Correction of Statements in the Quran about Yeshua
Posted by wizanda on 1605082114
2:136 We believe in Allah, and the revelation given to us, and to Abraham, Isma’il, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and that given to Moses and Jesus, and that given to (all) prophets from their Lord: We make no difference between one and another of them .
According to the Tanakh in Genesis 49:10-18 we wait for the Messiah from Judah, who is the Salvation from God... This continues throughout that 'the Lord will become our Salvation' (Yeshua - Exodus 12:2, Psalms 118, Isaiah 12:2). What is prophesied is King David would carry the spirit of Salvation, and then suffer at the hands of his people. Returning as a Messianic king, thus there is a big difference between Kings and prophets. Claiming them all the same isn't true.
What is misunderstood in many verses of the Quran is that Allah is the Source of reality, and we're all Children of God, if we do the work of God down here near Hell.
Yahavah Elohim (Lord of Creation) in the Bible isn't the God Most High (El Elyon), this is a Rabbinic Jewish misinterpretation of the text since Babylon.
To translate El Elyon into Arabic it becomes Ala Ilah, which can be shortened into Allah.
Yeshua/Yehoshua Elohim (Lord who Saves) is a manifestation from Allah, it is a being made, like we all are.
Elohim (H430) defines Devine Beings or the clearest definition is an Archangel or Avatar. Eloh (H433) in Ancient Hebrew is a Divine Being, in Arabic though this is Alah, and that causes a problem in theology.
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