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M al Content, a few questions for you..

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Submitted by Anonymous (Sweden), Mar 14, 2006 at 11:39

(M al-content said: You may say that Muslims respect the prophet Jesus, and that Christians should return the compliment, but the prophet Jesus you respect is not their Jesus, who claimed to be infinitely more than a prophet)

I did not know that there were two prophets by the name Jesus. What is the different between Christian Jesus and and the Jesus who Muslims thinks is their prophet? You believe that Jesus was the son of God. But we believe that he was only a Prophet, a human being like Muhammad- but not God himself. We believe in oneness of God. God is the absolute power, God is neither man nor a woman. God created eveything but God did never give birth to any human being.

And Jews also believe in oneness of God. They also believe that God cannot give birth to children.
(For comparative studies, please see:

You said that you won't respect Muhammad despite the fact that Muslims respect Jesus. Do you respect Moses, prophet of the Jews? Now do the Jews respect Jesus? Do the Jews draw defamatory caricatures of Jesus, and insult Christianity?

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