Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Isa & Muhammad...

Oh, cantik betul tulisan b'tajuk The Muslim Story Of Christmas. 


M'imani konsep Holy Trinity, penganut agama Kristian m'p'cayai yang Nabi Isa tu anak Tuhan, b'lainan dengan konsep Tauhid dalam ajaran Islam, yg mana Nabi Isa tu ialah s'org manusia tanpa apa2 entiti ketuhanan pun. Sebagai s'org Muslim, disamping menyanjungi & m'ikuti sunnah Rasulullah, kita juga wajib m'imani Rasul2 yang lain, t'masuklah Nabi Isa. Jadi bila ada tanggapan yang umat Islam m'asingkan Nabi Isa dalam hidup masing2, saya tak setuju. Dari kecik dah belajar sirah Nabi Isa, macam mana baginda dilahirkan tanpa ayah, macam mana hebatnya mukjizat yang Allah bagi pada baginda & kenyataan yang apabila kiamat jadi, baginda akan turun menyelamatkan umat manusia dari fitnah Dajal.

Anyways, here are some of the excerpts from the article mentioned earlier :

" "That’s why it perplexes me to hear some Christians talk about Muslims “not having Jesus.” 

We have Jesus all over our faith and belief, we just don’t believe he is the son of God or part of a triune deity. Muslims maintain that Christ was a prophet. 

It is a major difference in belief, to be sure, but it is not something over which Christians and Muslims should have any enmity or animosity.

No, Muslims may not adorn their houses with lights during this season, but it does not mean that Jesus does not light their hearts with love and reverence. Muslims may not take Christmas Day off as a religious holiday, but that does not mean that Jesus means nothing to them at all. Yes, it may be that the only businesses open on Christmas Day may be the Muslim-owned ones, but that does not mean that Jesus is not near and dear to those business owners’ hearts. "

Read the full article here.

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