OpenStudy (anonymous):

What does the Islamic view of the Christian figure Jesus suggest about the Islamic faith? A. Islam considers Jesus a Semitic historical figure like Muhammad. B. Islam considers Jesus a contemporary of Muhammad. C. Islam is tolerant of people with other religious beliefs. D. Islam has some polytheistic characteristics at its core.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (study312):

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1 year ago
OpenStudy (irishboy123):

they consider him a prophet, but a minor one. it's all up there with Hansel & Gretel and the 3 Little Pigs!!

1 year ago
OpenStudy (ikram002p):

well he is prophet but not minor =D in Islam all prophets alike so they value Jesus the same way they value Mohammad. but they think of Jesus as a human and not the son of God (here is the difference btw Christianity and Islam ).

1 year ago
OpenStudy (ikram002p):

and one more thing... in Islamic myth Jesus still alive and was never crucified.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (irishboy123):

we need to fight loads of wars over this stuff ;-|

1 year ago
OpenStudy (ikram002p):

idk lol but all options seems correct :O

1 year ago
OpenStudy (faiqraees):

A is only correct

1 year ago
OpenStudy (faiqraees):

B isn't correct because Islam suggests Jesus belonged to a time way earlier of Muhammad so he isn't contemporary of Muhammad C isnt correct because it is true that Islam is tolerant with other religious beliefs until those beliefs are practised by a Non-Muslim. Once a person has accepted Islam, he have to abide by only Islamic teachings. D isnt correct because Islam doesn't have polytheistic characteristics at its core.

1 year ago
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