A Muslem Who Loves Jesus

Arabian Roses blog posted this today:

We ,muslims are required  to believe in all prophets and believing in them is one of the pillars of our islam and surrender to Allah’s will and among them is Jesus. We love Jesus or Isa .He was the messenger of Allah to guide children of Israel  that’s why Quoran glorifies him :
“…who shall become known as the Christ Jesus, son of Mary, of great honor in this world and in the life to come, and [shall be] of those who are drawn near unto God.” (Quran 3:45).


Let there be peace in the name of Jesus

Obviously the above falls short of recognizing Christ Jesus’ divinity, but it also is a far cry from proclaimimg Christians as infidels and tools of Satan like we hear from fanatical Islam.  I will even go so far as to say that the above passage and others like it in the Quran, are invitations to inter-faith dialogue. In the name of Jesus, Christians and Muslems can join together to pray for peace.  Let the Peace of Jesus reign in  place of the hatred and lies which originate only with the adversary no matter who spews them forth.

In Jesus’ Name,

5 thoughts on “A Muslem Who Loves Jesus

  1. When you read the Islam’s holy book you will note that there are at least 30 instances where it says it is OK to read the Bible. Even Mohammad was told to ask the people of the book when he did not understand something. The problem lies in the fact that the average Muslim does not hear that permission. So sad. Muslim around the globe are turning to Christ through the message as laid out in the book “the Camel”.


  2. Good points about the common ground. Many Muslims know as little about the Koran as many Christians know about the Bible. I read a good book put out by Stand to Reason about Islam, and how instead of attacking the errors of the Koran we can focus on what the Koran says about the Bible, and then get them to read the Bible.

    It isn’t hard to show how the Bible hasn’t been changed over the years as Islam now claims, so that should make authentic seekers re-think their views about the Koran and Islam.


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