A Comparative Study of why the Holiness Jesus s (AS) name is called  the word of Allah in the Holy Quran and the New Testament
The vocabulary "word" has been used twenty-eight times in the Holy Quran, and several meanings are mentioned for it in the available interpretations, including the rule and promise of divine and the word of tawhid; one of which is Jesus (AS). Three verses are referred to Jesus (AS) as "the word of God". The commentators have ascribed various purposes for assigning this name to him, including his development and creation by the word "Be". In the New Testament, he is also called "word" or "logos". Among the gospels, the Gospel of John signifies Jesus Christ (AS) into the divine sight and creativity after His interpretation which is in line with the current trinity belief in Christians. While this view is completely different from the Quranic view about "the word of Allah”; the perception of the “word” is not the same in the gospels before John, but it is close to the Holy Quran's view.
Journal of Comparative Interpretation Studies, Volume:2 Issue: 3, 2017
29 to 47
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