02. Error of the trinity.


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                                                           29 September 2018 (1440 AH).

 

1. Before the crucifixion Jesus said he is not God.

Gospel of Matthew 23:9 And call no one on earth your Father (God who is the creator of every creation), because there is only one Father (God) for you, the heavenly one.  

Note 1. God is the Father of every creation. 

Note 2. Jesus is teaching humans not to worship anything or anyone that is on the earth because everything on the earth including Jesus is a creation. 

Note 3. Jesus is teaching that nothing on the earth including Jesus is God. 

Note 4. Jesus is teaching that the only God is the one God in heaven. 

Note 5. To show that Jesus who is on the earth is not God the words “God in heaven are used” in the expression “there is only one Father (God) for you, the heavenly one.”  

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2. During the crucifixion Jesus said he is not God.

On the cross Jesus again teaches he is not God by saying “My God my God why have you forsaken me” meaning Jesus is asking God to save him and the Quran explains how God saved Jesus from death on the cross with sleep that looked like death as described in the Gospel of Mark 5:39 "... The child is not dead but sleeping", Gospel of Matthew 9:24 "... For the maiden meaning the girl has not died but sleeps ..." and the Gospel of Luke 8:52 "... She is not dead but sleeping".

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3. After the crucifixion Jesus said he is not God.

After the crucifixion Jesus again teaches he is not God in the Gospel of John 20:17 by Jesus saying “God is my God and your God” meaning God is my Lord and your Lord and saying “God is my father and your father” meaning God is my creator and your creator. 

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3a. Jesus and Moses in Torah Deuteronomy 18:18 shows “God is one God” not three in one.

Torah Deuteronomy 18:18 I (God) shall raise up for them a prophet (Prophet Joshua Yusha followed by prophet after prophet, messenger after messenger) like you (Prophet Moses Musa) from among their brothers and I (God) shall put my words in the mouth of the prophet, who shall speak to them everything that I (God) command.

Note 1. In the eyes of God Jesus is a prophet and messenger of God like Moses is a prophet and messenger of God in the Gospel of Luke 24:19 and Gospel of Matthew 21:11 below.

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Gospel of Luke 24:19 And he said to them, "What things?" And they said to him, "The things concerning Jesus the Nazarene, who was a prophet powerful in deed and in word, in the eyes of both God and all the people;  

Note 1. In the eyes of God and all the people 2000 years ago Jesus is a prophet. 

Note 2. The Jewish Bible describes many messiahs who are Jewish and none Jewish Kings or priests or judges or prophets.  

Kings or priests or judges or prophets who were anointed with oil were called a messiah. 

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Gospel of Matthew 21:11 And the crowds would say, "This is the prophet Jesus, from Nazareth, Galilee." 

Note 1. In the eyes of the people Jesus is a prophet. 

Note 2. The Jewish Bible describes many messiahs who are Jewish and none Jewish Kings or priests or judges or prophets.  

Kings or priests or judges or prophets who were anointed with oil were called a messiah. 

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3b. Jesus and Moses said “God is one God” not three in one.

Gospel of Mark 12:29 (A Jewish scribe asked what is the first commandment of God?) and Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments (of God) is, Hear (listen), O (all the children of) Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord (meaning God is one God because any other belief is idol worship).

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Gospel of Mark 13:32 "But as to that day or that hour (the time of the Day of Resurrection), no one knows, not even the angels in heaven (the Holy Spirit and the other angels who are servants of God), not even the Son (Jesus who is a servant of God), but only the Father (God, who is the Father of every creation). 

Note 1. There is only one God because no one is equal to God not Jesus and not the angels. 

Note 2. Jesus is like the angels and other creations meaning Jesus is not like God. 

In the Gospel Jesus is not God or part of God because Jesus does not know “the hour” because only God knows “the hour” meaning “God is one’ not three in one. 

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Gospel of Matthew 24:36 But as for that day and hour (of the Day of Resurrection), no one knows it except the Father (God) alone; not even the angels of heaven (the Holy Spirit and the other angels who are servants of God), not even the Son (Jesus who is a servant of God). 

 

Note 1. Only God knows the hour of the Day of Resurrection but Jesus and the Holy Spirit and every other creation does not know meaning no one is equal to God which confirms God is one person not three persons in one. 

Note 2. God shows that only God knows the hour as proof that there is only one God.

God shows that only God knows the hour as proof that God has no partners.

God shows that only God knows the hour as proof that there is only one creator.

God shows that only God knows the hour as proof that the only one who knows everything is God.

God has many servants such as Jesus and the angels in heaven but they do not know the hour because God will not reveal this information to anyone.

God knows the hour because God is the creator of every creation.

Jesus and the angels in heaven do not know the hour because they are all creations they are not the creator. 


4. Every messenger of God gives their life to God by serving humankind instead of themselves 
meaning a messenger of God is not God and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Gospel of Mark 10:45 For even the Son of Man (the human named Jesus) did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life (as) a ransom for many (in the same way as every prophet of God and every messenger of God gives his life not for himself but for the people of the Earth. Abraham and his son were tested with the threat of death like Jesus would be tested on the cross with the threat of death. Abraham and his son were saved from death like Jesus was saved from death. When Jesus said "My God my God why have you forsaken me" Jesus showed he had faith by calling God and God saved Jesus with sleep when God raised the soul of Jesus to heaven and returned the soul of Jesus to Earth three days later to wake up his sleeping body as proof that God does not forsake people when people call God for help, Jesus told people he is not God when he lived on the earth after the crucifixion by saying "God is my God and your God" meaning God is my Master and your Master meaning God is my Lord and your Lord and he said "God is my Father and your Father" meaning God is my Creator and your Creator in the Gospel of John 20:17, Quran 5:72, Quran 5:117 and Quran 19:36 as proof that no one killed Jesus on the cross or crucified him to death on the cross in other words Jesus was sleeping on the cross when everyone thought he was dead. 2000 years ago God saved the life of humans with sleep so that their body did not move making everyone think they were dead in the Injil Gospel of Mark 5:39 "... The child is not dead but sleeping", Gospel of Matthew 9:24 "... For the maiden meaning the girl has not died but sleeps ..." and the Gospel of Luke 8:52 "... She is not dead but sleeping".)."


To understand a verse put the name Moses instead of Jesus.
For even the Son of Man (the human named Moses) did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life (as) a ransom for many (in the same way as every prophet of God and every messenger of God gives his life not for himself but for humankind). 


God forbids the innocent to die for the sins of the guilty. 

God rejects the idea of innocent people being put to death for the sin of other people. 

Exodus 32:31 And (at Mount Sinai) Moses returned to the LORD (God), and said: “Oh, this people have sinned a great sin, and have made a god of gold. 

Exodus 32:32 Forgive their sin and if not then blot me (Moses) out of Your (God’s) book (of life) which You (God) have written.” 

Exodus 32:33 And the LORD said to Moses: 'Whosoever has sinned against Me (God), him I (God) will blot out of My book (of life). 

Deuteronomy 24:16 The fathers shall not be put to death for the (sins of their) children, neither shall the children be put to death for the (sins of their) fathers; every man shall be put to death for his own sin. 


Video 1: Original Sin (Adam and Eve).

https://youtu.be/5o6NVXgsvqI


Video 2: Why do We Suffer for Adam’s Sin If Judaism Rejects Vicarious Atonement? Rabbi Tovia Singer Responds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9-Q2Vyf3V4


Video 3: Were you born damned to Hell? Rabbi Tovia Singer explores the Christian Doctrine of Predestination.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGid-hxyS14

 

Video 4: Christian audience member confronts Rabbi Tovia Singer: Christian God of Love vs Jewish God of Anger.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8_rVt82weM

 

Video 5: Why did the Jews bring animal sacrifices? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiz3kIjOWNk


5. No one comes to know God except by following the message delivered by a messenger of God meaning a messenger of God is not God and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Gospel of John 14:6 Jesus says to him, "I (Jesus the messenger of God) am the way (to understanding God who is the creator of every creation), and the truth (of the existence of God) and the life (after death in Paradise for the righteous among humans). No one (2000 years ago and after that time) comes to the Father (God) except through me (Jesus, meaning except through following the message from God that was delivered through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel to Jesus in the Good News Gospel).


Before Jesus God sent Moses 3200 years ago. 

To understand a verse put the name Moses instead of Jesus.

"I (Moses the messenger of God) am the way (to understanding God who is the creator of every creation), and the truth (of the existence of God) and the life (after death in Paradise for the righteous among humans). No one (3200 years ago and after that time) comes to the Father (God) except through me (Moses, meaning except through following the message from God that was delivered through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel to Moses in the Torah Law). 

Note 1. Every messenger of God is the truth and the way and the life meaning no one comes to God unless they follow the message delivered by a messenger of God meaning a messenger of God is not God.


6. Jesus followed the instructions of God which were sent through the Holy Spirit meaning Jesus and the Holy Spirit are not God and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Gospel of Mark 1:10 And going up out of the water he (Jesus) immediately saw the heavens opening, and the Spirit as a dove (a bird, a body with wings, an angel, angel Gabriel Jibril who stands in the presence of God in the Gospel of Luke 1:19 who came to Jesus in the Gospel of Mark 1:10, Gospel of Luke 3:22, Gospel of Matthew 3:16, Gospel of John 1:32 like a dove meaning a bird, a body with wings, an angel. What stands in the presence of God is called Holy. This is why angel Gabriel Jibril is called the Holy Spirit in the same way as land in the presence of God is called Holy land or Holy ground. Angel Gabriel Jibril is called the Spirit and the Holy Spirit and the Spirit of God in the Gospel of Mark 1:10 and the Gospel of John 1:32 where the dove is “the Spirit” meaning the angel and in the Gospel of Luke 3:22 where the dove is “the Holy Spirit” meaning the Holy angel and in the Gospel of Matthew 3:16 where the dove is “the Spirit of God” meaning the angel of God. Angel Gabriel in the form of a man came with news for Mary in the Gospel of Luke 1:35 and returned in his true form as “a dove,” a bird, a body with wings, an angel, the Holy Spirit in the form of an angel who stands in the presence of God and delivered the soul of Jesus to the womb of Mary and confirmed in Quran 2:97, Quran 16:102 and Quran 53:4 – 53:5) coming down to him (Jesus).  


7. Moses and Jesus are one with God means Moses and Jesus do exactly as God has commanded meaning Moses and Jesus are not God and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Gospel of John 10:30 I (Jesus) and the Father (God) are one (in purpose because every truthful messenger obeys God by speaking in the name of God exactly what God has decreed them to speak)." 


To understand verses change the name Jesus to Moses.
I (Moses) and the Father (God) are one. 
"I and God are one" in purpose means everything that Moses speaks “in the name of God” is the word that God has put in the mouth of Moses to speak as the messenger of God 3200 years ago.


Torah Deuteronomy 18:18 “… I (God) shall put my (God’s) words in the mouth of the prophet (Prophet Joshua Yusha followed by prophet after prophet, messenger after messenger), who shall speak to them (the people) everything that I (God) command him” (to speak to you)
Note 1. Moses and Jesus and God are one in Torah Deuteronomy 18:18 because they speak with one voice and one purpose

Torah Deuteronomy 18:19
 “… whosoever will not listened to My (God’s) words which he (Prophet Joshua Yusha followed by prophet after prophet, the messenger after messenger) shall speak in My (God’s) name, I (God) will require it of him (on the Day of Judgement); 
Note 1. Moses and Jesus and God are one in Torah Deuteronomy 18:19 because they speak with one voice and one purpose.


The disciples of Jesus are one meaning the disciples of Jesus are one in purpose with God like Jesus is one in purpose with God.

Gospel of John 17:11 (Jesus the prophet and messenger and servant of God prays to God) yes, no longer am I (Jesus) to be in the world, yet they (the disciples of Jesus) are in the world, and I (Jesus) am coming to you (God). O holy Father (God), keep them (the disciples of Jesus) in your name, that flesh that you have given to me (the human called Jesus), so that they (the disciples of Jesus) may be one (in purpose), just as we (God the creator and Jesus who is the created human prophet messenger and messiah of God) are one (in purpose). 

Note 1. Jesus explains that the meaning of "Jesus is one with God" is the same meaning as the "the disciples of Jesus are one with God" meaning one in purpose meaning Jesus is not God like the disciples of Jesus are not God.


8. Jesus in the four Gospels does not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Gospel of Mark 12:29 (A Jewish scribe asked what is the first commandment of God?) and Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments (of God) is, Hear (listen), O (all the children of) Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord (God). 

Note 1. Jesus and Moses both told the people the first of all the commandments of God is “God is one” not three in one. 


9. Jesus taught the Torah meaning Jesus taught that "God is not a man" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Torah Numbers 23:19 God is not a man, that He (God) should lie; neither the son of man (a human, so), that He (God) should repent: when He (God) has said (something), will He (God) not do it? Or when He (God) has spoken, will He (God) not make it (His promise) good?

Note 1. The Torah warns humans not to confuse God with a human by reminding that God is not a man or the son of man.


10. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God is not a human being" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

1 Samuel 15:29 He (God) who is the strength of Israel does not lie or change His mind, for He (God) is not a human being, that He(God) should change His mind.

Note 1. The Jewish Bible warns humans not to confuse God with a human by reminding that God is not a human being.


Hosea 11:9 “… for I am God, and not man …”

Note 1. The Jewish Bible warns humans not to confuse God with a human.


11. Jesus taught the Hebrew Bible meaning Jesus taught that "there is no salvation in the son of man" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Psalm 146:3 (Prophet David revealed) Do not put your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no salvation. 


Gospel of John 14:28 "... the Father (God) is greater than I (Prophet Jesus).


12. Jesus taught the Hebrew Bible meaning Jesus taught that "salvation comes from God and no one elseand in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Hosea 13:4 “… you shall acknowledge no God but Me (God), and beside Me there is no savior (meaning Jesus and the Holy Spirit are not beside God in controlling the heavens and the earth because they are only the created servants of God like angels are the created servants of God meaning God is one God not three in one).


Isaiah 45:21 “… And there is no other God beside Me (God), a just God and a Saviour; there is none beside Me (meaning Jesus and the Holy Spirit are not beside God in controlling the heavens and the earth because they are only the created servants of God like angels are the created servants of God meaning God is one God not three in one). 


Isaiah 45:22 Look to Me (the one and only God) (people of) all the ends of the earth and you will be saved (in the hereafter) for I am God, and there is none else (meaning Jesus and the Holy Spirit are not beside God in controlling the heavens and the earth because they are only the created servants of God like angels are the created servants of God meaning God is one God not three in one)


Gospel of Luke 18:19 And Jesus said to him, "Why are you calling me good?  No one is good, except God alone. 


13. Trinity teaches three are equal to God but Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "no one is equal to God" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Isaiah 40:25 “To whom will you liken Me (God)that I (God) should be equal (to anyone or others so that you pray to them instead of only praying to God who created every creation)? Says the Holy One (God. Abraham and Moses and Jesus prayed only to God and to no one else). 


Isaiah 40:25 “To whom will you liken Me (God)that I (God) should be equal (to others such as creations like Jesus and the Holy Spirit)? Says the Holy One (God because Jesus and the Holy Spirit are only created servants of God like angels are the created servants of God meaning God is one God not three in one). 


Isaiah 46:5 To whom will you liken Me (God), and make Me (God) equal (to them), and compare Me (God to them), that we may be alike? 


Isaiah 46:9 Remember the former things of old (that I have taught you in the Torah): that I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like Me;


Gospel of Matthew 23:9 And call no one on earth your Father (God who is the creator of every creation), because there is only one Father (God) for you, the heavenly one. 
Note 1. God is the Father of every creation. 
Note 2. Jesus is teaching humans not to worship anything or anyone that is on the earth because everything on the earth including Jesus is a creation. 
Note 3. Jesus is teaching that nothing on the earth including Jesus is God
Note 4. Jesus is teaching that the only God is the one God in heaven. 
Note 5. To show that Jesus who is on the earth is not God the words “God in heaven are used” in the expression “there is only one Father (God) for you, the heavenly one.”
  


14. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught "there is no original sin from Adam" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Ezekiel 18:20 The soul that sinned, it shall die (a never ending death in Hell fire); the son shall not bear the wrongdoing of the father with him (meaning sin only belongs to the person who sinned meaning there is no original sin from the time of Adam which is passed on to future generations), neither shall the father bear the wrongdoing of the son with him (meaning sin only belongs to the person who sinned meaning there is no original sin from the time of Adam which is passed on to future generations); the righteousness of the righteous shall be on him (the righteous doer), and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon him (the wicked doer). 


Ezekiel 18:21 But if the wicked turn from all his sins that he has committed, and keep all My commandments, and do that which is lawful and right, he shall surely live (in Paradise), he shall not die (a never ending death in Hell fire). 


Ezekiel 18:22 None of his transgressions (wrong doing) that he has committed shall be remembered against him; for his righteousness that he has done he shall live (in Paradise). 

Note 1. Salvation comes by turning to God for forgiveness by abandoning wicked behaviour and replacing it with righteous behaviour. 

Note 2. God does not want a blood sacrifice instead God wants humans to replace wicked behaviour with righteous behaviour. 


Ezekiel 18:23 Have I any pleasure at all that the wicked should die (a never ending death in Hell fire)? said the Lord GOD; and not rather that he should return from his ways (of wicked behaviour), and live (in Paradise)? 

Note 1. God offers Paradise to everyone who abandons bad behaviour and replaces it with good behaviour because God has no pleasure in sending anyone to Hell fire. 


15. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Hosea" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Hosea 6:6 For I (God) desire mercy, and not sacrifice, and the knowledge of God rather than burnt-offerings.

Hosea 14:2 Return, O (children of) Israel, to the LORD your God for you have stumbled in your wrong doing. 

Hosea 14:3 Take with you words (of prayer to God), and return to the LORD; say to Him (God), “Forgive all (our) wrongdoing, and accept that which is good (from our good deeds in Ezekiel 18:20 – 18:23); so will we give for bullocks (sacrifice) the offering of our lips (meaning instead of offering the blood sacrifice of bullocks God tells us the forgiveness of sin comes from the offering of the lips meaning ask God for forgiveness and replace bad behaviour with good behaviour in Micah 6:6 – 6:8). 


16. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Micah" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Micah 6:6 'With what shall I come before the LORD and bow myself before the most high God? Shall I come before Him with burnt-offerings, with one year old calves? 


Micah 6:7 Will the LORD be pleased with thousands of rams (as a sacrifice) and ten thousand rivers of oil? Shall I give my first-born (child as a sacrifice) for my wrongdoing, (my first-born who is) the fruit of my body for the sin (the wrongdoing) of my soul?' 


Micah 6:8 It has been told to you O man, what is good and what the LORD does require of you: only to do justice, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God (in Ezekiel 18:20 – 18:23 and Hosea 6:6, Hosea 14:2 – 14:3 and 1 Kings 8:46 – 8:50 meaning the forgiveness of sin comes not from sacrifice but from asking God for forgiveness and replacing bad behaviour with good behaviour)



Micah 7:18 Who is a God like You, that pardons wrongdoing, and overlooks the transgression of the remnant of His heritage (the children of Israel)? He (God) does not retain His anger for ever, because He delights in (giving) mercy. 


Micah 7:19 He (God) will again have compassion on us. He will tread our wrongdoing underfoot. You (God) will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea (through the mercy of God)


Micah 7:20 You (God) will show faithfulness to Jacob and mercy to Abraham as You (God) have sworn to our fathers from the days of old. 


17. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Kings" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

1 Kings 8:46 (King and Prophet Solomon Sulaiman said) if they sin against You (God) for there is no man that does not sin and You(God) are angry with them, and deliver them to their enemy, so that they carry them as captive away to the land of the enemy, far away or near;


1 Kings 8:47 yet if they shall come to think (what they did against God) when they are in the land where they are carried captive, and turn back (repenting facing the Holy Temple mountain in Jerusalem), and make supplication (in prayer) to You (God) in the land where they were taken to as captive, saying: We have sinned, and have done wrong, we have been wicked;


1 Kings 8:48 if they turn back to You (God) with all their heart and with all their soul in the land of their enemies who took them captive, and pray to You (God, facing) toward their land (Israel), which You (God) gave to their fathers, (facing in prayer towards) the city (Jerusalem) which You (God) have chosen, and the house (Temple of God) which I (King and Prophet Solomon Sulaiman) have built for Your (God’s) name;


1 Kings 8:49 then hear You (God) their prayer and their supplication in heaven Your (God’s) dwelling-place, and uphold their cause;


1 Kings 8:50 and forgive Your (God’s) people who have sinned against You (God), and all their wrongdoings that they have wronged against You (God); and cause their captors to show them (the children of Israel) mercy. 


18. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Chroniclesand in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

2 Chronicles 7:14 If My people, upon whom My name is called, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their evil ways; then will I (God) hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 


19. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Danieland in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Daniel 4:24 Therefore O King may my counsel be acceptable to you, atone for your sins with righteousness, and your wrongdoings with mercy to the oppressed …”

20. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Samueland in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

2 Samuel 12:13 And King David said to Prophet Nathan: 'I have sinned against the LORD (God).And Nathan said to David: 'The LORD has put away your sin (because you admitted it and you repented); you shall not die. 


21. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Isaiahand in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Isaiah 1:16 Wash yourselves and make yourselves clean, remove the evil of your doings from before My (God’s) eyes, stop doing evil; 

Isaiah 1:17 Learn to do good; seek justice, rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, plead for the widow. 

Isaiah 1:18 Come now, and let us reason together, said the LORD; though your sins be as scarlet (very great), they shall be as white as snow (completely forgiven); though they be red like crimson (very great)they shall be as wool (completely forgiven).

Isaiah 1:19 If you be willing and obedient, you shall eat the good of the land; 


Isaiah 55:6 Seek the LORD while He (God) may be found, call on Him while He is near; 

Isaiah 55:7 Let the wicked forsake his way, and the man of wrongdoing (forsake) his (evil) thoughts; and let him return to the LORD (God) that He (God) may have mercy on them, and (to whoever turns) to our God, for He (God) will abundantly pardon (them who turn away from wickedness). 


22. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Jeremiahand in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Jeremiah 36:3 It may be that the house of Judah will hear all the disasters which I (God) purpose to do to them; that they may return every man from his evil way, and I (God) may forgive their wrongdoing and their sin. 


23. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Joband in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Job 22:23 If you return to the Almighty you will be restored, if you remove unrighteousness from your tents, 


24. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Jonahand in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Jonah 3:6 And the news (that God would destroy Nineveh in 40 days) reached the king of Nineveh, and he arose from his throne, and laid his robe from him, and covered him with sackcloth, and sat in ashes. 


Jonah 3:7 And he caused it to be proclaimed and published through Nineveh by the decree of the king and his nobles, saying: 'Let neither man nor beast, herd nor flock, taste anything; let them not feed, nor drink water; 


Jonah 3:8 but let them be covered with sackcloth, both man and beast, and let them cry mightily to God; let everyone turn from his evil way, and from the violence that is in their hands. 


Jonah 3:9 Who knows whether God will not turn and repent (from the threat to destroy us), and turn away from His fierce anger, so that we do not perish?' 


Jonah 3:10 And God saw their works, that they turned from their evil way; and God repented of the disaster, which He said He would do to them; and He (God forgave their sins and) did not do it (meaning God forgave them and God did not destroy them).


25. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Proverband in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Proverbs 11:4 Riches do not profit (humans) on the day of wrath (God’s anger towards the wicked on the Day of Judgement); but righteousness delivers (humans) from death (on the Day of Resurrection and God’s mercy to the righteous on the Day of Judgement).

Proverb 15:8 The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the LORD (God); but the prayer of the upright is His (God’s) delight. 

Proverbs 21:3 To do righteousness and justice is more acceptable to the LORD (God) than sacrifice. 

26. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in the Psalmsand in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Psalm 32:5 (King David) acknowledged my sin to You (God), and my wrongdoing and I did not hid (it from God); I said: 'I will make confession concerning my wrongdoing to the LORD (God)' and You (God) forgave the wrongdoing of my sin. 


Psalm 51:17 O Lord (God), open my lips and my mouth shall declare Your praise. 

Psalm 51:18 For You (God) do not delight in sacrifice or else I would give it; You (God) have no pleasure in burnt-offering. 

Psalm 51:19 The sacrifices acceptable to God is a broken spirit (that is repenting to God); a broken and a contrite heart (asking forgiveness for sin), O God, You (God) will not despise. 


Psalm 78:35 And they remembered that God was their Rock, and the Most High God their redeemer. 

Psalm 78:36 But they flattered Him (with nice words) with their mouth, and lied to Him (God) with their tongue. 

Psalm 78:37 For their heart (some of the children of Israel) was not steadfast with Him (God), neither were they faithful in His (God’s) covenant. 

Psalm 78:38 But He (God) being full of compassion, forgave their wrongdoing and did not destroy them; often He (God) restrains His anger and does not stir up all His wrath. 

Psalm 78:39 So He (God) remembered that they were only flesh (human), (like) a wind that passes away and does not come again (meaning God has mercy to forgive faults in human weakness). 


27. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forgives sin without a blood sacrifice in Amosand in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Amos 5:22 though you offer me burnt-offerings and your meal-offerings, I (God) will not accept them; neither will I (God) regard the peace-offerings of your fat beasts. 

Amos 5:23 Take away from Me (God) the noise of your songs; and let Me (God) not hear the melody of your harps. 

Amos 5:24 But let justice well up (from you) like waters (well up)and righteousness (flow from you) like a mighty stream.


28. Jesus taught the Jewish Bible meaning Jesus taught that "God forbids killing the innocent for the sins of the guilty" and in the Gospels Jesus did not teach that "God is a Trinity."

Exodus 32:31 And (at Mount Sinai) Moses returned to the LORD (God), and said: “Oh, this people have sinned a great sin, and have made a god of gold. 

Exodus 32:32 Forgive their sin and if not then blot me (Moses) out of Your (God’s) book (of life) which You (God) have written.” 

Exodus 32:33 And the LORD said to Moses: 'Whosoever has sinned against Me (God), him I (God) will blot out of My book (of life). 

Note 1. God forbids innocent people being put to death for the sin of other people and God says It is done by idol worshippers in Deuteronomy 12:31.


Deuteronomy 12:31 You shall not do so to the LORD your God; for every abomination to the LORD (God), which He (God) hates, have they (the idol worshippers) done to their gods; for even their sons and their daughters do they (the idol worshippers) burn in the fire to their gods.

Note 1. God hates the killing of innocent people and God says It is done by idol worshippers.


Deuteronomy 24:16 The fathers shall not be put to death for the (sins of their) children, neither shall the children be put to death for the (sins of their) fathers; every man shall be put to death for his own sin. 

Note 1. God forbids innocent people being put to death for the sin of other people and God says It is done by idol worshippers in Deuteronomy 12:31.


29. The word "Trinity" is not in the Jewish Bible or the Christian Bible.
In the four Gospels Jesus did not bring a message from God that "God is a Trinity" meaning Trinity was invented after Jesus delivered the Gospel.
What will people say if on the Day of Judgement they are asked to show were in the Jewish Bible or in the Christian Bible God said "He is a Trinity?" 

30. Where do beliefs like Trinity that are not in the four Gospels come from?
The four Gospels do not teach that "Jesus is God" or that "Original Sin" exists or that "God is a Trinity" meaning these ideas come from books and letters outside the Gospels which have been included in the 27 books of the New Testament Christian Bible however none of these books and letters mentions the word Trinity. 

A. The Christian books that contradict the Jewish Bible. 

These books contradict the Jewish Bible and the Quran meaning they teach or lead people to the following teachings.

a. God is a Trinity meaning God is three in one or 
b. Son of God is a real biological son of God or 
c. The only begotten Son of God is a real biological son of God or 
d. Jesus an innocent man died for the sins of humans meaning all humans are born with the original sin of Adam or 
e. Forgiveness of sin comes through faith alone.

1. The book of Acts of the Apostles.
2. The book of Romans 
3. The book of First Corinthians. 
4. The book of Second Corinthians. 
5. The book of Galatians. 
6. The book of Ephesians. 
7. The book of Philippians. 
8. The book of Colossians. 
9. The book of First Thessalonians. 
10. The book of Second Thessalonians. 
11. The book of First Timothy. 
12. The book of Titus. 
13. The book of Hebrews.
14. The book of First Peter.
15. The book of Second Peter.
16. The book of First John.
17. The book of Second John.
18. The book of Jude.
19. The book of Revelation.
20. The Gospel of Barnabas (not among the 27 books in Christianity).


B. The Christian books that confirm the Jewish Bible. 
These Books confirm the Jewish Bible and the Quran meaning they contain the following teachings. 
a. God is one God meaning God is alone with no partners or
b. Son of God means servant of God or
c. The only begotten Son of God means the servant of God with supreme authority to deliver the word of God to the people in his time or
d. Sin belongs only to the person who sinned meaning humans are born with no sin or
e. Forgiveness of sin comes from the mercy of God or asking God for forgiveness and replacing bad behaviour with good behaviour.

1. The Gospel of Matthew (interpreted in agreement with the Jewish Bible). 
2. The Gospel of Mark (interpreted in agreement with the Jewish Bible). 
3. The Gospel of Luke (interpreted in agreement with the Jewish Bible). 
4. The Gospel of John (interpreted in agreement with the Jewish Bible). 
5. The book of Second Timothy. 
6. The book of Philemon. 
7. The book of James. 
8. The book of Second John 
(if interpreted in agreement with the Jewish Bible).

9. The book of Third John. 


C. The teaching of Jesus and Paul are two different teachings.

Paul never met Jesus but claimed he saw Jesus in dream.

 

Torah Deuteronomy 13:2 If there comes in the midst of you a prophet, or a dreamer of dreams and he gives you a sign or a wonder, 


Torah Deuteronomy 13:3 and the sign or the wonder happens and then he spoke to you saying: "Let us go after other gods (not the one God but a God who is “three in one”), which you have not known, and let us serve them (not the one God but a God who is “three in one”)'; 


Torah Deuteronomy 13:4 you shall not listen to the words of that prophet, or to that dreamer of dreams; for the LORD your God is testing you to know whether you love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul.


The four Gospels are confirmed by the Quran meaning the four Gospels teach “God is one” not three in one.

a. The four Gospels are four reports of what Jesus said. 

b. We do not know who wrote the four Gospels which are traditionally given the names Mark, Matthew, Luke and John however these names are not on the cover of the earliest manuscripts meaning they were added later as God decreed.

c. The four Gospels have contradictions as proof they were written by four men.

d. In the Quran God tells us the Gospel is in the hands of the Christians meaning God decreed that Christians would have the four reports of Jesus in the form of these four Gospels. 

e. Nothing in the four Gospels supports the belief in Trinity or in Original sin. These beliefs cannot be found in the four Gospels.

f. Trinity and Original Sin and the teaching that the Torah law does not apply to the Jewish people today contained in Christian teachings is opposite to what Jesus teaches in the four Gospels.

g, Misguidance in understanding the four Gospels come from letters written by Paul see the videos below.

h. What Paul says in his letters and what Jesus said in the four Gospels are two different opposite teachings. 

In the letters of Paul which are part of the New Testament Christian Bible Paul teaches that the Jews do not need to follow the Torah. 

Jesus in the Gospel teaches that the Jews must follow the Torah forever and this is the same teaching found in the Torah and it is the teaching delivered to the Jews by Moses and every other messenger and prophet in the Jewish Bible.

The teachings in the letters of Paul and in the Gospel delivered by Jesus are opposite teachings. 

i. There are many manuscripts and God decrees which are accepted by the Christian community.

j. In the same way as some verses in the Gospel have a note saying “this verse is not in the earliest manuscript” I suggest that the Christian community add notes to verses we know Jesus Isa did not say on the basis that Jesus taught the Torah meaning Jesus would not have quoted Jewish Bible verses out of context. 

k. It is not correct to teach in the Gospels the quoting of Jewish Bible verses out of context except as proof it is the opinion of men as God has decreed. Jesus the teacher would never quote Jewish Bible verses out of context.

l. It is God who decrees which manuscripts Christians accepted in the past and what they will accept in the future.

m. Since we know that misunderstandings of the Jewish Bible verses in the Gospels come from the four unknown men who wrote those Gospels then men and women in the Christian community today should consider adding notes to verses saying “this verse quotes the Jewish Bible verse out of context and Jesus who was a teacher of the Jewish Bible would not quote Jewish Bible verses out of context” as explained in j above.

n. The Christian community should add notes to all letters and books in the 27 books in the New Testament Bible which teach the opposite to what Jesus is teaching in the four Gospels by stating "this letter or book teaches the opposite to what Jesus is teaching in the four Gospels."

o. None of the above suggestions is possible unless God wills it because these are the books decreed by God for the Christian community.

p. The Quran confirms and explains the story of Prophet Jesus Isa in the four Gospels.

q. If today or in the future God willed the addition of notes showing which Jewish verses are quoted out of context in the four Gospels and/or the addition of notes showing which letters and books in the 27 books in the New Testament Bible teach the opposite to what Jesus is teaching in the four Gospels then this would not change the fact that the Quran is confirming and explaining the story in the four Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John which were in the hands of the Christians 1400 years ago and today.


Video 1: Was Paul a Rabbi, an ignoramus, or a charlatan? Rabbi Tovia Singer responds. (Paul’s claim in Galatians 3:16 about the “seed” and “seeds” of Abraham in Torah Genesis 17:7-17:8 is discussed 8 minutes and 15 seconds into this video 8:15 and show Paul’s poor understanding of both Hebrew and the Torah). 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtgfS40f0w4


Video 2: Paul corrupted the Hebrew Scriptures and could not have been a Pharisee, explains Rabbi Tovia Singer. (Paul’s lack of knowledge in 1 Corinthians 9:9-9:10 on the treatment of animals in Torah Deuteronomy 25:4 is discussed 7 minutes 55 seconds into this video 7:55).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0J2ZJTzuro


Video 3: Judaism and Christianity on salvation: Rabbi Tovia Singer explains why Paul corrupted Scripture. (At 4 minutes and 30 seconds 4:30 Paul takes Deuteronomy 30:11-14 where God says you can do the Torah laws and Paul says no one can do the Torah laws because of what came to be called “Original Sin.” In Roman 10:6-10:8 Paul removes the last words of God about the Torah law “you can do it”).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_swkKnSFX8


Video 4: New Testament claims God will not forgive sin without a sacrifice; Rabbi Tovia Singer proves Paul is wrong!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOMGzUp6pxk 


Video 5: Salvation and Redemption A Jewish Perspective. NetivOnline.

(At 4 minutes 40 seconds and 21 minutes 00 seconds 4:49 and 21:00 are the 70 sacrifices in the Jewish Temple offered on behalf of the 70 nations of the world to seek atonement so that the world will merit rain in the coming year.

At 10 minutes 00 seconds 10:00 in the time of Moses all nations worshipped through sacrifice so God allowed sacrifice to be a worship of Him only to move the children of Israel away from the idol worship which was around them. Sacrifice was not commanded by God but was allowed by God.

At 14 minutes 30 seconds 14:30 sacrifices were a free will offering.

At 32 minutes 00 seconds 32:00 the Jewish Bible Tanakh compared to the Christian New Testament Bible.

At 51 minutes 45 seconds 51:45 the Messiah Moshiach in the Jewish Bible Tanakh. Isaiah 45:1 is Cyrus the anointed. Messiah or anointed one? Daniel 9:25 is an “anointed Prince” and ends with the Hebrew semicolon to show this sentence ends. Daniel 9:26 is an “anointed one.” Daniel 9:25 and Daniel 9:26 are two different people in two different times.

At 1 hour 06 minutes and 15 seconds 1:06:15 is Isaiah 53 where the suffering servant is Israel as seen in Isaiah 49:1-49:8. Isaiah 49:6 “... I will also give you for a light of the nations, that My salvation may be to the end of the earth” meaning through the light of the Torah which is with the children of Israel the salvation of God will come to all the world. The four servant songs of Isaiah are Isaiah 42:1-42:4, Isaiah 49:1-49:6, Isaiah 50:4-50:9 and Isaiah 52:13-53:12.

At 1 hour 22 minutes 55 seconds 1:22:55 is Isaiah 53:7 in Psalm 44:11-44:12, Isaiah 53:7 “land of the living” is an idiom for the land of Israel as seen in Jeremiah 11:19 and Psalm 52:7, Isaiah 53:8-53:9). 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIO6zblMW00


Video 6: How to respond to Christians who argue that Jesus Is God! Rabbi Tovia Singer shows Indonesians.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaDD90mUfsw


Video 7: Original Sin (Adam and Eve).

https://youtu.be/5o6NVXgsvqI


See 1. Paul questions and answers 1.

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran 


See 2. Paul questions and answers 2.

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/questions-and-answers


31. Conclusion.
To think that Jesus is God because of what Jesus knew and what Jesus did would be the same error as thinking Moses is God because of what Moses knew and what Moses did.
Both Moses and Jesus could do nothing without God.
Both Moses and Jesus were messengers of God.
Both Moses and Jesus delivered the words of God.
Both Moses and Jesus are not God or partners with God or part of God.
Both Moses in the Torah and Jesus in the Gospel of Jesus by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John did not claim to be God.
Trinity was invented after the death of Jesus.
Trinity is not in the Gospel of Jesus by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John.
The Gospel and Torah confirm each other and deliver the same message that there is one God who is the creator of every creation.
To understand the meaning of verses in the Gospel put the word Moses instead of Jesus.

Respect people who both believe and disbelieve in Trinity because your belief is meaningless if you do not behave respectfully to people who have different beliefs to yours in Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8.
Belief without good behavior on the earth is a false belief in God so always be good. 

Quran 6:158 Verse 6:158 "... belief in it (God and the Day of Resurrection and Judgement) shall not help any soul …. if in belief (he or she) did not earn good (by doing righteous deeds in their life). ....” 
Quran 41:8 Verse 41:8 “For those who believe and do good deeds, for them is an everlasting reward (in Paradise Jannah).” 

Video: The love between Muslims and Christians 1400 years ago  https://www.facebook.com/LetsKnowOurGod/videos/767391953329238

Quran 2:62 Verse 2:62 (In the hereafter) truly those (Muslims) who believed and those who are Jews, Christians and Sabians, whoever believed in God and the Last Day (The Day of Resurrection) and did good deeds, they shall have their reward from their Lord, and they shall not fear or grieve (and this is confirmed in Quran 6:158 for those in the hereafter who “believed” and did good deeds. Quran 5:69 repeats Quran 2:62 meaning stop and think about what God is saying in these verses confirming what is in the Hebrew Bible and the Gospel Injil of the promise of Paradise Jannah from God in the books of God on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement for those who “believed” and did good deeds. The Quran brings the same truth which God brought to the Jewish people in the Hebrew Bible and to the Christian people in the Gospel Injil of Jesus Isa by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John. The Quran is a confirmer of what came before it in the same way as the Gospel Injil is a confirmer of what came before it meaning the Books of God confirm each other as proof God is real and as proof His promise is real as explained in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQ3o3ybc-KA showing that without His permission no one can change His words in His Books which are with all humans today and until the Day of Judgement so that you can believe God is real and His promise is real).
Note 1. The Jews who believed in God and did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 2. The Christians who believed in God and 
did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 3. The Sabians who believed in God and 
did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 4. The Muslims who believed in God and 
did good deeds go to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 5. Everyone who believed in God and 
did good deeds goes to Paradise Jannah. 
Note 6. This revelation is so important that God has repeated it in Quran 5:69.

Quran 3:19 Verse 3:19 The religion near God is submission (to Adonai Allah Elohim God G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH. In Quran 3:18 “there is no God but God” then in Quran 3:19 “The religion near God is submission” to God then in Quran 3:20 “submit yourselves to God.” Islam has two meanings, the general meaning is submission in Quran 3:19 meaning anyone who submits to God such as Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the past and the Jews who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:113 – 3:115 and the Christians who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:82 – 5:85 and all humans in future in the hereafter who “believed” and did good deeds including Jews and Christians and others in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69 and Quran 6:158. If Quran 3:19 had the specific meaning of “Islam” instead of the general meaning of “submission” then it would mean no people except the people from the religion of Islam would be in Paradise Jannah meaning all the prophets and people before Islam would be the losers in the hereafter which is not correct because it contradicts other verses in the Quran and it does not make sense meaning the word Islam in Quran 3:19 is the general meaning “submission” and not the specific meaning “Islam”). Those who were given the Scripture (the Jews with the Torah Taurat and the Christians with the Gospel Injil) did not differ except from mutual jealousy after knowledge had come to them (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil)And whoever disbelieves in the revelations of God then surely God is strict in calling them to account (in the hereafter meaning Muslims who follow Quran 47:19 “…there is no God except God …” and Jews who follow Torah Exodus 20:2 “.... You shall have no other gods before Me God” and Christians who follow the Gospel of Jesus Isa by Luke 4:8 “… You shall worship the Lord your God, and him only shall you serve” and who did good deeds are all promised Paradise Jannah in Quran 2:62, Quran 4:123, Quran 5:69, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8. The specific meaning of Islam is revealed 3 months before the death of Prophet Muhammad in the farewell speech of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:3 which God tells us is the last verse in the Quran because God says He has “perfected and completed” the religion meaning the Quran and approved the name of the religion as “Islam” in Quran 5:3. This confirms that the meaning of Islam in Quran 3:19 is the general meaning “submission” meaning every human from the beginning of time until the Day of Resurrection who submitted to God and did good deeds will be successful in the hereafter as confirmed in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69, Quran 4:123, Quran 6:158 and Quran 41:8 showing that the correct meaning of this verse is “the religion near God is submission” to God from the beginning of time until the Day of Resurrection. Judaism is the religion of submission in Torah Exodus 20:2, Christianity is the religion of submission in Gospel of Jesus Isa by Luke 4:8 and Islam is the religion of submission in Quran 47:19. This is confirmed and explained in Quran 3:64 "let us come to an agreement between Jews and Christians and us Muslims that we shall worship no one but God" and Quran 5:48 "For each community of Jews, Christians and Muslims God has appointed a divine law and a way of submission. If God willed God could have made Jews, Christians and Muslims one community. But God tests the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims by what God has given you in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran to show who is best in behaviour. So strive for all that is good. To God you shall all return and God shall then inform you in the Hereafter about the correctness of the religious matters in which you the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims argue among each other"). 

Quran 3:85 Verse 3:85 And whoever seeks a religion other than submission (to Allah Adonai Allaah Elohim God G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH which includes every human from the beginning of time until the end of timefor example stone idol worship) it shall not be accepted by Him (God) in the Hereafter and (such a person) shall be one of the losers (in the hereafter. Islam has two meanings, the general meaning is submission in Quran 3:85 meaning anyone who submits to God such as Prophet Abraham Ibrahim in the past and the Jews who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 3:113 – 3:115 and the Christians who are promised Paradise Jannah in the time of Prophet Muhammad in Quran 5:82 – 5:85 and all humans in future in the hereafter who “believed” and did good deeds including Jews and Christians and others in Quran 2:62, Quran 5:69 and Quran 6:158. If Quran 3:85 had the specific meaning of “Islam” instead of the general meaning of “submission” then it would mean no people except the people from the religion of Islam would be in Paradise Jannah meaning all the prophets and people before Islam would be the losers in the hereafter which is not correct because it contradicts other verses in the Quran and it does not make sense meaning the word Islam in Quran 3:85 is the general meaning “submission” and not the specific meaning “Islam”).
Note 1. The Muslim religion Islam is the religion of submission to God (Quran 3:64).
Note 2. The Jewish religion Judaism is the religion of submission to God (Quran 3:64).
Note 3. The Christian religion Christianity is the religion of submission to God (Quran 3:64).

Quran 3:64 Verse 3:64 Say, “O People of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians) let us come to an agreement between you and us (Muslims), that we shall worship no one but God, and that we shall ascribe no partner to Him (meaning, there is only one God, we pray only to our creator the one God and no one else, not to sons, not to saints, not to any idol), and that none of us shall take others for Lords instead of God.” And if they turn away, then say, “Bear witness that we (are the ones who truly believe in God and we) have submitted to Him (God, to the will of God).” 
Note 1. God does not require humans to all be in one religion (Quran 5:48).
Note 2.  God does require that every religion worship only God (Quran 3:85).
Note 3.  God says if the Jews and the Christians and others worship only God like the Muslims worship only God then the Jews and the Christians and others are correctly guided by God (Quran 3:64). 

Quran 4:123 Verse 4:123 (Entry to Paradise Jannah) shall not be based on your (the Muslim's) desires or on the desires of the people of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians). (Instead) whoever does wrong (on the earth) shall earn (the punishment for the wrong) and that person shall not find any protector or helper other than God (in the hereafter).
Note 1. God will judge Muslims and Christians and Jews and every creation justly in the hereafter.

Quran 5:48 Verse 5:48 And to you (Prophet Muhammad) We (God) revealed the Scripture (the Quran) with the truth that confirmed the Scripture that was before it (in the Gospel Injil and the Torah Taurat) and (for you Prophet Muhammad to be) a guardian over it (the Quran). So judge between them (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what God has revealed (to you Prophet Muhammad) and do not let their desires move you away from the truth that has come to you. For each (community of Jews, Christians and Muslims) We (God) have appointed a divine law and a way (of religion). If God willed He (God) could have made you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) one community. But He (God) tests you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) by what He (God) has given you (in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran to show who is best in behaviour). So strive for all that is good. To God you shall all return and He (God) shall then inform you (in the Hereafter) about (the correctness of) the religious matters in which you (the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims) argue among each other. 
Note 1. God does not require humans to all be in one religion (Quran 5:48).
Note 2. God does require that every religion worship only God (Quran 3:85).
Note 3. God says if the Jews and the Christians and others worship only God like the Muslims worship only God then the Jews and the Christians and others are correctly guided by God (Quran 3:64). 
Note 4. God commands the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims to do what is good according to what God has given them in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran to show which humans are the best in behaviour.
Note 5. God says that on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement in the hereafter every human will return to God and God shall inform them about the religious matters about which they argued.
Note 6. God protects the Torah Taurat for every Jewish generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 
Note 7. God protects the Gospel Injil for every Christian generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 
Note 8. God protects the Koran Quran for every Muslim generation until the Day of Judgement (Quran 5:48). 
Note 9. Entry to Paradise the Garden of Eden the Garden of Righteousness Jannah is not based on the question of Sunni or Shia or Muslim or Jew or Christian but it is based on your good behaviour towards all humans and creatures in this world and your relationship with God (Quran 5:48).

Note 10. In the sight of humans Judaism and Christianity and Sabians and Islam are different religions. 

Note 11. In the sight of God Judaism and Christianity and Sabians and Islam are “different communities of God” because they were all created by God for only one reason which is “to submit to God.”


God Allah Adonai Allaah Elohim G-d HaShem Jehovah Yahweh YHWH calls on Jews and Christians and Muslims and all humans to voluntarily come together in each generation and testify their submission to God.
Quran 3:64 Verse 3:64 Say, “O People of the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians) let us come to an agreement between you and us (Muslims), that we shall worship no one but God, and that we shall ascribe no partner to Him (meaning, there is only one God, we pray only to our creator the one God and no one else, not to sons, not to saints, not to any idol), and that none of us shall take others for Lords instead of God.” And if they turn away, then say, “Bear witness that we (are the ones who truly believe in God and we) have submitted to Him (God, to the will of God).” 

Quran 4:114 Verse 4:114 There is no good in most of their (the people’s) private conversation except in the person who calls for charity, kindness and peace making between humans, he (the person) who does this (charity, kindness and peace making between humans) and seeks the approval of God, We (Godshall give them a great reward (in Paradise Jannah in the Hereafter).

Quran 98:5 Verse 98:5 They (the Jews and the Christians) were not commanded anything (from God in the Torah Taurat and in the Gospel Injil) except that they (the Jews and the Christians) should worship God and be faithful in religion to Him (God) and establish prayer (only to the one God who created them) and give charity (to the needy people). That is the correct religion of God. 
Note 1. God explains why Judaism with the Torah Taurat and Christianity with the Gospel Injil and Islam with the Quran are the same belief in one God who is the creator of every creation.


Reference:

1. Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.

The key to Jewish Muslim Christian interfaith dialogue. The key to Muslim Jewish Christian inter faith dialogue.

302 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jewish-christian-muslim-interfaith-dialogue 
302A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jewish-muslim-christian-interfaith-dialogue 
302B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/muslim-jewish-christian-inter-faith-dialogue


2. Video: Christian audience member confronts Rabbi Tovia Singer: Christian God of Love vs Jewish God of Anger.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8_rVt82weM 


3. Questions and answers 1.

Trinity questions and answers.
New Testament Christian Bible questions and answers.
Paul questions and answers.

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran 


4Questions and answers 2.

More Trinity questions and answers.
More New Testament Christian Bible questions and answers.
More Paul questions and answers.

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/questions-and-answers  


5.  Is Jesus God? Is Isa God? 

289-1 part 1 https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-jesus-god  

289-2 part 2 https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-jesus-god-1   

289-3 part 3 https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-jesus-god-2   

289-4 part 4 https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-jesus-god-3


6. The 8 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Mark. 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5 


7. The 50 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Matthew. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7 


8. The 377 signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of Luke. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke 


9. The hundreds of signs of Prophet Muhammad in the Gospel of John. 
https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3 


10. God protects the Torah, Gospel and Koran. Allah protects the Taurat, Injil and Quran.

04 god http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-protects-his-torah-gospel-and-quran    

04A allah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   






 

 Interpretations of the Quran (Al-Quran, Al Quran).

 

This is an interpretation of some of the meanings in the Quran. 
This is not a perfect translation of the Quran because the Quran is in the Arabic language. 
The Arabic language in the Quran must be understood as it was understood over 1400 years ago. 
God guides who He wills to the correct understanding of the Quran. 
In the English language the word Allah is God. 
Allah (God) is the creator of the Jews, Christians, Muslims and everyone and everything that exists.

 

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