View Larger Image By Dr. Ishmael and Isaac were both brothers and they were the children of Prophet Abraham.
He was condemned by the Jewish people primarily because he was leading people to Him. He was crucified on a Cross thus fulfilling the prophecy concerning Him.
Did he conquer the biggest obstacle - physical death? No, his bones are in India.
Body buried at Medina Medinah in Saudi Arabia. Yes, raised Himself from death after 3 days and then spoke and appeared to people over 40 days — he also spoke with over people.
His Destination after Physical Death? Unknown, Body was cremated, the remains are in London. He believed there was nothing that we just cease.
Believed he went to Parinirvana, a place that cannot be explained, as it is outside of all conceivable experience. Parinirvana is a state of impersonal nothingness. His soul is believed to be in Barzakh, some have said Heaven. Barzakh is not Heaven but a kind of "cold sleep" where the soul will rest until the Qiyamah Judgement Day.
He will return to earth to reign after the 1, years of Christ. How do we know his after life? Based on their Words are they around today? He said so — there is nothing. He said he would go to this place, also said destination is unknown.
People have also seen him in Barzakh in their dreams. These are the same people who turned to run from Jesus when He was persecuted, but when they saw Jesus was resurrected and ascended into heaven, they willingly gave their lives to teach about Jesus as Messiah the only way to God — even to the point of death.
Anything he left them when he died? His Thesis and notes His teachings. Theologically His Blood to bring them into a position to be able to call on God as Father and his Body to sustain them, give them a sense of meaning as they tell others about Him and Holy Spirit to teach them, comfort them and help them.
Unknown — no need to answer such questions. The Creator the One who needs none and whom all are in need of.
Self as a god. Actually crusaded against God whom he considered an obstacle to human intelligence and maturity. There is no God or personal God, but a system of fitting in which we are all part of. We are God collectively.Jesus and Muhammad: (the Comparative Character).
Essay Mustapha J. Gidado A Pavel Ushakov PHI_ Research Paper JESUS AND MUHAMMAD: (The comparative character). In the history of world, religion has always played a vital role in the lives of humans. Even in the olden ages, people used to worship idols and refer them as their gods.
Known as the sacred scriptures of the three “Abrahamic Faiths”, the Torah, the Bible, and the Quran are all universally linked, but how? Revealed from the One God of Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad, the Quran is the culmination of revelation as prophesied in the preceding two books.
Jesus vs Muhammad Here is a clear Jesus vs Muhammad comparison. While it would be simpler to declare that there is no comparison between Jesus and Muhammad, in many ways, as shown below, Jesus was the antithesis of Muhammad, or Muhammad the antithesis of Jesus.
The Islamic Jesus’ character is not different from the Islamic Muhammad (it could be different from the historical Muhammad). The Christian Jesus’ character is different from the Islamic Muhammad’s character.
How was Jesus (in terms of character) different than Muhammad? a comparative view of jesus in islam and Muslim-Christian Dialog. A comparison of the Islamic and Christian views of Jesus.
The person of Jesus or Isa in Arabic (peace be upon him) is of great significance in both Islam and Christianity. Thus, believing in Prophets Adam, Jesus, Moses, and Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon them) is a.
As we study these 10 characteristics of Jesus Christ and try to develop them in ourselves, we can know that Jesus Christ is the way to true happiness and joy.
Faithful To be faithful is to hope for and act on things which are not seen, which are true (see Alma ).