A Study of the Perspectives of the Quran and the New Testament on Christ’s Divinity

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According to the Qur'an, Jesus Christ considers himself a servant of God and does not consider himself GodAnd this is while Trinitarian Christians claim that Jesus Christ claimed his divinity in the New Testament.And this issue is considered a contradiction between the Qur'an and the New Testament according to the interpretation of Trinitarian Christians.The question raised in this research is "Do the texts of the New Testament claim the divinity of Christ?" Or do they deny this issue? »The purpose of this research is to show the alignment of the Holy Quran with the New Testament in denying the divinity of Jesus Christ.In the interpretations of the Qur'an, the reference to the verses of the New Testament in the negation of the Christian divinity is clearly evident in the interpretation of the related verses of the Qur'an.The results of this research show that Jesus denied his divinity dozens of times in the Bible in different ways.and removes any doubts about this;The research method in this research is based on textual analysis and interpretation of the holy text to the holy text.

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Persian
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Journal of Philosophy & Theology, Volume:28 Issue: 2, 2023
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26 to 53
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