Two Messiahs : The Jesus of Christianity and the Jesus of Islam

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  • Copyright: 2011-04-06
  • Publisher: Intervarsity Pr
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Muslims love Jesus. When you meet a Muslim, you meet a person who loves Jesus. Muslims will tell you a true Muslim must love Jesus. Jesus is not the sole property of Christians they say-or is he?This story sets the Jesus of Islam, 'Isa ibn am-Maryam (Muhammad's seventh century conception of the first century prophet and Messiah), in direct conversation with the first century, historic Jesus of Nazareth. The reader encounters 'Isa and Jesus on a long walk from the little town of Emmaus to Jerusalem, a walk filled with conversation, questions, brief interaction with others, and observations from each man about the other. In the end, it is clear to the reader who Jesus is in both Islam and Christianity.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Prologuep. 7
Introductionsp. 11
For Unto Us a Child Is Bornp. 25
One More to Comep. 39
Wine, Women, and Songp. 55
Jots and Tittlesp. 69
Boys with Beetlesp. 81
Did He or Didn't He Die?p. 93
A Grievous Penaltyp. 109
The Last Hourp. 129
Physical Descriptions of Jesus in Islamic Sourcesp. 137
Why Provide Descriptions of Jesus?p. 139
A Summary of the QurĈanic Jesusp. 145
Endnotesp. 149
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