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Ascension and Resurrection of Jesus

Ascension and Resurrection of Jesus

Though Muslims and Christians agree on Ascension, Christians believe Resurrection happened after Crucifixion, but Muslims believe he was not crucified ...

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Jesus as the Servant, Messenger and Prophet of God

Jesus as the Servant, Messenger and Prophet of God

Who is Jesus in Christianity and Islam? Is Jesus God, Son of God or both God and Son of God? Is Jesus really the servant, messenger and prophet of God? ...

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Dialogue with the Cross

Dialogue with the Cross

Since the cross is the symbol of Christianity, we had dialogue with it and ask it some questions which confused us and to which we have not got an answer ...

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Moderateness between Islam and Christianity

Moderateness between Islam and Christianity

Islam commands moderateness and prohibits exaggerated praise of Prophet Muhammad, just as it prohibits exaggerated praise of the other prophets and messengers ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>Who is Jesus according to Jesus?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>Is Jesus the Son of God?</span></p>

Who is Jesus according to Jesus?
Is Jesus the Son of God?

Jesus is not the son of God literally but metaphorically given that there are so many people are given this description in the Bible, especially the New Testament ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>Who is Jesus according to Jesus?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>Is Jesus the Word of God?</span></p>

Who is Jesus according to Jesus?
Is Jesus the Word of God?

Jesus is the “Word of God” for he was created by a word from God “Be” and used to speak the words of God, but he is not the “Son of God” in a literal sense ...

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Merits of Jesus in Islam

Merits of Jesus in Islam

Muslims share with Christians reverence and esteem of Jesus, with a reservation that he was neither a god nor demigod. ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>Terms of Lordship and Godhood in the Qur’an and the Bible<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>Between Literalism and Metaphor</span></p>

Terms of Lordship and Godhood in the Qur’an and the Bible
Between Literalism and Metaphor

In many cases, the usage of the terms of lordship and godhood in the Holy Scriptures is not intended as a literal but metaphorical usage ...

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Is Jesus Worthy of Worship?

Is Jesus Worthy of Worship?

Jesus cannot be God. God cannot worship or pray to God. To worship or pray to someone else implies that you need this one as your sustainer, and guardian ...

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Who is the Father of Jesus?

Who is the Father of Jesus?

Being fatherless in Islam, Jesus is often referred to in the Islamic scriptures as “the son of Mary”. Jesus is mentioned in the Qur`an about 35 times. He is called “Jesus, the son ...

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Quran Translations