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Jan
27
comment Was Bible Revealed to Jesus? (Christian Perspective)
I think the answer to my question is, "It was not revealed to Jesus". Someone else wrote it after Jesus Christ death is another story. Even if it is considered divine scripture, it still was not revealed to Jesus. That's what my question is.
Jan
27
comment Was Bible Revealed to Jesus? (Christian Perspective)
So Bible is Divine book but it did not exist at the time of Jesus and Jesus has nothing to do with it. It was only written after jesus death by other people through divine inspiration. If you can clarify that part, it is good enough for me. This would mean by Islamic standard this is not really a divine book and in fact proves my point that Bible did not exists at the time of Jesus. In otherwise, if I ask Jesus, what does this verse mean in the Bible. He would answer, "what Bible"?
Jan
26
comment Was Bible Revealed to Jesus? (Christian Perspective)
@JayarathinaMadharasan I have fixed the question. Thanks for point out the problem.
Dec
3
comment Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible?
@AffableGeek there is no doubt Islam uses Christianity and Judaism to prove itself. I know that already. What I really wanted to know, who the knowledge of Bible go to Muhammad. I thought christian would have already established that chain because they consider him a false prophet.
Dec
1
comment Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible?
@H3br3wHamm3r81 your comments is basically a good speculation. By detail answer, I meant, they have sources that proves it was was indeed the case. Anyways not into arguments.
Dec
1
comment Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible?
@H3br3wHamm3r81 I did not get a detail answer here, which I was hoping for. I do not think he was completely illiterate. This is what Muslims are told. I am sure he could read quran and even write. But he likely learned most of other religions by traveling and from his wife cousin. Although there is no direct proof of it. Anyways I thought christian would have a better perspective on this.
Nov
26
comment Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible?
Accepting this answer as the closest best but the question is still really open.
Nov
18
comment Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible?
Quran 11:42 And it sailed with them through waves like mountains. Quran definitely talks about huge ways. Who said it was local flood? Muslim also believe the whole world was destroyed in Noah flood. He collected different cattles and species in that ship just like the bible says. We really consider Noah as second Adam.
Nov
18
comment Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible?
@MarcGravell the reality is the flood is considered global in Islam (Muslims perhaps tried to reformed it but not really). Quran 11:44 The Ark rested on Mount Judi, it can only sit on the mount if it was a global flood. So this is exact copy of Bible. No alteration in this case.
Nov
18
comment Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible?
But I would like to know some solid reasoning. Speculation is one thing that anyone can make.
Oct
10
comment What is God's shape or form?
@AffableGeek one should allow religion to be scrutinized by anyone. This question was asked from Athiest point of view and most importantly I wanted to compare Christianities concept with that of Islam, what was borrowed and what was not borrowed. To me this is a very valid question and can be /should be asked from any faith, not just Christians. I hope it is not too weird one. But if someone wants to prove God by defining his shape, then this is definitely a weird question :)
Oct
3
comment Does Christianity have any other books besides the Bible that the disciples use for following?
@PeterTurner I meant something that is considered holy that is not divine but adds to bible, narrates stories about Jesus Christ and can be used to strengthen knowledge and faith.
Oct
3
comment Does Christianity have any other books besides the Bible that the disciples use for following?
@JonEricson can you give me any link via google that answers my question?
Oct
3
comment Does Christianity have any other books besides the Bible that the disciples use for following?
@JonEricson I mentioned Quran and Hadith as comparison. I am not looking for publication. Something that was written along side Bible or in those times which can be used for learning about Christianity and is considered holy.
Oct
3
comment Does Christianity have any other books besides the Bible that the disciples use for following?
@Narnian that is what my question is about
Oct
3
comment Does Christianity have any other books besides the Bible that the disciples use for following?
I have no idea, this is a question.
Oct
3
comment Does Christianity have any other books besides the Bible that the disciples use for following?
No I am not talking about any recent book, I have seen watchtower :) I am specifically asking about a book that was written some 1500 years ago or so that is considered authentic and is considered a holy book, preferably by all brands of Christianity.
Sep
12
comment Is there a concept of Christian State in Christianity?
You answer is more correct but there is strong conception or misconception here that in Christianity church and government is separate. I am glad a lot of people agree with this answer. If they were different, probably divine laws would have never come in bible. I think it probably is just a modern concept that they are different.
Jul
29
comment Are biblical laws suppose to be part of Government?
"Christian Govt" is like "Islamic Govt" where laws of God which were created for the people, should be implemented on the people. These laws were not there to tell a story or to divert our attention to something meaningless. These were commandments of God. Assume if Jesus became the king, he would build a secular Govt? @MonikaMichael , I do not agree this is a dup of what you pointed out.
Jul
28
comment Is there punishment for sinner in christianity?
@JBunyan I know GW bush never cut anyone's punishment, on the other hand other people cut punishment heavily on religious basis. My question is strictly about christianity and not other people. The belief that we are sinner in a popular one in Christianity and Jesus Christ himself choose not to punish the adulterer. Hence my question.