Discussion in 'Islam' started by Ahanu, Feb 18, 2008.
From the traditional Islamic perspective, what is the significance of Muhammad uttering these words?
Where did you get it, please?
Yes, I was wanting to discuss Baha'u'llah and the the Báb's interpretation of the Koran.
Here is a quote from the Báb.
I am wondering what Muslims are thinking of their interpretation. How much does it differ from their beliefs, and where can we find similarities?
Where exactly did Muhammad ever say that?
For an elaborate explanation of this click on the link below to understand the Baha'i concept of the Oneness of the Prophets.
Oneness of the Prophets
Bahai's are a completely diferent religion alltogether, so their 'interpretation of the Quran' or their view on anything has nothing to do with Islam.
Thanks, let us leave it at that.
In Islam, the unity of Prophets merely means that they are all from the same God, representing the same message from God, i.e, pure monothiesm, but it dont mean that they are all one and the same person manifesting themsleves in different bodies and under different names.
Sure ; posted that above message before i saw this one
You asked us what we thought the significance was of Muhammad saying those words, so i asked you to provide a source where Muhammad said "I am Jesus", because as far as I know he never said that.
Even the verse you quoted doesn't say that, so I am a bit confused here.
We believe Muhammad is the last of a line of prophets thats started with Adam and included Jesus like the verse you quoted says.
In Islam Muhammad and Jesus are different people
[FONT="]Your source is not acceptable from Islamic point of view, please. [/FONT]
Dear Baha'u'llah is not Muslim he is disbeleiver According to Islam... Hope that answers your question
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