• Do Muslims believe in Jesus Christ?

    Really and truly I think that Muslims believe in Jesus christ. Times have changed and all people that call themselve a true christian believe less in Jesus than Muslims do. So my answer to you is yes Muslims believe in Jesus. ~LaTasha (a Christian)Answer A Yes, Muslims believe in Jesus as a human being only. Muslims believe in Jesus as one of the five greatest prophets. The other four are: Noah, Abraham, Moses, and Muhammad. They don’t believe in Jesus as God or son of god. In the Quran, there is a complete chapter titled ‘Maryam’ (Mary) that confirms Maryam virgin birth. The Quran states the following on the birth of Jesus (peace be upon him): (Remember) when the angels said, “O Mary, God gives you good news of a word from Him (God), whose name is the Messiah Jesus, son of Mary, revered in this world and the Hereafter, and one of those brought near (to God). He will speak to the people from his cradle and as a man, and he is of the righteous.” She said, “My Lord, how can I have a child when no mortal has touched me?” He said, “So (it will be). God creates what He wills. If He decrees a thing, He says to it only, ‘Be!’ and it is.” (Quran, 3:45-47) Jesus was born as miracle by the word and command of God “be” then “it is”. This command is, as said in Quran, the same command that had brought Adam into being with neither a father nor a mother. God has said in Quran: The case of Jesus with God is like the case of Adam. He created him from dust, and then He said to him, “Be!” and he came into being. (Quran, 3/59) During the prophetic mission of Jesus (peace be upon him), Jesus performed many miracles. God tells us that Jesus said: “I have come to you with a sign from your Lord. I make for you the shape of a bird out of clay, I breathe into it, and it becomes a bird by God’s permission. I heal the blind from birth and the leper. And I bring the dead to life by God’s permission. And I tell you what you eat and what you store in your houses….” (Quran, 3/49) Muslims believe that Jesus was not crucified. They believe that the enemies of Jesus (peace upon him) plotted and planned to crucify Jesus. However, God miraculously saved Jesus and raised him up to Him (to God). God, the all Powerful and the all Capable, put the likeness of Jesus (peace upon him) over another man. The enemies of Jesus (peace upon him) thought that the this other man is Jesus and they took him and crucified him. God has said: …They said, “We killed the Messiah Jesus, son of Mary, the messenger of God.” They did not kill him, nor did they crucify him, but the likeness of him was put on another man (and they killed that man)… (Quran, 4/157) The generally accepted Muslim view is that Jesus is still living in the body in the Heaven and that he will appear just before the Final Day , after the coming of the Mahdi, when the world will be purified of sin and unbelief. There will be a final death before the final Resurrection It is worthy to emphasize that both Jesus (peace upon him) and Mohamed, or may be spelled Muhammad, (peace upon him) came to mankind to call for worshiping only and the only one God. Neither of them nor Moses came to change the basic doctrine of the belief in one and only God. this doctrine that was brought by earlier prophets;including Noah, Abraham, Isac, Jacob, David, Solomon, and others. Both Jesus and Muhammad received the revelation from God to confirm and renew the doctrine of worshiping one (and only one) God.  Answer B No, Muslims do not believe in Jesus Christ. In Islam there is a version of Jesus and other Bible characters, but their personality and stories are distorted and not true. Lets compare some basic Bible truths with Islamic beliefs. Jesus is revealed as the Son of God in the Bible; in Islam it is a blasphemy to say that God has a Son. In the Bible Jesus was crucified and died on the cross; in Islam Judas was crusified, instead of Jesus. In the Bible Jesus rose from the grave the 3rd day, in Islam, Jesus neither died, neither rose from the grave, but disappeared. And many many other differences. In one word Jesus is not the same in the Bible and in Islam.  Answer C: Hint on Answer B: It is true that Jesus is believed in by some Christians differently than Muslims. These differences, although resolved in Quran, but will be resolved on the Last Day of Judgment that both Christians and Muslims believe in. Until then, no need for conflicts and saying one side is true and the another side is wrong. Instead let us compete; as mentioned in Quran; in doing good deeds for mankind and natureyes, only as a prophetYes they do, but not as the son of God. They respect him as a great teacher and refer to him as The Sinless One. Answer yes, Muslims believe in Jesus as one of the five greatest prophets; namely Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them all). However, they don’t believe in Jesus as God or son of God.yes we do believe in Jesus! Yes Muslims do believe in Jesus, but they do not believe he is The Son of God, He is also a really important because we belive he will save us with imam mehdi at the end of the world.(shai belive) and will show the christains the right path