Category Archives: I Love JC

The Last Supper

The Ma’idah is the table that has food on it. The disciples asked Jesus (Alayhis Salam – peace be upon him) to supplicate to Allah ﷻ to send a table of food down to them that they could eat from it every day … Continue reading

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Spelled it out clear

After this conversation had been going for forty minutes, he asked me a few simple questions and they stuck in my head until this day; he said: “So you believe that Jesus is God?” I said, “Yes.” He said: “And … Continue reading

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Son of Mary

Jesus Christ is Eesa Ibn Maryam in Islam. He was born in Bayt Laham (Bethlehem), and his mother was Maryam Bint Imran (Mary daughter of Imran). He was born miraculously, with the Word of God “KUN” FAYAKUN (“BE” AND IT IS) and he became … Continue reading

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Jesus taught the same message

عيسى عليه السلام في القرآن JESUS (on whom be peace) IN THE GLORIOUS QUR’AN The Qur’an tells us a lot of wonderful things about Jesus. As a result, believers in the Qur’an love Jesus, honor him and believe in him. … Continue reading

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Why Jesus is not god?

The Bible, both the Old Testament and the New Testament categorically say that God is one and ONE ONLY. You may retort: “No, He is one in three; God is three persons in one God, and Jesus is one of … Continue reading

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Is Jesus divine?

A question from a non-Muslim: Does not your Qur’an mention that Jesus is Kalimatullah as well as Ruhullah indicating his Divinity? JESUS (peace be upon him) IS KALIMATULLAH MEANING “A WORD FROM ALLAH” NOT “THE WORD OF ALLAH” “(Remember) when the … Continue reading

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The meaning of “Son of God”

The meaning of the term “Son of God” in the Old and New Testament. Son of God, son of David, or son of Man? Jesus is identified as “son of David” 14 times in the New Testament, starting with the very … Continue reading

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