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Jesus, Christianity & Bible


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This book is a modest endeavor to present the pragmatic perspective of Christianity through  Bible, the teachings of Jesus Christ and its the close relationship with Islam, by synthesizing the works of great scholars. The real message of Jesus Christ was same as of all previous messengers; monotheism, worship and obedience on One God. The commonalities of his teachings with Islam, which despite being obscured (under the subjective, tainted implausible views with the sole objective of supporting certain doctrines) by theologians, still can be found even in the existing Scriptures.
Only two world religions, Christianity and Islam, require belief in the prophet-hood of Jesus Christ as an article of faith [though most Christians call him God incarnate]. Both believe in one omniscient, omnipotent deity, the Creator and Sustainer of the Universe. Both believe in the chain of revelation within the Abrahamic faiths. Both believe in the Day of Judgment, angels and demons, Heaven and Hell, but there are differences too. Great area of common grounds can help to bridge the gap for peaceful coexistence.
Efforts have been made to be as precise as possible without any prejudice, or contempt. However error or omissions if any are incidental for which forgiveness from God is sought: “Our Lord! Do not punish us if we forget or make a mistake.”(Qur’an;2:286).
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However in reality Christianity is the religion stemming from the teachings of Paul, attributing it to,  Jesus in the 1st century AD. Christianity was originally a movement of Jews who accepted Jesus as the messiah, but the movement quickly became predominantly Gentile due to efforts of Paul. The early church was shaped by St. Paul and other Christian missionaries and theologians; it was persecuted under the Roman Empire but supported by Constantine I, the first Christian emperor. In medieval and early modern Europe, Christian thinkers such as St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, and Martin Luther contributed to the growth of Christian theology, and beginning in the 15th century missionaries spread the faith throughout much of the world. The major divisions of Christianity are Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism. Nearly all Christian churches have an ordained clergy, members of which are typically though not universally male. Members of the clergy lead group worship services and are viewed as intermediaries between the laity and the divine in some churches. Most Christian churches administer two sacraments, baptism and the Eucharist. Presently there are around two billion adherents of Christianity throughout the world, found on all continents. In order to comprehend the relationship between Jesus, Bible and Christianity, one has to critically examine the facts, as mentioned below: 
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  1. A Pragmatic Way to Faith:
  2. Religion & Reasoning:
  3. Is There God?
  4. Jesus Christianity & Bible:
  5. Gospel of Barnabas :
  6. Jesus in Islam and Christianity:
  7. Theory of Evolution- Bible, Quran pdf:
  8. Is Islam Really A Threat to West?
  9. Islamophobia & Response:
  10. Judaism  (11 articles)
  11. Jerusalem, Bible, Qur’an & History.pdf
  12. Muslim-Christian Dialogue
  13. Son of Who?
  14. Comparison of Islamic-Christian Codes:
  15. Abraham’s Legacy -pdf:
  16. Common Issues-Muslims, Jews& Christians:
  17. Islam, Judaism & Christianity-Common Aspects:
  18. Comparison- Judaism, Islam & Christianity:
  19. The Clash of Faiths:

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