A7: Here is what Noble Verse 19:33 states: “So peace is upon me [Jesus] the day I was born, the day that I die, and the day that I shall be raised up to life.” Trinitarian Christians believe that Jesus was GOD Himself, or part of GOD, came to earth, was crucified on the cross to purify our sins and then raised from death back to life and went up to heaven until he will come back again to this earth.
The Noble Quran does not in any way support this theory. We Muslims believe that Jesus was born from a Noble Virgin, Mary the Virgin, preached the word of GOD Almighty to the people of Israel, raised to Allah Almighty alive (even though he might have been put on the cross, but never actually died), will come back to earth again to fight the army of Satan and then die a natural death and then be raised again back to life from death as we all do in the Day of Judgement.
Some Muslim scholars say that Jesus not being crucified in Noble Verse 4:157 means that he was put on the cross but didn’t die, and others say that it means that he was not put on the cross itself and never died either. There are some Christian sects such as the Basilidans, the Docetate and the Marcionite who do not believe that Jesus was put on the cross.
Either way, it doesn’t really matter whether he was put on the cross or not. The more important point is that Jesus never died according to Islam.
There is a similar Verse to 19:33 in the Noble Quran that was mentioned to another Messenger of GOD: “So peace be upon him [Yahya, or John the Baptist] the day he was born, the day that he dies, and the day that he will be raised up to life! (The Noble Quran, 19:15)”
This Noble Verse (19:15) is similar to 19:33, where it does not at all state that any Messenger of GOD was crucified or will die twice! The reason why no Messenger of GOD will ever die twice is because Allah Almighty said clearly in His
Noble Book that every soul He creates (this includes all of His Messengers and Prophets even Jesus) shall taste death once; “Nor will they [all humans who end up in heaven] there taste death, except the first death; and He will preserve them from the penalty of the blazing fire. (The Noble Quran, 44:56)”
The Romans had to fake his crucifixion due to Passover issues:
Matthew 12:40: “shall be buried deep in the heart of earth for 3 days and nights as Jonah was deep in the belly of the whale.”
Jonah was alive: But Jonah was always alive in his ordeal. He was alive on the shore, alive in the whale’s belly, and alive when vomited out of the whale. Alive, alive, alive!
This Prophecy is a lie! Jesus laid on the floor, got healed, and got up and left. He was never inside any coffin nor ever got buried. Also, because 100s of thousands of pilgrims were coming to Jerusalem for the Passover, the Romans had to rush his “crucifixion” and bring him down. The soldiers were even denied food due to lack of time.
Jesus never got crucified: The OT and NT clearly spell it out. He was saved.
Matthew 27:16-17: There were two Jesuses! Not one. Allah Almighty Said in the Glorious Quran:
That they rejected Faith; that they uttered against Mary a grave false charge; That they said (in boast), “We killed Christ Jesus the son of Mary, the Apostle of God”;-but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) know ledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not:- Nay, God raised him up unto Himself; and God is Exalted in Power, Wise;- (04:156-168)
Psalm 91 promises Jesus will never get hurt or die. Satan in the NT challenged Jesus on Psalm 91. Yashua (salvation) is the last word in Psalm 91, and it also happens to be one of Jesus’ names in the New Testament.
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