Christianity (Part 1)

Hadrat Îsâ (Jesus ['alaihi 's-salâm]) is a human being like us who was born from a virgin woman named Mary (Maryam). This fact is clearly narrated in the Qur'ân al-kerîm, which also refers to the Rûh-ul-Quds (the Holy Ghost). But, contrary to what Christians think, its meaning is not that Hadrat Îsâ (Jesus) is the son of God. The term Rûh-ul-Quds symbolizes the fact that Allâhu ta'âlâ has given "the Power of Exalted Savior" to Hadrat Îsâ. Îsâ ('alaihi 's-salâm) tried to convince the Jews that they were in aberration and that the right way was the one shown by him. But, the Jews maintained the presumption that the savior they had been expecting would be a very severe, harsh, fierce, and unyielding person. They did not believe in Hadrat 'Îsâ. Thinking he was a fake prophet, they provoked the Romans against him, and, as they believed, had him crucified. [The Islamic religion states that the person crucified was not Jesus, but he was Asharyut Yahuda (Judas), who had sold Jesus to the Romans for a small sum of money.] Recent studies done by Christian scholars have shown that Jesus was alive when he was taken down from the cross

Therefore, Christian historians are on their way to rendering devastating blows against the church. The Jews expected the true Messiah (Mesîh) to come soon. But, as stated by a famous Jewish historian scholar: "We have been waiting for two thousand years, but still no savior has come. It seems that Hadrat 'Îsâ was the true Messiah. We did not appreciate him, and we caused that great prophet, who had come as our savior, to be crucified."

A book entitled the Injil was revealed to Hadrat Îsâ. But the Jews eradicated the book within eighty years. The Holy Bible which appeared later and is now considered the Christians' holy book sent by Allâhu ta'âlâ consists of two parts. The "Old Testament" contains the dispensations of Prophets that had appeared before Hadrat Îsâ, particularly the Mosaic dispensation.