Jesus is also God of the Qur’an!

Jesus is also God of the Qur’an!

Godwin talks to a Muslim about how Jesus in the Qur’an creates just like Allah does (Sura 3:49). What does that make Jesus?

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4 thoughts on “Jesus is also God of the Qur’an!”

  1. If the story of Jesus making birds from clay was not stolen from old fables that were deliberaely rejected by the Christian church as scripture, Muslims would not have to explain this. These stories were around hundreds of years before Muhammed and therefore were not sent down by Allah. It has been a long time since I read them but it seems that I remember Jesus abusing his alleged power in the later portions of the partially plagerized text. There is a lot of plagerized material in the Qur’an that pre-existed the compilation of the Qur’an. If the Qur’an got the same scrutiny for its plagerized content as the Bible has suffered for having stories about a great flood that are similar in other cultures, the population of Muslims would shrink, in spite of the increase due to birthrate.

  2. “Danny Newton says: If the story of Jesus making birds from clay was not stolen from old fables that were deliberaely rejected by the Christian church as scripture, Muslims would not have to explain this.”

    It’s not stolen, man. Learn it first, your knowledge is still so low, below standard.
    Three Arab Priests from Yemen used the Arabic Infancy Gospels when debating about Jesus’ divinity with Prophet Muhammad.

    “These stories were around hundreds of years before Muhammed and therefore were not sent down by Allah.”

    Infancy Gospel was used by Arab Christians in Yemen, okay? It is not written by a Moslem scribe.

    “It has been a long time since I read them but it seems that I remember Jesus abusing his alleged power in the later portions of the partially plagerized text.”

    Are you ashamed of an underage child’s abuse of power?
    Jesus in a form of angel even further uses a more deadly abuse of power when killing the Assyrians.

    “There is a lot of plagerized material in the Qur’an that pre-existed the compilation of the Qur’an.”

    How about the story of Noah that came firstly from Babylonian Gilgamesh too?
    Certain Psalms came from older Egyptian hymns to idols.
    Jesus uses a Greek mythology of Hades to describe torment in Hell for souls of dead men.

    “If the Qur’an got the same scrutiny for its plagerized content as the Bible has suffered for having stories about a great flood that are similar in other cultures, the population of Muslims would shrink, in spite of the increase due to birthrate.”

    Too stupid to summarize that. You are too emotional that further blinded your mind and heart.

    1. [email protected] : I concede that your knowledge is more vast than my own however what is being discussed is the probability that the Qur’an is a fabrication mixed up with borrowed fables. I still claim enough knowledge to make that judgement and additional knowledge is probably not going to change that. After all, if your check book is overdrawn, taking a course in trigonometry or calculus is not going to fix that.
      What you call ” an underaged child’s abuse of power” is probably why the story was rejected as a fable or fabrication designed to entertain the less learned. As I remember it , Jesus cursed a playmate and caused him to become paralyzed. This action is at odds with the character of Jesus as the Christian usually understands it. It is probably why the fable was rejected as scripture. The Bible teaches that Jesus laid down his God-like qualities to walk and be among men. Speaking as an infant would require god-like qualities. There are a few , but rare examples of God-like capabilities later in his adult life that are accepted. His miracles benefitted other people, not himself, and that is why he used no power to avoid his execution.

      I believe that God, either as the Trinity or as God, the Father can not murder anyone. It is murder for man to kill another man because we, individually, have no rightful power over that life or ability to restore or extinguish a life. The Assyrians were not murdered, nor were the other numerous groups mentioned in the Bible. The Assyrians were under the wrath of God for worshiping idols. I am not embarrassed about God causing people who practiced child sacrifice for hundreds of years finally being punished with capital punishment. As for the donkeys etc. I think this was done to show that the Israelites were not dependent on slaves, children or donkeys for their well being. Death by sword would be much preferable to being burned in the arms of Molech.

      I am always perplexed by Muslims who think that Allah and the Judeo Christian God are different. This is a convenient concept when trying to make the case that Allah is superior to God Almighty. It seems that Muhammed thought that they were the same and in his trip or Night Journey seems to reinforce the idea that he was the next in a long line of Jewish prophets. For some reason, Alexander the Great was not mentioned or seen. Alexander must have been on holiday. But to be fair, it seems that the mention of Alexander the Great as a prophet came chronologically after the Night Journey.

  3. “Danny Newton says: I concede that your knowledge is more vast than my own however what is being discussed is the probability that the Qur’an is a fabrication mixed up with borrowed fables. I still claim enough knowledge to make that judgement and additional knowledge is probably not going to change that. After all, if your check book is overdrawn, taking a course in trigonometry or calculus is not going to fix that.”

    Fables cease from being fable when God adopts it:
    – Daniel has story of lycanthrophy (Nebuchadnezzar transforms to beast).
    – David sees hellhounds in Psalms 18:5.
    – Job narrates a story of mythological Leviathans (fire-breathing dragons).
    – Isaiah tells a mythological Rahab.
    – Proverb has a myth of vampire-like leech.
    – Lev 21:20 mentions the species of leprechauns or dwarfs.

    “What you call ” an underaged child’s abuse of power” is probably why the story was rejected as a fable or fabrication designed to entertain the less learned. As I remember it , Jesus cursed a playmate and caused him to become paralyzed. This action is at odds with the character of Jesus as the Christian usually understands it. It is probably why the fable was rejected as scripture.”

    Do you really ever read the Infancy Gospel?
    I am not supposed to teach you about the literalism in the Bible, but there’s no indication whatsoever for Jesus to kill a boy in the Infancy Gospel, at most he just happened to stop his friend from playing a known child’s game with him, by saying “stop thy course”.

    “The Bible teaches that Jesus laid down his God-like qualities to walk and be among men. Speaking as an infant would require god-like qualities. There are a few , but rare examples of God-like capabilities later in his adult life that are accepted. His miracles benefitted other people, not himself, and that is why he used no power to avoid his execution.”

    Benefited? I don’t see any “sense of humanity” at all when Jesus intentionally refused to visit Lazarus, he abandoned him, so that he died in painful sickness.
    I don’t see any “sense of humanity” at all when Jesus intentionally watches Stephen to get stoned and lynched by Jews, at time when ironically he stands in the presence of God who just sits beside him.
    How embarrassing.

    “I believe that God, either as the Trinity or as God, the Father can not murder anyone. It is murder for man to kill another man because we, individually, have no rightful power over that life or ability to restore or extinguish a life. The Assyrians were not murdered, nor were the other numerous groups mentioned in the Bible. The Assyrians were under the wrath of God for worshiping idols. I am not embarrassed about God causing people who practiced child sacrifice for hundreds of years finally being punished with capital punishment.”

    Read Acts 5.
    Acts 5
    4 Whiles it remained, was it not thine own? and after it was sold, was it not in thine own power? why hast thou conceived this thing in thine heart? thou hast not lied unto men, but unto God.5 And Ananias hearing these words fell down, and gave up the ghost: and great fear came on all them that heard these things.10 Then fell she down straightway at his feet, and yielded up the ghost: and the young men came in, and found her dead, and, carrying her forth, buried her by her husband.

    “I am always perplexed by Muslims who think that Allah and the Judeo Christian God are different. This is a convenient concept when trying to make the case that Allah is superior to God Almighty. It seems that Muhammed thought that they were the same and in his trip or Night Journey seems to reinforce the idea that he was the next in a long line of Jewish prophets. For some reason, Alexander the Great was not mentioned or seen. Alexander must have been on holiday. But to be fair, it seems that the mention of Alexander the Great as a prophet came chronologically after the Night Journey.”

    We Moslems have oftentimes dealt with a silly Hypocrisy of ignorant Christians who use Josephus for claiming historicity of Jesus, but suddenly a same Josephus gets accused of being a stupid liar of tale-teller when he mentions “conversion” of Alexander to Monotheism:
    Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews, Book 11, chap. 8, sec. 5.
    When asked by one of his generals why he welcomed this group, Alexander replied: I did not adore him, but that God who hath honoured him with his high priesthood; for I saw this very person in a dream, in this very habit [garment], when I was at Dios in Macedonia, who, when I was considering with myself how I might obtain the dominion of Asia, exhorted me to make no delay, but boldly to pass over the sea thither, for that he would conduct my army, and would give me the dominion over the Persians; whence it is, that having seen no other in that habit, and now seeing this person in it, and remembering that vision, and the exhortation which I had in my dream, I believe that I bring this army under the divine conduct, and shall therewith conquer Darius, and destroy the power of the Persians, and that all things will succeed according to what is in my own mind.

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