This is a brief comparison between Prophet Muhammad according to Quran and Sunnah and the Christians' depiction of Prophet Jesus according to the anonymous bible authors whose books were canonized in 367. The only aim of this article is to expose the lies of the haters among Christ worshipers who demean Prophet Muhammad.
Why were they sent ?
- Prophet Muhammad was sent as a mercy to the worlds.
God has sent His last Messenger as a manifestation of His grace to all mankind. He takes them by the hand to show them divine guidance. It is only those who are ready to receive such guidance that benefit by it, but God’s grace is bestowed on believers and unbelievers alike.
قال تعالى ( وَمَا أَرْسَلْنَاكَ إِلَّا رَحْمَةً لِّلْعَالَمِينَ )الأنبياء107
"And We have not sent you, [O Muhammad], except as a mercy to the worlds."
The code of living given to us through the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is one that ensures the happiness of all mankind, and which will lead to the highest level of perfection humanity can attain. Muhammad’s message was given to mankind at a time when it attained its full mental maturity. Hence, it is a book open to all minds across all generations. It includes the unchangeable fundamentals of human life, and it is ready to meet changing needs that are known only to the One who created man, and who knows His creation well. He is most kind and aware of all things.
This book sets out the principles and the framework of a permanent code for an ever-renewing human life, leaving to human beings the task of deducing detailed rules necessary for organizing their relations as life progresses. It is also up to human beings to determine the methods and the means of implementation, according to their different situations and circumstances, without conflict with the principles of the permanent code.
- Jesus came not for peace but for divisions.
يقول يسوع في انجيل لوقا الاصحاح 12 العدد 51
"أتظنون إني جئت لأعطي سلاما على الأرض كلا أقول لكم بل انقساما"
Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division: