An Islamic account of Jesus whom muslims refer to as Isa (Peace be upon him). A multitude of Christians find themselves confused by the contradictory accounts of Jesus in the bible, was he the “Son” of God or the “Servant”, did he die for the sins of manking or was he raised and will he return.
The truth about this great personality and Prophet of God is clear in Islam and by examining the verses of Bible and Quran together doubts are removed. This booklet will serve to clear those doubts and allow the reader to know the truth about Hazrat Isa (Alaihissalaam – Peace be upon him)
A must read for every christian and muslim who is faced with doubts or wants to know the truth about Jesus (peace be upon him).
Jesus never called himself ‘Son of God’ ; but he used to call himself the ‘Son of Man’ (ref. Mark 2:10) although he heard himself being called by that name he did not Object-as assumed in the Bible-and did not consider the title exclusively for him.
According to the Biblical term in the Old and New Testaments, every God-fearing righteous person is called ‘Son of God’. Thus in Matthew 5/9 we read: “Blessed are the peace-makers, for they shall be called the children of God” ; and Matthew 5/45: “That ye may be children of your Father which is in heaven ….”
“I have yet many things to say you but you cannot bear them now. How be it when he, the Spirit of Truth, Will come, he Will guide you into all truth, for he shall speak of himself, but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak, and he will show you things to come. He shall glorify me, for he shall receive of mine. and he shall show it unto you.” (John 16-12/14) and “A little while and you shall not see me: and again a little while, you shall see me, because I go to the Father.” (John 16: 16).
Ulama have said that the person who is described by Jesus to come after him -in the above verse- does not comply With any other person but Muhammad (S.A.W.), the Rasool of Allaah. This ‘person’
whom Jesus prophecised will come after him, is called in the Bible ‘Pargaleeta’. This word was deleted by later interpreters and translators and changed at times to ‘Spirit of Truth: and at other times, to ‘comforter’ and sometimes to ‘Holy Spirit’. The original word is Greek and its meaning is ‘one whom people praise exceedingly’. The sense of the word is applicable to the word Muhammad in Arabic.
This book is available in the Kindle store here: Jesus (PBUH), The Truth Revealed