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Jesus in christianity

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Submitted by Samer Sukhun (United Arab Emirates), Apr 30, 2008 at 10:34

jesus as the christian claim is part of trinity - the father, the son and the holy ghost - and they are all one

in other words the son can be father, the father can be son, the holy ghost can be ....... 9 Probabilities

that can't be, there is only one God who created everything including jesus and the holy ghost.

jesus was human, who suffered like we suffered, he ate like we eat, he went to toilet and bathed like we do. his exception is he was born miraculously, he is a prophet and he made miracles by the will of God. not by his own accord. Mohammad too had earthly miracles apart from the existing Quran, like jesus, moses ..... and many others had, all these miracles they were able to make by the assistance of God

when jesus was put on the cross (according to christians) because we don't believe he was crusified.

He said (and this is written in the bible) "God why have you left me"

if it was jesus who voluntarily went to the cross (claimed by the christians to bear the punishment for their sins) - then i don't understand his remarks

if it was someone else then I do understand his remarks.

Quran today is exactly the same as it was when descended on mohammad


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