My dear friend Konami translated the original article from Amy and also my response to it.
I have editted it and added some other verses also to it that I have not refrenced.
Please read my opinions to it as below.
Thanks a Lot to Konami And Amy,
We all hope that our efforts decreases the differences between Christians and Muslims all around the world.
P.S. I will try to categorize the discussions and continue it one by one.
And thank you for your article
Since I really love and admire the prophet of love and kindness, Jesus Christ (PBUH), and since I can’t explain how great the kindness and love I’ve been felt in his holy book is, certainly such article that is narrated by one of his enamored can not be omitted.
Here are some opinions that I hope will be considered just by a scientific view and won’t hurt you or won’t be present as an insult to ,my Christian brothers and sisters and their beliefs. And hope to refine and improve the thoughts of all truth-seeking people around the world:
You remarked that Messiah Jesus was strange, I completely agree you in this point. Any prophet had a kind of relationship with God. Mosses could talk to God and Mohammad could talk to God via inspiration. But Jesus, according to Qur’an and bible, was the Divine Word or logos.
[4:171] O people of the scripture, do not transgress the limits of your religion, and do not say about GOD except the truth. The Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary, was a messenger of GOD, and His word that He had sent to Mary, and a revelation from Him. Therefore, you shall believe in GOD and His messengers. You shall not say, “Trinity.” You shall refrain from this for your own good. GOD is only one god. Be He glorified; He is much too glorious to have a son. To Him belongs everything in the heavens and everything on earth. GOD suffices as Lord and Master.
Also in Bible:
1 John 1 TNIV
The Incarnation of the Word of Life
1 That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked at and our hands have touched���this we proclaim concerning the Word of life. 2 The life appeared; we have seen it and testify to it, and we proclaim to you the eternal life, which was with the Father and has appeared to us. 3 We proclaim to you what we have seen and heard, so that you also may have fellowship with us. And our fellowship is with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ. 4 We write this to make our [a] joy complete.
So, in my opinion, Jesus’ whole existence from the birth to his divine ascension was the Divine Word.
1-Jesus’ birth was strange
As you said, Jesus’ birth was strange. I’m completely agree with you in this point. The birth of Messiah from virgin Mary was so strange that God has said this verse to prevent any kind of exaggeration:
[3:59] The example of Jesus, as far as GOD is concerned, is the same as that of Adam; He created him from dust, then said to him, “Be,” and he was.
2- The prophecies about Jesus were strange
I agree you in this point too. The prophet Isaiah, the prophet John and many other prophets’ prophecies before savior Messiah’s appearance were so strange.
3-Jesus’ being without any mistake?
I don’t agree you in this point. Messiah, Mohammad and Islamic Imams all were human beings in front of holy God and none of them are without mistake. Maybe the kind of their mistakes are very different than ordinary people’s sins but no one and no creature is perfect except God himself. Pay attention that they may don���t do sins but mistakes are possible.
4-Jesus’ kindness to sinners was strange
One of my affections for Jesus’ great spirit, is his unlimited affection to all people without any exception, even sinners. I agree you in this point again.
5-Jesus’ power of forgiving sins?
Surely, Jesus has not been able to forgive anyone’s sin without God’s permission.
Whatever we name it “intercession” is just possible by God’s permission. No intercession will be possible without his permission.
6- Jesus’ miracles were strange
Yes. Jesus had a lot of strange miracles with God’s permission.
7-Jesus’ teachings were strange
I agree you in this point as well. In fact, Jesus didn’t bring a new religion but he offered a romantic and kind view of the previous religion. And contemporaneous and coming people got impressed by this.