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What does the Quran say about the Jesus?

What does the Quran say about the Jesus?

As in the Christian New Testament, the Quran (the central religious text of Islam) describes Jesus as the al-Masīḥ (Arabic for messiah), born of a virgin, performing miracles, accompanied by disciples, rejected by the Jewish establishment, and being raised to heaven.

What does the Quran talk about?

The Quranic content is concerned with basic Islamic beliefs including the existence of God and the resurrection. Narratives of the early prophets, ethical and legal subjects, historical events of Muhammad’s time, charity and prayer also appear in the Quran.

What religion looks up to Allah?

Islam
Followers of Islam are called Muslims. Muslims are monotheistic and worship one, all-knowing God, who in Arabic is known as Allah.

What are some of the core beliefs of Islam?

Core Islamic Beliefs: Six Articles of Faith. Belief in Revealed Books of God: Muslims believe that God revealed His wisdom and instructions through ‘books’ to some of the prophets like the Psalms, Torah, and the Gospel. Over time, however, the original teachings of these books got distorted or lost.

What did the Jews believe in the Koran?

The Koran expects the Jews to believe in the concrete Islamic message as represented in the Koran. While a minority of them did believe in Muhammad, most of them rejected him, and the koranic attack on them is shaped according to models encountered in the New Testament.

Where does the name Koran come from in Islam?

KORAN (Ar. Qur’ān ), the holy scripture of the Muslims. The name signifies “recital,” “recitation.” Islamic tradition holds that the Koran was sent down to *Muhammad with the angel Gabriel.

Why is the Koran so important to Muslims?

All Muslims revere the Koran with a reverence that borders on bibliolatry and superstition. “It is,” as Guillaume remarked, “the holy of holies. It must never rest beneath other books, but always on top of them, one must never drink or smoke when it is being read aloud, and it must be listened to in silence.

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