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    An analytical look into the basis and proofs for themysterious crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

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    Writer : Mohammed A. Al-Abdulhay Reviewing : Osama Emara

    This article presents some examples of teachings which all prophets including Jesus Christ followed. However, most of these teachings were revived in the final message of Islam by the Prophet Muhammad and remain as a fundamental part of Muslim practices until today.

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    Writer : Laurence B. Brown MD Reviewing : Osama Emara

    In this article, Dr. Laurence Brown discusses the crucifixion doctrine in Christianity. He refutes this doctrine from many aspects and confirms that this doctrine is baseless in Christianity.

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    Reviewing : Osama Emara

    Even though the Bible has been changed, yet there are clear and explicit verses prove that Jesus is not God.

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    This pamphlet handles some issues about the Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) such as his miracles, prestige in Islam, message and the misconceptions about his divinity.

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    1-An examination of the concept that Jesus is the son of God from Christian sources. The meaning of the term “Son of God” in the Old and New Testament. 2- A look at the orginal Greek and Hebrew words translated to “son”.

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    1- How the Bible’s writers believe that Jesus was not God. 2- Proofs from the Acts of the Apostles that Jesus was not God. 3-The Bible clearly shows that Jesus was not all-powerful and all-knowing as the true God should be. 4-What is the first and greatest of all the commandments in the Bible, which was emphasized by Jesus. 5-Many people use Paul’s writings as proof that Jesus is God. But this is not fair to Paul, because Paul clearly believed that Jesus is not God. 6-A clear proof from the Gospel of John that Jesus was not God. 7-Many people use certain verses of the Bible as proof that Jesus is God. However, all of these verses, when understood in context, prove the opposite!

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    Christians know her as Mary, the mother of Jesus. Muslims also refer to her as the mother of Jesus, or in Arabic, Umm Eisa. In Islam Mary is often called Maryam bint Imran; Mary, the daughter of Imran. This article gives some background about her adoption by Zachariah so she could serve in the temple. This article describes what happened to Mary after she came under the care of the Prophet Zachariah. It tells how the angel Gabriel announced the birth of a special child, how she coped with the bearing her baby, and relates some of the miracles that took place around the time Jesus was born.

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    :A three-part article talking about 1- The first of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Mary: Part 1: Her childhood. 2-The second of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Mary: Part 2: Her annunciation. 3-The finale of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Mary: Part 3: The birth of Jesus, and the importance and respect Islam pays to Mary, the mother of Jesus.

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    A look into the verses of the Bible which support or oppose the divinity of Jesus Christ.

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    1- A discussion of the name, titles, and description of Jesus in the Quran. Part 1: A look at the concept of the Messiah in the Judeo-Christian thought as well as Islam, and the title “Miracle” which God gives to Jesus in the Quran. 2- A look at the some of the other titles given to Jesus, such as a “word”, a “spirit”, “mercy”, and others.

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    1- The first of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Jesus: Part 1: His birth and miracles. 2- The second of a three part article discussing the Islamic concept of Jesus: Part 2: The question of his divinity and mission. 3-The final part of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Jesus: Part 3: His crucifixion and second coming.

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    :This article consists of five parts, which 1-Similarities and differences about the second coming of Jesus between Christians and Muslims. The Messiah at the end of times according to Judaism. 2- The prophecies and portents in Islam of the descent of Jesus in the Quran and the prophetic narrations. 3-The context of Jesus’ second coming, the trials and tribulations before it, the rise of the Mahdi and the advent of Maseeh ad-Dajjal (the False Messiah), and Jesus’ role killing him. 4- After the False Messiah; the annulment of the false religions of the people of the book, the establishment of God’s nation under Jesus, and the invasion of the Gog and Magog. 5- The end of Gog and Magog, followed by peace and plenty, a world without war, the universality of God’s True Religion, and the death of Jesus.

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    A look at some of the miracles of Jesus mentioned in the Quran, with a brief comparison with Christian sources.

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    1-The first in a four part series discussing the biblical evidence that Jesus is not God. 2-The second in a four part series discussing the biblical evidence that Jesus is not God. 3-The third in a four part series discussing the biblical evidence that Jesus is not God. 4-The finale of a four part series discussing the biblical evidence that Jesus is not God.

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    A commandment that, if kept, will make one be not far from the Kingdom of God.

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    The story of Prophet Job, a patient Prophet totally submitted to God Almighty.

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    The Story of Prophet Hud

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    the story of the Prophet Jonah

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    Jesus and his first miracle, and a brief account about what Muslims believe about him. The true status of Jesus and his message in the Quran, and the relevance of the Bible today in relation to Muslim beliefs.

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