Why do Christians get angry when Muslims say that Jesus was a Prophet?
Jesus was a practising jew. There is no trinity in the jewish creed. The jews say the God of the Old Testament is not a trinity, and this is why no Prophet ever mentioned the trinity.
Btw, lets make man in 'our' image is using the royal we to show importance. The Queen of England refers to herself as 'we'
'Surely, they have disbelieved who say: "Allah is the Messiah ['Iesa (Jesus)], son of Maryam (Mary)." But the Messiah ['Iesa (Jesus)] said: "O Children of Israel! Worship Allah, my Lord and your Lord." Verily, whosoever sets up partners in worship with Allah, then Allah has forbidden Paradise for him, and the Fire will be his abode. And for the Zalimun (polytheists and wrongdoers) there are no helpers.' (Qur'an 5:72)
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Pride my friend
- Sky_blueLv 41 decade ago
Jehovah seemed many times mentioned in plural, even regarded themselves as two people.
The Old Testament also talks about all Christ, the Father and the Holy Spirit.
Christians don't get angry when people call Jesus just a person. But i still don't understand that if he was a prophet, why don't people believe what he said.
::edit:: by the way, 1 john 5:7 isn't supposed to be a part of scripture.
- Jason WLv 41 decade ago
Jesus, the Messiah, was “The Prophet,” the long-awaited one foretold by Moses. (Joh 1:19-21, 25-27; 6:14; 7:40; De 18:18, 19; Ac 3:19-26) His ability to perform powerful works and to discern matters in a way beyond the ordinary caused others to recognize him as a prophet. (Lu 7:14-16; Joh 4:16-19; compare 2Ki 6:12.) More than all others he was one in God’s “intimate group.” (Jer 23:18; Joh 1:18; 5:36; 8:42) He regularly quoted earlier prophets as testifying to his divine commission and office. (Mt 12:39, 40; 21:42; Lu 4:18-21; 7:27; 24:25-27, 44; Joh 15:25) He foretold the manner of his own betrayal and death, that as a prophet he would die at Jerusalem, “the killer of the prophets,” that his disciples would abandon him, that Peter would deny him three times, that he would be resurrected on the third day—many of these prophecies being based on earlier prophecies in the Hebrew Scriptures. (Lu 13:33, 34; Mt 20:17-19; 26:20-25, 31-34) Beyond this, he foretold the destruction of Jerusalem and its temple. (Lu 19:41-44; 21:5-24) The precise fulfillment of all of these things within the life of those hearing him gave solid basis for faith and conviction as to the fulfillment of his prophecies relating to his presence.—Compare Mt 24; Mr 13; Lu 21.Source(s): Jesus was a Prophet, sent by his Father Jehovah GOD.
- arletaLv 44 years ago
Jesus is in historic previous and you're making this as much as confuse people. except you have been lied to. Muhammad is basically as real as Jesus and that they are the two historic figures, so end taking part in video games. Christians are no longer indignant at Islam, they are indignant at loopy terrorists who're frequently radical Muslims who opt to coach the international into Muslims in any different case be killed.
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- 1 decade ago
I think you misinterpret the trinity, It's all one. "In the beginning was the word, and the word became flesh." I've been told the Greek translation for what we say as "word" could also mean "logic" or "truth". Father, Son, Holy Spirit aren't three different things, it's the same thing in different Application if you will. You even refer to Jesus as Messiah. Us too. Anyone that can explain it better feel free to correct my wording.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Truelly I say to you, that you are lost.
Be it so that the ungodly say blasphemy against Christ Jesus.
It is written:
1 John 5:7 (King James Version)
7For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.
John 1:1-5 (King James Version)
1In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
2The same was in the beginning with God.
3All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
4In him was life; and the life was the light of men.
5And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
The bible was completed by Messianic Jews. Thus, it is known that if a Muslim is to be true to him/her self, he/she must know that Jesus Christ created all of creation. Thus, he is not a prophet. He is God in the flesh.
- tracy211968Lv 61 decade ago
John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believe in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life" Jesus Christ is the Son of God!!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I'm a Christian and I don't get angry when Muslims say that Jesus was a Prophet. It doesn't bother me or maybe I just don't care. Free speech and opinion, say whatever you want.
- mark gLv 61 decade ago
I know of no christian that gets mad about Muslims calling Jesus a prophet. Why should they?
- -♦One-♦-Love♦-Lv 71 decade ago
Do you get angry when they don't accept muhammed as the last prophet? It's an insult wokring both ways!
- chris_muriel007Lv 41 decade ago
first of all you must understand that the "eloheem" is plural.
the Jews have no concept of God.
they believe in gods.. of which YHVH was the "el elyon" or MOST HIGH GOD.