From this basis, reflected upon all previous prophets through the lens of Muslim identity, Jesus is considered no more than a messenger repeating a repetitive message of the ages. Jesus is not traditionally perceived as divine, yet Muslim ideology is careful not to view Jesus as less than this, for in doing so would be sacrilegious and similar to rejecting a recognized Islamic prophet. The miracles of Jesus and the Quranic titles attributed to Jesus demonstrate the power of God rather than the divinity of Jesus — the same power behind the message of all prophets.
From the Hadith of Abu Dawud, "Buraidah said: She returned and on the next day she came to him again, and said: I swear by Allah, I am pregnant. She then returned and came to him the next day. He said to her: When she gave birth to the child she brought the child to him, and said: I have given birth to it.
The boy was then given to a certain man of the Muslims and he the prophet commanded regarding her. So a pit was dug for her, and he gave orders about her and she was stoned to death.
Khalid was one of those who were throwing stones at her. He threw a stone at her. When a drop of blood fell on his cheek, he abused her.
The prophet said to him: By Him in Whose hand my soul is, she has repented to such an extent that if one who wrongfully takes an extra tax were to repent to a like extent, he would be forgiven".
Then giving command regarding her, prayed over her and she was buried. When Jesus dealt with the adulterous woman, He did not condemn her.
He commanded her to go and sin no more. He gave her a chance for redemption — the very model of mercy. How many people have started out down the wrong street, but years later were able to turn their lives around?
Not only in that, but they have been able to help others turn their lives around as well? Jesus offered this chance to the woman. Under the law, the Jews could have stoned the woman to death, but Christ's love and compassion was much greater.
At first, he tried to dismiss the adulterous woman. She confessed her sin to him, but he refused to hear her and deal with it.Jesus and Muhammad, Islam and Christianity: A Side-by-Side Comparison. It is not the purpose of this site to promote any particular religion, including Christianity.
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.
by Matt Slick 12/12/ Following is a chart that shows some of the strong differences between Jesus and Mohammed. The Muslims revere Mohammed as the greatest of prophets, yet Jesus clearly demonstrated greater authority, teaching, and miracles than Mohammed ever did.
The Call of Muhammad and Jesus. Muhammad and Jesus lived remarkable yet radically different lives. Muhammad was born in AD His family was part of the Quraysh tribe, which oversaw the Mecca temple where the deities of Arabia were worshipped.
His father died when he was very young, and his mother died when he was six. This means, Jesus has both a human and a divine nature existing in one body of Jesus is the incarnation of God into man.
Nevertheless, due to the loose meaning of the word, it is necessary to define the nature of the incarnation. JESUS: In Luke , 55 Jesus rebuked His disciples when they wanted to destroy a town that rejected Him. Also, in Luke , Jesus' disciples started to fight against those that came to arrest Jesus, He stopped them, and healed a man injured in the fight.