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|The cross is a pagan symbol that was adored in many pagan religions thousands of years before Jesus was born.

The Catholic Church adopted the cross symbol at least 600 years after Jesus was supposedly crucified.

|One of the early famous Christians named "Tertullian" rejected the crosses and said that pagans worshipped crucified saviors hanging on a cross.

He says "Crosses, moreover, we Christians neither venerate nor wish for. You indeed who consecrate gods of wood venerate wooden crosses, perhaps as parts of your gods. For your very standards, as well as your banners, and flags of your camps, what are they but crosses gilded and
adorned? Your victorious trophies not only imitate the appearance of a simple cross,but also that of a man affixed to it." [www.biblestudy.churches.net/CCEL/FATHERS2/ANF04/ANF0434.HTM]

|Origins of the Cross (All of it predates the birth of Jesus)

The pagan Scandinavians had cross is called the Tau cross which symbolizes the god Thor.

Ancient Egyptians also
considered it as markers of life and death. The Egyptian cross also symbolizes Isis and Osiris myth, and their union which allowed creation.

Crosses also were parts of the Assyrians and Babylonians pagan religions.

Assyrians used it to symbolize the shining sun (in four directions), and Babylonians as symbole of the moon deity.

Another cross has been unearthed in Ireland. It belongs to the cult of the Persian god of the sun "Mithra"and bears a crucified effigy.

The Greeks and Romans too adopted the cross as their religious symbol many centuries before
Christianity did the same.

|Not only the cross symbol was part of the Pagan religion but also the idea of crucifixion for the salvation of mankind myths itself was commonly adopted long time before the birth Jesus.

|For example

- Krishna (India)
He proclaimed to his followers, "I am the Resurrection." and He had a last supper with his disciples before being crucified.

He was crucified between two theieves at the age of 33.

He rose from the dead
three days after being
buried.

- Sakia (Hindu)
His emblem was the cross, He was born to be crucified to atone man's sins.

After he was crucified, he was buried for three days, an then rose from the dead.

he was called "Savior
of the World" and "Light of the World."

- Thamuz (Syria)
He was called the "Risen Lord" and "The Savior.", He was crucified to atone man's sins.

He also rose from the dead after being buried.

- Wittoba (Telingonese)
He was crucified for man's sins, He was usually depicted in
drawings as having nail holes in his hands and feet. and his icon was cross.

- Iao (Nepal)
He was known as "the Savior" and he was crucified on a tree.

He was accepted by his followers as God incarnate.

- Hesus (Druidic Celts) He was crucified with a lamb on one side and an elephant on the other.

The Elephant was thought to represent all the sins of the world, and so we have the "Lamb of God" dying to "take away the sins of the
world.

- Quirinus (Rome)
He rose from the dead after being crucified and buried.

- Prometheus (Greek)
He was nailed to a cross. His critical theological precept was that of blood
atonement.

The Earth shook when he died and he was known as the "Lord" and "Savior". He also rose from the dead.

- Indra (Tibet)
He was known as God and Savior. He was nailed to a cross.

- Alcestos (Greek)
She was crucified for the sins of the world and She was part of a divine trinity.

- Atys (Phrygia)
He was believed to be the "krist", He was crucified to atone for man's sins, He rose from the dead after
being buried.

- Crite (Chaldea)
He was known as the
Reedemer. He was also known as the "Ever-Blessed Son of God, The Savior, and the Atoning Offering for an Angry God".

The Earth shook when he was crucified.

- Bali (Orissa)
He was believed to be God, as well as the Son of God, He was crucified in divine atonement and He was the second part of a divine trinity.
__
Say, "O People of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), do not exceed limits in your religion beyond the truth and do not follow the lusts and
fancies of a people who went astray before and misled many and have strayed from the straight path." (Quran 5:77)
Photo: |The cross is a pagan symbol that was adored in many pagan religions thousands of years before Jesus was born.

The Catholic Church adopted the cross symbol at least 600 years after Jesus was supposedly crucified.

|One of the early famous Christians named "Tertullian" rejected the crosses and said that pagans worshipped crucified saviors hanging on a cross.

He says "Crosses, moreover, we Christians neither venerate nor wish for. You indeed who consecrate gods of wood venerate wooden crosses, perhaps as parts of your gods. For your very standards, as well as your banners, and flags of your camps, what are they but crosses gilded and
adorned? Your victorious trophies not only imitate the appearance of a simple cross,but also that of a man affixed to it." [www.biblestudy.churches.net/CCEL/FATHERS2/ANF04/ANF0434.HTM]

|Origins of the Cross (All of it predates the birth of Jesus)

The pagan Scandinavians had cross is called the Tau cross which symbolizes the god Thor.

Ancient Egyptians also
considered it as markers of life and death. The Egyptian cross also symbolizes Isis and Osiris myth, and their union which allowed creation.

Crosses also were parts of the Assyrians and Babylonians pagan religions.

Assyrians used it to symbolize the shining sun (in four directions), and Babylonians as symbole of the moon deity.

Another cross has been unearthed in Ireland. It belongs to the cult of the Persian god of the sun "Mithra"and bears a crucified effigy.

The Greeks and Romans too adopted the cross as their religious symbol many centuries before
Christianity did the same.

|Not only the cross symbol was part of the Pagan religion but also the idea of crucifixion for the salvation of mankind myths itself was commonly adopted long time before the birth Jesus.

|For example

- Krishna (India)
He proclaimed to his followers, "I am the Resurrection." and He had a last supper with his disciples before being crucified.

He was crucified between two theieves at the age of 33. 

He rose from the dead
three days after being
buried.

- Sakia (Hindu)
His emblem was the cross, He was born to be crucified to atone man's sins.

After he was crucified, he was buried for three days, an then rose from the dead.

he was called "Savior
of the World" and "Light of the World."

- Thamuz (Syria)
He was called the "Risen Lord" and "The Savior.", He was crucified to atone man's sins.

He also rose from the dead after being buried.

- Wittoba (Telingonese)
He was crucified for man's sins, He was usually depicted in
drawings as having nail holes in his hands and feet. and his icon was cross.

- Iao (Nepal)
He was known as "the Savior" and he was crucified on a tree.

He was accepted by his followers as God incarnate.

- Hesus (Druidic Celts) He was crucified with a lamb on one side and an elephant on the other.

The Elephant was thought to represent all the sins of the world, and so we have the "Lamb of God" dying to "take away the sins of the
world.

- Quirinus (Rome)
He rose from the dead after being crucified and buried.

- Prometheus (Greek)
He was nailed to a cross. His critical theological precept was that of blood
atonement.

The Earth shook when he died and he was known as the "Lord" and "Savior". He also rose from the dead.

- Indra (Tibet)
He was known as God and Savior. He was nailed to a cross.

- Alcestos (Greek)
She was crucified for the sins of the world and She was part of a divine trinity.

- Atys (Phrygia)
He was believed to be the "krist", He was crucified to atone for man's sins, He rose from the dead after
being buried.

- Crite (Chaldea)
He was known as the
Reedemer. He was also known as the "Ever-Blessed Son of God, The Savior, and the Atoning Offering for an Angry God".

The Earth shook when he was crucified.

- Bali (Orissa)
He was believed to be God, as well as the Son of God, He was crucified in divine atonement and He was the second part of a divine trinity.
__
Say, "O People of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), do not exceed limits in your religion beyond the truth and do not follow the lusts and
fancies of a people who went astray before and misled many and have strayed from the straight path." (Quran 5:77)

Forgiveness مغفرة | Faith in Allah

i and the father are one

“I and the father are one.” Many Christians use this versGod and Jesus Are Two Separate Beings
(Many people use certain verses of the Bible as proof that Jesus is God ....... “I and the father are one.” John 10:30)

(Peace be upon him)

Many people use certain verses of the Bible as proof that Jesus is God.  However, all of these verses, when understood in context, prove the opposite!

For example, in Matthew 9:2, Jesus said to a certain man, “Take heart, son; your sins are forgiven.”  Because of this, some say that Jesus must be God since only God can forgive sins.  However, if you are willing to read just a few verses further, you will find that the people“...praised God, who had given such authority to men.” (Matthew 9:8).  This shows that the people knew, and Matthew agrees, that Jesus is not the only man to receive such authority from God.

Jesus himself emphasized that he does not speak on his own authority (John 14:10) and he does nothing on his own authority, but he speaks only what the Father has taught him (John 8:28).  What Jesus did here was as follows.  Jesus announced to the man the knowledge Jesus received from God that God had forgiven the man.
Notice that Jesus did not say, “I forgive your sins,” but rather, “your sins are forgiven,” implying, as this would to his Jewish listeners, that God had forgiven the man.  Jesus, then, did not have the power to forgive sins, and in that very episode he called himself “the Son of Man” (Matthew 9:6).

John 10:30 is often used as proof that Jesus is God because Jesus said, “I and the father are one.”  But, if you read the next six verses, you will find Jesus explaining that his enemies were wrong to think that he was claiming to be God.  What Jesus obviously means here is that he is one with the Father in purpose.  Jesus also prayed that his disciples should be one just as Jesus and the Father are one.  Obviously, he was not praying that all his disciples should somehow merge into one individual (see John 17:11 and 22).  And when Luke reports that the disciples were all one, Luke does not mean that they became one single human being, but that they shared a common purpose although they were separate beings (see Acts 4:32).  In terms of essence, Jesus and the Father are two, for Jesus said they are two witnesses (John 8:14-18).  They have to be two, since one is greater than the other (see John 14:28).  When Jesus prayed to be saved from the cross, he said: “Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done.” (Luke 22:42).

This shows that they had two separate wills, although Jesus submitted his will to the will of the Father.  Two wills mean two separate individuals.

Furthermore, Jesus is reported to have said: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”(Matthew 27:46).  If one of them forsook the other, then they must be two separate entities.
Again, Jesus is reported to have said: “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” (Luke 23:46).  If the spirit of one can be placed into the hands of another, they must be two separate beings.
In all of these instances, Jesus is clearly subordinate to the Father.  When Jesus knelt down and prayed he obviously was not praying to himself (see Luke 22:41).  He was praying to his God.

Throughout the New Testament, the Father alone is called God.  In fact, the titles “Father” and “God” are used to designate one individual, not three, and never Jesus.  This is also clear from the fact that Matthew substituted the title “Father” in the place of the title “God” in at least two places in his Gospel (compare Matthew 10:29 with Luke 12:6, and Matthew 12:50 with Mark 3:35).  If Matthew is right in doing so, then the Father alone is God.
Was Jesus the Father?  No! Because Jesus said: “And do not call anyone on earth ‘father,’ for you have one Father, and he is in heaven.” (Matthew 23:9).  So Jesus is not the Father, since Jesus was standing on the earth when he said this.

The Quran seeks to bring people back to the true faith that was taught by Jesus, and by his true disciples who continued in his teaching.  That teaching emphasized a continued commitment to the first commandment that God is alone.  In the Quran, God directs Muslims to call readers of the Bible back to that true faith.  God have said in the Quran:
 Say: “O people of the Book (Christians and Jews)!  Come to a word that is just between us and you: that we shall worship none but God, and that we shall associate no partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords beside God.” (Quran, 3:64)



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