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Jesus Christ and Mary from Qur"anic-Islamic Perspective

Fundamental Principles for Dialogue between Islam and Christianity

by Dr. Ahmed Ginaidi

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Published by ibidem-Verlag .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity,
  • Comparative Religion,
  • Dr. Ahmed Ginaidi,
  • Religion / Comparative Religion,
  • Religion / General,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - World Religions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9015622M
    ISBN 103898215857
    ISBN 109783898215855

      Mary and Jesus (Peace be Upon them both) in the Qur'an. This is a direct recording of the Qur'an when Muslims are praying. The chapter being recited is .   Matthew is following the line of Joseph (Jesus’ legal father), through David’s son Solomon, while Luke is following the line of Mary (Jesus’ blood relative), through David’s son Nathan. Since there was no specific Koine Greek word for “son-in-law,” Joseph was called the “son of Heli” by marriage to Mary, Heli’s daughter.

    THE HOLY QUR'AN:MARY,JESUS,ZACKARIYA AND YAH' first made a single being or a single cell,then he made from it,it's mate,and then He produced from this a couple God has made a law to create generation from a couple,may it be inanimate being,or animate being,and you will never find any change in God"s polytheists. Listen in as Mary tells a 5-year-old Jesus the story of the events leading up to and following the very first Christmas. Intended to be read as a bedtime story over the course of four nights, Mary's First Christmas is a book to be cherished again and again, ideally read the four nights preceding Christmas/5(29).

      The book will take you back in time and narrate Islamic viewpoints on the day of the crucifixion, the story of disciples of Jesus, Mary,Jesus's disciples and more - all from an Islamic standpoint. You will come to know about the Quranic verses that are specifically addressed to Christians about some of the claims of Christianity, Jesus, and : CreateSpace Publishing.   Superficially at least, Jesus Christ Superstar contains many elements of the biblical narrative: Jesus has disciples, and He teaches. The priests Caiaphas and Annas, out of jealousy and fear, foment a plot to destroy Jesus. Mary Magdalene and .


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Jesus Christ and Mary from Qur"anic-Islamic Perspective by Dr. Ahmed Ginaidi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Islam is the only religion after Christ which recognizes in Jesus not only the Word of God, but also sees in Jesus a sign of God`s love and mercy.

The following verse is a witness to the importance of the Jewish and the Christian belief from the Islamic : Ahmed Ginaidi. Jesus Christ and Mary from Qur'anic-Islamic Perspective. Fundamental Principles for Dialogue Between Islam and Christianity book. Read reviews from world 2/5(1). Jesus Christ and Mary from Qur'anic-Islamic Perspective: Fundamental Principles for Dialogue between Islam and Christianity.

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Jesus Christ and Mary from Qur'anic-Islamic perspective: fundamental principles for dialogue between Islam and Christianity. [Ahmed Ginaidi]. In ve God states: “Having a son is not attributable to God, who is beyond that, and when having determined something merely says to it, ‘Be,’ and it is.” Islam, through the Quran and the teachings of Prophet Mohammed, rejects the Christian belief that Jesus Christ is the son of.

Jesus Christ and Virgin Mary in the Holy Qur'an By: Dr. Syed H. Akhtar Austin, Texas The Qur’an is a source of knowledge about the Prophet Jesus and his mother Virgin Mary, peace be upon them, that is not generally known to those who follow the Christian faith.

M any Muslim writers when writing about Jesus (a.s.) inevitably deal with him in negative terminology (as in ‘he is not the son of God’). Muslims and Christians have spent a good deal of time debating these aspects of Jesus always using Christian theology as a starting point.

Due to this the Christian community does not know how Christ is perceived in purely Islamic terms. Throughout the book Matthew shows that Jesus is the Christ,the Messiah.

The Gospel of Mark was written to the Roman/Gentile mind and focuses on the deity and mission of Christ. Mark records more of Jesus’ miracles than sermons. The Gospel of Luke was written to Theophilus and was intended to establish him in the Christian faith. Perhaps in some kind of mental illness or self-destructive behavior.

As mentioned in Lesson 21 () above, later writings conflated the sinful woman that anointed Jesus feet in Lukewith Mary of Bethany and Mary Magdalene. But nowhere are we told that Mary Magdalene was a sinful woman. Mary is single. We are not told anything about. The Christians.

(They are) the community of the Christ, Jesus, son of Mary (peace upon him). He is who was truly sent (as prophet; mab'uth) after Moses (peace upon him), and who was announced in the Torah. To him were (granted) manifest signs and notable evidences, such as the reviving of the dead and the curing of the blind and the : c.

4 BC, Bethlehem, Judea, Roman Empire. Mother of God: Mary, as the mother of Jesus, is the Theotokos (God-bearer), or Mother of God. Virgin birth of Jesus: Mary conceived Jesus by action of the Holy Spirit while remaining a virgin. Perpetual Virginity: Mary remained a virgin all her life, even after the act of giving birth to : day unknown; traditionally celebrated September 8.

This document is from the perspective of what the Bible has to teach regarding the rightful place, and call God had upon Mary’s life; the Mary who bore Jesus into the world when conceived in her womb by the Holy Spirit (Matthew ). The Bible makes it very clear that God called Mary as a vehicle for Jesus Christ to beFile Size: 55KB.

Jesus Christ and Mary from Qur'anic-Islamic Perspective The necessity of a religious dialogue between Christians and Muslims these days has come to mind very often for a lot of reasons – especially in the process of globalization. What happened on Septem and its consequences have reinforced the necessity.

Popular manuals of theology and scholarly theological tracts have long disseminated the message that the Scotistic perspective relative to the primacy and predestination of Christ and Mary is endorsed only by Franciscans "and a few others," whereas, in actuality, the Thomistic perspective is the only one based on Revelation and adopted by the vast majority of theologians.

From God’s perspective of why God chose Mary to bring Jesus into the world. We understand that she was obedient to God, she was humble, but I often, lets face it, I always thought of Mary as lowly in confidence, and did not see her as a strong woman, but God revealed to me this season, that Mary had great strength.

Jesus or Isa in Arabic (peace be upon him) is of great significance in both Islam and Christianity. However, there are differences in terms of beliefs about the nature and life occurrences of Jesus.

There are about 71 verses in the Quran that refer to Prophet Jesus. Following is a translation and explanation of Chapter 3 verses 44 thru 60 by. As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. The only content we will consider removing is spam, slanderous attacks on other members, or extremely offensive content (eg.

pornography, pro-Nazi, child abuse, etc). We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or for being critical of a book.

A new book, The Lost Gospel, has claimed there was an unknown plot on Jesus's life when he was 20 and an assassination attempt on Mary and their two children.

Of course, Christian theology also sees Christ as ‘fully human’ and ‘fully divine,’ and the Quranic view of Jesus as fully human is consistent with certain verses of the New Testament, such as Luke and Philippianswhich stress Jesus’.

Mary, also called St. Mary or the Virgin Mary, (flourished beginning of the Christian era), the mother of Jesus, venerated in the Christian church since the apostolic age and a favourite subject in Western art, music, and literature.

Mary is known from biblical references, which are, however, too sparse to construct a coherent biography. Christ goes up with Mary and Joseph to Jerusalem for the Passover. There, He’s missing, separated from them, for three days. But this seeming catastrophe is actually a result of Christ’s need to be about His Father’s business (cf.

Luke ), and after three days (Lk. ), Mary is. The father of this child in Mary’s womb was not some illicit lover, nor was it Joseph; the paternity was accomplished through the supernatural activity of the Holy Spirit.

In the Apostles’ Creed we recite, “Jesus Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary”.What does it mean for Jesus to be "Christ"? Richard Rohr, one of the world's most influential spiritual thinkers, delivers his long-awaited book on Jesus. In this radical message of hope, Rohr shows how "Jesus" + "Christ" reveal the divine wholeness at the heart of .