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Yes, Robin… I also confuse about this matter.

I have read about the history of Christian and Islam. From that book, I found that at the beginning all Christians ask for one God, the same God as Moslem, the same God as Abraham had. But during some periods, they went to the different way when the ‘Trinity’ concept was brought to them by the . And they ask for Jesus and the Holy Spirit as God also after that.

Could you explain us, if Jesus was sent to this world as a Savior and He is not the God, so how come Christians pray and ask to Jesus like Jesus is a God Himself?

Maybe you could tell me in a simple explanation? It will help me to know better about your religion from your own point of view.

Thanks, Robin!
do not get confusion Robin. if you wanna belive for somthing. people said that Jusus has a farther pray for his father.but islam do not accept Jusus as a son of god.
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We as Muslims believe in all Prophets including Jesus ..and Moses but as according to Quran 'Allah begetteth not, nor is he begotten' ..and since it is Allah's promise that not a single word can be changed till the Doomsday [The Day of Judgement] and Quran's safety is in Allah's hand ..so we cannot accept Jesus as God's son but the respect of Him as Prophet will still be there.
God! This will lead a big discussion.
hi king robin,

i just wanted to clarify for you some information concerning the name of GOD for muslims and christians; u said that the only diffrence for you is that they differ in the name for mulims the name of God is ALLAH and for christians it's Jesus; well Jesus is the name of the Prophet and in christianity they do not only believe in one God but in three Gods and this is not the case for muslims.
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hi Doll,

i agree with you that a muslim can marry a christian but she should convert to islam as it's written in Kuran, and this happen in turkey much because it's a laic country i mean (secular)
i just wanted to clarify for you some information concerning the name of GOD for muslims and christians; u said that the only diffrence for you is that they differ in the name for mulims the name of God is ALLAH and for christians it's Jesus; well Jesus is the name of the Prophet and in christianity they do not only believe in one God but in three Gods and this is not the case for muslims.
I'd be careful Rita, I think that many Christians would be offended by the notion that they believe in three gods. What you're referring to is the concept of the "Holy Trinity", which is the belief that God is one being with three incarnations.
yes that's true i refereed to the Holy trinity but i was told also by christian people that in christianity they worship three Gods that's why i used that term but my objective was not to offense anyone Emotion: smile because if you say God and the son and the Holy spirit so it's not a form of incarnation because a God cant be a son if it's alraedy a FATHER do you get my point ? and plz take in consideration that's it's only a discussion but not a form of offense .
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Rita_maliciayes that's true i refereed to the Holy trinity but i was told also by christian people (really??? I don't think so!) that in christianity they worship three Gods that's why i used that term but my objective was not to offense anyone ...
Well, I'm Christian, and I would never ever say that we worship three Gods. The Holy Trinity is a matter of faith which cannot be explained by using human reasoning, moreover in a language which is not mine, so I won't even try to explain what is the (huge) difference between worshipping three Gods or one God in three persons (not sure about the grammatical correctness of the latter expression, sorry ... ).

I didn't take any offence, but I'm amazed. What surprises me is that many muslims write in this forum to let us know what's the truth beyond our (westerners') prejudices (and I really thank them for that), but, if this post is anything to go by, there seems not to be equal interest in knowing more about christianity. Would you like it, if I made some claims on what you believe simply on the basis of what somebody -- not at all informed about Islam -- told me?

Peace.
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