The True Gospel of Jesus Christ is a critical study of Jesus Christ’s true Gospel message. In this video we seek to answer:
What did Jesus really preach?
Who was the God that Jesus worshipped?
Did Jesus follow a law?
Did Jesus claim divinity for himself?
Was Jesus crucified for the sins of humanity?
Come along as we examine the Bible to find the true Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In this interview with Yusha Evans on The Deen Show, he briefly explains how he came to Islam. Yusha answers some tough questions about Islam, Muslims, the state of Islam in America, and the actual process of accepting Islam. He also gives an introduction to the new video, “The True Gospel of Jesus Christ,” coming up soon here at findislamonline.com. Watch, enjoy, and spread the word!
“And this is life eternal, that they might know you, the ONLY TRUE GOD, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.”
This verse is part of a series of statements Jesus made right before he entered the small garden of Gethsemane outside Jerusalem. This is where Jesus retired with his followers in order to avoid the band of troops of Judas Iscariot, the disciple of Jesus who would betray him and hand him over to the ruling Jews to attempt to crucify him for 30 pieces of silver.
In this verse Jesus explains eternal life in a twofold message. When he says, “This is eternal life,” Jesus is saying that what follows is the criteria to having eternal life (Heaven), as opposed to eternal death (Hell). In the first part of the message, “that they may know you, the ONLY true God,” Jesus says two things. Firstly, one aspect of obtaining eternal life is having knowledge of and acknowledging the existence of God. Secondly, one must know that He is the ONLY true (real) God. Jesus did not say that they may know me or us: he clearly distinguishes himself from God and specifies God as the only true object of worship.
In the second part of this verse, Jesus says that the second part of obtaining eternal life is knowing and acknowledging Jesus Christ is the one sent by God: “and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.” The phrase, “whom you have sent” very clearly establishes that Jesus is one sent by God, not one equal with God. So, what was Jesus sent with?
We know from the above verse that Jesus was sent “that they may know you.” Islam teaches that all the prophets sent by Allah, including Jesus, were sent with the same message: acknowledge God (Allah), acknowledge Him as one and unique in his Oneness, and acknowledge that He is the only one deserving and having the right to be worshiped. Islam teaches that we should believe in all of the prophets sent by God to humanity, including Moses, Abraham, Noah, Jacob, David, Jesus and Muhammad, peace be upon them all. These two things make up the core of Islam’s basic teachings.
If you look at Jesus’ words and teachings in this verse and the basic teachings of Islam shown above, you will see that they are one and the same.
May God guide us all to the truth.
This ten minute video answers some frequently-asked questions people about the Islamic view of Jesus, such as:
Is Jesus God?
Is God a trinity?
Is Jesus the son of God?
Did Jesus die for our sins?
Why did you leave Christianity?
Advice for the truth seeker.
Islam is a way of life practiced by approx 1.6 billion people in the world. The very word Islam denotes the essence of this beautiful way of life. Islam is an Arabic word derived from three root letters (S-L-M) which denote surrender, submission, obedience and peace. Islam in the perfect sense of these meanings is the way of surrendering, submitting, and having full obedience to the one true Creator, Allah, and in so doing obtaining peace. Allah is the Arabic word used for God in the Quran, the last book of guidance revealed to mankind. Allah simply means The God. Those who submit fully to Allah and attempt to live their lives according to His commandments are called Muslims. Islam is the final way of life and code of conduct revealed by Allah that began with Allah’s first creation, Adam, and was passed down through all of the prophets such as Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus, and ending with the final messenger to mankind Muhammad, peace be upon them all. If one practices this way of life called Islam, his or her reward with be eternal life in paradise among the righteous. Those who reject this message and accept ways of life other than total submission to the Creator of all that exists will be punished with eternal life in the fires of hell. I ardently implore you to learn more about Islam and Muslims and to gain knowledge of the Creator of all that exists. May Allah guide you.
Coming Soon: Who is Allah?