No, it's not the point at all. The point is the question is the OP, your wodgepaste is avoiding the point. More to the point, there are early teachings in Islam that say that Jesus died and was resurrected (check the wiki). The various narrative traditions regarding the crucifixion are later, contradictory, without solid foundation and clearly cannot be true. Your 'Pilate intervention' is just such a case. A more objective gaze suggests they were born out of sectarian tension and serve a particular purpose. Oh dear ... tell me, how many Gods do you think Christians think there are? No need to answer, it's a rhetorical question As regards the first part, how can we be sure of anything? How can you be so sure Mohammed conversed with an angel? Again, no need to answer, it's a rhetorical question Precisely that. Nor mine, That's not what the doctrine says. In fact the 'Great Church' declared that a heresy: Modalism. Really, you should take the time to acquaint yourself with a doctrine before attacking it. Too often, as here, you're tilting at imaginary windmills. Please! You're walking on very thin ice here. Careful – That smacks of various straw-man fallacies, unless it's just racism. You think God is for Jews only? No need to answer, it's a rhetorical question I'm sure you didn't mean it.