Discover the core teachings of the Quran, its perspective on Christians, and Islam’s unique viewpoint on Jesus in this enlightening article.
What is the main teachings of the Quran?
The belief that “There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God” is central to Islam. This phrase, written in Arabic, is often prominently featured in architecture and a range of objects, including the Qur’an, Islam’s holy book of divine revelations.
What does the Quran teach Muslims about?
The three key beliefs taught by the Quran are the oneness of Allah, the guidance of Allah through prophets and the resurrection, the life after death. These beliefs determine the world view of its followers, they form the reality of human life.
What does the Quran teach about Christians?
The Quran also makes it clear that the Christians will be nearest in love to those who follow the Quran and praises Christians for being humble and wise: You will surely find the most bitter towards the believers to be the Jews and polytheists and the most gracious to be those who call themselves Christian.
What Quran said about Jesus?
In the Quran, Jesus is described as the Messiah (al-Masīḥ), miraculously born of a virgin, performing miracles, accompanied by his disciples, rejected by the Jewish religious establishment, but not as crucified or dying on the cross (nor resurrected), rather as miraculously saved by God and ascending into heaven.
What does Islam say about Jesus?
Muslims believe that Jesus (called “Isa” in Arabic) was a prophet of God and was born to a virgin (Mary). They also believe he will return to Earth before the Day of Judgment to restore justice and defeat al-Masih ad-Dajjal, or “the false messiah” — also known as the Antichrist.