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glashberg October 23rd, 2013 4:28pm

From your current knowledge, does the Qur'an speak of Jesus? (Answer in comments)

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steelcity Pittsburgh
10/23/13 3:05 pm

Does it speak of him accurately? I don't know.

Torfin Never Behind
10/23/13 12:53 pm

he is considered a profit not the Savior

Skarface Banned
10/23/13 12:36 pm

Yes, several dozen times if I remember correctly.

susanr Colorado
10/23/13 10:10 am

Yes. I didn't know that until I had some conversations about religion with a Muslim coworker/friend.

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mikeey1962 on SOH where else
10/23/13 9:51 am

Yes it does, I have read the Qur'an, but I do not have the resources or someone who can explain it...

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MJSeals J.D.
10/23/13 9:32 am

The Quran speaks of him as a prophet, like Muhammad

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MJSeals J.D.
10/23/13 9:36 am

But they do not see him as a messiah

glashberg Wave when you flyover
10/23/13 9:39 am

I think in the sense that he is the one to return, they do. They don't view him as divine, but then again, some Christians throughout history have argued that he wasn't divine as well.

glashberg Wave when you flyover
10/23/13 9:30 am

It does. Quite a bit, it affirms his virgin birth and that he performed miracles. It denies that he died, via crucifixion or otherwise, stating that a just God would not let a "perfect messenger" die in such a way...

glashberg Wave when you flyover
10/23/13 9:30 am

But that his lack of death means that he is not done, and that he will be the one to return at end times and establish true Islam.