Jesus (c. 4 BC – c. AD 30 / 33), also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth and Jesus Christ, was a first-century Jewish preacher and religious leader. He is the central figure of Christianity. Most Christians believe he is the incarnation of God the Son and the awaited Messiah (Christ) prophesied in the Old Testament. The Muslims believe Jesus to be a Prophet like Moses before him.
Raj’at or Raj’ah الرَجعَة means the return to this life after death. This return will be during the government of Imam Al-Mahdi (AS) over the whole world. Allah will bring back to this world the best believers to witness the victory of Ahlul Bayt (AS). Allah will also bring back to this world the worst enemies of Islam to see that and get some of the results of their evil deeds.
Raj’ah is mentioned in Quran (Sura Ghaafir, verse 11).
Kitab al-Fitan by Na'eem ibn Hammaad Al-Maroozi (died 228 Hijri) can not be taken for granted and fully authentic in all its contents and narrations. Many Sunni scholars in Hadeeth like Al-Nasaa'ee and Ibn Hajar and Al-Dhahabi and al-Daar Qutni mentioned Na'eem or Nu'aim ibn Hammaad as not authentic narrator despite the fact the he was a Sunni like them. This narration does not have a continuous chain of authentic narrators, that is why we can not take it as authentic. Anwar Shah Kashmiri was a Deobandi Shaikh in the Indian subcontinent who died in 1933 and his mentioning this narration needs an authentic chain of narrators, which he failed to mention , so we can not take the narration with out that.
Such narration has not been found in any of our authentic books. If you read it is any book, you can ask the author about the source that he has taken from and send that source to us so that we can research the narrators and assess the authenticity of such narration.
Jesus was a human being created by Allah with out a father just like Adam who was a human being created by Allah with out parents.
Jesus is not God nor son of God, but he was a great messenger from God to guide people to worship and obey God.
Worshipping any one apart from God is a major sin.
Jannah (Paradise) is not under our control to judge who will enter in it or not. Allah, The Glorious, Knows who will be granted Paradise because He only Knows everything about everyone from His creatures and grants Paradise according to His full Knowledge and Mercy.
The Hujjat is must in every time, either publicly known or hidden from public for reasons, as Ameerul Mo'mineen (AS) said (Nahjul Balaghah, 497).
After Prophet Easa (AS) the Hujjat was Sham'oon Ibn Hammon al-Safa, then Yahya ibn Zakaria, the Munthir, then Sulaimah, then Burdah, then Muhammad (SAWA).(Amaali al-Tousi, 443)
In al-Kaafi 1:177 you can find many Hadeeths in this regard.
Khalib ibn Sinan has been mentioned as a prophet fifty years before Prophet Muhammad ( Rawdhat al-Kaafi 342).
Abu Talib (AS) was from deputies (AWSIYAA') after the prophets.
Ameerul Mo'mineen Ali (AS) was asked: Who was the last Wasi ( Deputy) before Muhammad? He replied: My father. Al-Ghadeer 7:389 from Dhiaul Alameen by al-Fotouni.
There is no doubt at all that Jesus Christ was not killed nor crucified but his enemy caught another person who was looking like him. The Quranic verse is very clear ( They never killed him nor crucified him but they did that on another person whom they thought him Easa) (4;157).
This fact is mentioned also many old Christian texts like Luke 4: 29-30 and John 8: 59 and 10: 93 and Acts 1:11 and Matthew 4:6.
An old Jude bible found in Egypt in Coptic language and translated to English, it states that Jesus told his near disciples: for you will sacrifice the man that clothes me.
According to Islamic theology, every being that is not Allah is a created being that is not eternal or infinitely pre-existing. This includes angels and spirits and other non-visible or non-human beings. In fact, in this regard, one can say it is the main difference between Islamic and Christian theology.
According to Shi'i theology, there is a phase of existence that was "before" the material world (for instance, where the light of the Prophet (S) was created), however that phase was also created and everyone and everything in it was also created.
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The evidence of the prophet hood of Muhammad (SAWA) are too many but Quran and Ahlul Bayt (AS) are the greatest evidence. Any human being who uses his senses will see when reading Quran and the sayings of Ahlul Bayt (AS) that it is miraculous and it can never come from any human being with out link with or support from Allah.
The prophet hood of Jesus (AS) was proven by many miracles which can never be denied by sensible human being. Some people have enmity against Jesus and his mother which is the reason of denying his prophet hood.
Prophet Easa (Jesus) (AS) was raised by Allah (SWT) when his enemies tried to kill him, and he is living in the sky since then. We have in the books that he is worshiping Allah in the second sky with the angles.
He will come back to this earth with Imam Al-Mahdi (AS) and will be one of his supporters and will pray behind him.
as salam alaikum
all the disciples of Jesus, peace be upon him, were Muslims. Amongst them, one of the most prominent was Sham'un al-Safa (Saint Peter) who have been said to have preached in Rome and be buried there.
With prayers for your success.
as salam alaikum
Muslims believe that 'Isa Ibn Maryam, peace be upon him, was a humble servant of Allah, the Messiah, and one of His prophets and messengers. This is confirmed by the Qur'an who explicitly denies the notions of trinity and incarnation present in mainstream Christian doctrine.
The Qur'an says: "Indeed they have disbelieved those who say:- Allah is the Messiah son of Maryam-" (5:72) and "Indeed they have disbelieved those who say:- Allah is the third of the three-" (5:73). In fact "the Messiah son of Maryam was only a Messenger" (5:75).
Mainstream Christianity believe that Allah was incarnated in a human being, 'Isa Ibn Maryam, who they think to be "God made flesh" but such notion is not only rejected by the Qur'an and Muslims, it also cannot be proven by the Scriptures themselves as no "Gospel of Jesus" reached us in its original form.
With prayers for your success.
Baptism is an old practice came from ancient cultures including Hinduism and idol worshipers. It is claimed among Christians that Prophet John baptized Prophet Jesus but there is no authentic evidence available. We do not have any evidence that any prophet was ever baptized.
Islam does not allow acts which have no evidence.
You should not take any part in any worshiping practice which has no authentic evidence.