Islam in the Bible

This video is a humble attempt to show everyone that what Islam teaches, what the Quran says, and what Muslims do can be verified not only through its own sources (which are indeed sufficient) but also by other books considered holy by millions of people. So I ask you, do you really know what the Bible says? Do you know that it teaches that God is one and never three? Do you know it says Christmas is forbidden? Do you know it prescribes washing yourselves before you pray and to pray bowing and prostrating on the floor (like Muslims do)? Do you know it teaches that there is no original sin? Do you know the Bible teaches that Jesus was a messenger of God and not divine? I assure you it does. Take a journey with me on my path and examine Islam in the Bible.

2 Comments on “Islam in the Bible

  1. This video resonates with my understading of the Quranic verse:
    “Mankind was a single community, then God sent prophets to bring good news and warning, and with them he sent the Scripture with the Truth, to judge between people in their disagreements. It was only those to whom it was given who disagreed about it after clear signs had come to them, because of rivalry between them. So by His leave, God guided the believers to the truth they had differed about: God guides whoever He will to a straight path” The Cow:213

    The first advice of the Quran to the people of the book is not leave what you have and go with Muslims. It is: Commit no excess in your religion. Stick with what you can prove:
    “People of the book, do not go to excess in your religion, and do not say anything about God except the truth: the Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, was nothing more than a messenger of God, His word, directed to Mary, a spirit from Him. So believe in God and His messengers and do not speak of a ‘Trinity’ -stop [this], that is better for you -God is only one God, He is far above having a son, everything in the heavens and the earth belongs to Him, and He is the best one to trust” Women:171

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