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The prove that Jesus Christ was not Crucified

The Christian doctrine of salvation which means that Jesus Christ (JC) death on the cross and resurrection will save you and clears your sins is false and a fake.

Have you asked yourself one time if this is true or not?

You should, because this means salvation or deception! If deception it means that you are on the wrong path and this will lead you into the wrong destiny. The wrong destiny means in the sense of the Hereafter is the Hell Fire! You don’t want to be there; don’t you?

So; do you want to be deceived and dwell in the fire for ever?
If not then you have to search for the truth. The truth is not far from you in an era of easily accessible information while you are relaxed at your home. Above all you should be free and not a deceived person!

The choice is yours and I am here just trying to help you to open your eyes to the straight path of Allah that you may find salvation in. He is Allah that there is no God but Him, The Most Exalted in power The Most Gracious and Most Merciful.
In all circumstances come and see what the Holy Quran and the Bible say about the crucifixion of Jesus Christ (JC).

The Holy Quran (HQ) is clear about it as you will see that JC was not crucified and not died on the cross. In fact JC was mentioned in many verses in the HQ with praises that not even exist in the Bible. There is one complete chapter in the HQ called (Surat Mariyam) or Chapter of Marry (the mother of JC). Aesa (Jesus) mentioned by name 25 times in the HQ, while Mesieh (Messiah) mentioned 9 times and in total 34 times as such. In general there are 3 important facts about JC that the HQ point to.

First: fact is about monotheism that there is no trinity but one God who is Allah.

O People of the Book! Commit no excesses in your religion: Nor say of Allah aught but the truth. Christ Jesus the son of Mary was (no more than) an apostle of Allah, and His Word, which He bestowed on Mary, and a spirit proceeding from Him: so believe in Allah and His apostles. Say not "Trinity" : desist: it will be better for you: for Allah is one Allah. Glory be to Him: (far exalted is He) above having a son. To Him belong all things in the heavens and on earth. And enough is Allah as a Disposer of affairs. HQ: 4: 171

They do blaspheme who say: Allah is one of three in a Trinity: for there is no god except One Allah. If they desist not from their word (of blasphemy), verily a grievous penalty will befall the blasphemers among them. HQ: 5:73

They say: "((Allah)) Most Gracious has begotten a son!" . Indeed ye have put forth a thing most monstrous! At it the skies are ready to burst, the earth to split asunder, and the mountains to fall down in utter ruin,. That they should invoke a son for ((Allah)) Most Gracious. For it is not consonant with the majesty of ((Allah)) Most Gracious that He should beget a son. Not one of the beings in the heavens and the earth but must come to ((Allah)) Most Gracious as a servant. He does take an account of them (all), and hath numbered them (all) exactly. And everyone of them will come to Him singly on the Day of Judgment. HQ: 19: 88 – 95

Second: JC is a prophet and he was himself a Muslim and asked his followers to follow Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and be Muslims. Most important is that God got no son what so ever. The danger of saying that (God has be-gotten) a son is serious mistake and Allah will punish it heavily. So be ware!

Behold! the angels said: "O Mary! Allah giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honour in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those nearest to Allah.
"He shall speak to the people in childhood and in maturity. And he shall be (of the company) of the righteous." She said: "O my Lord! How shall I have a son when no man hath touched me?" He said: "Even so: Allah createth what He willeth: When He hath decreed a plan, He but saith to it, 'Be,' and it is! "And Allah will teach him the Book and Wisdom, the Law and the Gospel, "And (appoint him) an apostle to the Children of Israel, (with this message): "'I have come to you, with a Sign from your Lord, in that I make for you out of clay, as it were, the figure of a bird, and breathe into it, and it becomes a bird by Allah.s leave: And I heal those born blind, and the lepers, and I quicken the dead, by Allah.s leave; and I declare to you what ye eat, and what ye store in your houses. Surely therein is a Sign for you if ye did believe; "'(I have come to you), to attest the Law which was before me. And to make lawful to you part of what was (Before) forbidden to you; I have come to you with a Sign from your Lord. So fear Allah, and obey me. "'It is Allah Who is my Lord and your Lord; then worship Him. This is a Way that is straight.'" When Jesus found Unbelief on their part He said: "Who will be My helpers to (the work of) Allah." Said the disciples: "We are Allah.s helpers: We believe in Allah, and do thou bear witness that we are Muslims. HQ: 3: 45 – 52

Third: JC was never crucified and so he will never carry the sins of any one else. In the Day of Judgment every one will be accounted for his own deeds bad or good. This is the point that we are to discuss in this article as it represents the whole doctrine of the present Christianity.

And (the unbelievers) plotted and planned, and Allah too planned, and the best of planners is Allah. Behold! Allah said: "O Jesus! I will take thee and raise thee to Myself and clear thee (of the falsehoods) of those who blaspheme; I will make those who follow thee superior to those who reject faith, to the Day of Resurrection: Then shall ye all return unto me, and I will judge between you of the matters wherein ye dispute. "As to those who reject faith, I will punish them with terrible agony in this world and in the Hereafter, nor will they have anyone to help." "As to those who believe and work righteousness, Allah will pay them (in full) their reward; but Allah loveth not those who do wrong." "This is what we rehearse unto thee of the Signs and the Message of Wisdom." The similitude of Jesus before Allah is as that of Adam; He created him from dust, then said to him: "Be". And he was. The Truth (comes) from Allah alone; so be not of those who doubt. If any one disputes in this matter with thee, now after (full) knowledge Hath come to thee, say: "Come! let us gather together,- our sons and your sons, our women and your women, ourselves and yourselves: Then let us earnestly pray, and invoke the curse of Allah on those who lie!" This is the true account: There is no god except Allah. and Allah.He is indeed the Exalted in Power, the Wise. But if they turn back, Allah hath full knowledge of those who do mischief. Say: "O People of the Book! come to common terms as between us and you: That we worship none but Allah. that we associate no partners with him; that we erect not, from among ourselves, Lords and patrons other than Allah." If then they turn back, say ye: "Bear witness that we (at least) are Muslims (bowing to Allah.s Will). HQ: 3: 54 – 64

The atoning death and resurrection of Jesus are the cornerstone doctrines of the present Christianity. If either failed to occur, the Christianity preached by the apostles is false. For if Jesus did not die on the cross, there is no sacrificial death on behalf of your sins as the New Testament teaches. Moreover, since the term "resurrection" refers to the transformation of a corpse into an immortal body, if Jesus did not die, there was no corpse to be transformed by a resurrection.

Without a resurrection, Christianity is falsified. The apostle Paul taught: "If Christ has not been raised, your faith is worthless" (1 Cor. 15:17 HCSB).

The Gospels report that Jesus likewise said that his resurrection would serve as proof that His claims about Himself were true (see Matt. 12:39-40; John 2:18-22). Thus, according to Jesus and Paul, if the resurrection of Jesus did not occur, it is time to find another worldview. Accordingly, since a resurrection requires death, Jesus' death by crucifixion is a link that cannot be broken if Christianity is to be regarded as true. Therefore crucifixion of JC is of fundamental importance to the theology of most contemporary Christian churches. It is of great importance to the Christian doctrine that JC died so that mankind's sins could be forgiven.
According to St. Paul, there is nothing that Christianity can offer mankind, other than the blood and gore of Jesus. If Jesus did NOT die, and he was NOT resurrected from the dead, then there can be NO salvation in Christianity! "For all your good deeds", says the Christian dogmatist, "are like filthy rags" - (Isaiah 64:6).

The Islamic view point about crucifixion is clear which is in the HQ as Allah said in Chapter 4 versus 156 -159:

That they rejected Faith; That they uttered against Mary A grave false charge; That they said (in boast): 'We killed Christ Jesus The son of Mary, The Messenger of Allah.' But they killed him not, Nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not. Nay, Allah raised him up Unto Himself; and Allah Is Exalted in Power, Wise. And there is none of the people of the book (Jews and Christians) But must believe in him (Jesus) Before his death; And on the Day of Judgment He (Jesus) will be a witness Against them."

This fact is that there was another person who was crucified instead of JC and he looks like him. It is Allah who protected his apostle JC from death on the cross and raised him to heaven so as to come back again and to die a natural death. In his return he will judged those who make false allegations about him mainly those who mislead the people and telling them about his crucifixion and resurrection and its false related salvation and making him son of God. The falsehood of the doctrine of the crucifixion and his resurrection was not only proved false by the Holy Quran but it was rejected by some Christian sects such as the Basilidans, the Docetate and the Marcionite and the Bible of Barnabas (BOB) proved this directly. In addition to that a close look to the existed Bible reveals the contradictions and major doubts around his crucifixion.

The history including the Bible of Barnabas telling that the substitute who was killed was Judas Iscariot who looks like JC. Even though Judas knew that JC was a prophet of God, still, he conspired to kill him. Allah therefore punished Judas by making him look like Jesus in the eyes of the soldiers who came to arrest JC. The Romans and Jews then, who had long since been conspiring to kill Jesus, killed Judas, who looked like Jesus. This story is mentioned in full in the Bible of Barnabas. To read the story of Judas in the Gospel of Barnabas (215 - 222) please click here to download the whole Bible.

In fact the secretive looks and the suspicious behaviour of Judas had revealed everything to Jesus. At the Table in the Upper-room where Jesus and his disciples were having that "Last Supper", Jesus dismissed Judas with the words:

". . . What thou doest, do quickly." John 13:27

And Judas took off to put the seal on the deal to the stab-in-the-back.

There are many indicators shows that the one who was crucified in fact was Judas including the way he was talking. In the present Bible, Jesus says "God, why have you forsaken me?" Jesus would never have said this if he was the son of God coming down to die for everybody's sin, as Christians believe. It was Judas who asked this question. According to the Bible again, the person on the cross called Mary "Women!" when he sees her. Obviously, this was not Jesus, because Jesus would never call his mother such a disrespectful name.

According to the Bible JC was most reluctant to die. He was Arming! Wailing! Sweating! Crying! Complaining! He was an un-willing victim. If this was God's scheme of salvation, then it was a heartless plot. It was murder in the first degree, and not redeeming self-sacrifice. Above all if JC (God forbid) was the Son of God then to slaughter him for the sinful people then it is a matter of child abuse but a crime of the first degree according to the most laws of the present countries. JC was crying on the cross; Why hast thou forsaken me?! If he was willing to save and die then he wouldn't cried in such way. On the other hand such cry is surely coming from some one who had no trust in God that is why he was questioning God that He left him alone to die? In fact this is from the man who was crucified in stead of JC (Judas) the traitor.

The standard account of what historically happened during the crucifixion of JC in today's Christian church is based on the accounts in the four gospel accounts, known as the Gospels according to Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John (though the authors of these writings are generally in fact anonymous). In these accounts, JC was crucified, died on the cross, then arose from the dead, and after that he was raised into heaven.

In the early Christian church, there were also other branches of Christianity, which had their own gospel accounts and other writings. Historically, the Trinitarian church triumphed politically, with the help of the Roman Emperor Constantine and his successors, and the other non-Trinitarian branches of Christianity were suppressed. Nevertheless, we are fortunate that discoveries, primarily within the last century, have meant that we now have access to alternative early gospels which belonged to early alternative Christian churches, although some are only known to us in fragments. Regarding accounts of the crucifixion, one of these gospels is a fragment from the Gospel of Peter. Interestingly, the Gospel of Peter could support the Quran account of the no-crucifixion.

Let us see what the Gospel of Peter says, starting with the JC being put on the cross.

And they brought two criminals and crucified the Lord between them. But he himself remained silent, as if in no pain. And when they set up the cross, they put an inscription on it, "This is the king of Israel." And they piled his clothing in front of him; then they divided it among themselves, and gambled for it. But one of those criminals reproached them and said, "We're suffering for the evil that we've done, but this fellow, who has become a savoir of humanity, what wrong has he done to you?" And they got angry at him and ordered that his legs not be broken so he would die in agony.

It was midday and darkness covered the whole of Judea. They were confused and anxious for fear the sun had set since he was still alive. For it is written that, "The sun must not set upon the one who has been executed." And one of them said, "Give him vinegar mixed with something bitter to drink." And they mixed it and gave it to him to drink. And they fulfilled all things and brought to completion the sins on their head. Now many went about with lamps, and, thinking that it was night, they laid down. And the Lord cried out, saying, "My power, my power, you have abandoned me." When he said this, he was taken up. And at that moment, the veil of the Jerusalem temple as torn in two. (Gospel of Peter 4:1-5:6.)

After this, the text continues to say (in brief) that they took the "Lord" down from the cross, the earth shook, and the sun came out. They then gave the body to Joseph of Arimathea to bury.
Think well about the above verse?!

First: JC was not in pain!

Second: after JC cried out he was taken up. On this point, the commentators to this translation

write: "Taken up may be a euphemism for death or it might refer to ascension into heaven".
This latter interpretation is consistent with the Quran account.

Remember, the Qur'an says that, regarding the crucifixion:

They slew him not, nor crucified, but it appeared so unto them .... But God took him up unto Himself. (Qur'an 4:157-158.)

Therefore, the account of the crucifixion in the Gospel of Peter seems consistent with the Holy Quran testimony, which suggests that Jesus was not killed, though it was made to appear he was; instead God took him up unto Himself and the one who was killed in stead was Judas.
Note that where the Gospel of Peter has that JC was "taken up" during the crucifixion, the canonical Gospels say that he stopped breathing. The two accounts are not necessarily contradictory, since the Holy Quran says that it was made to appear to them that they had killed him.

Also, the only raising of JC in the canonical Gospels occurs in Luke, where, after he had died and resurrected in this Gospel, he "was carried up into the sky" (Luke 24:51). It is interesting that the Gospel of Peter has, in contrast, Jesus being "taken up" while he was on the cross (5:5), in contrast to Luke, who has him raised afterwards. (Unfortunately, we do not know what happened to Jesus after his tomb was found not to contain him in the Gospel of Peter, since the last part of the Gospel has been lost!)

Let us now examine in a closer look the 4 Gospels in The New Testament. The first three of these, the gospels according to Matthew, Mark and Luke are to a large extent parallel to one another and taking the same point of view (synoptic). Despite being the second gospel in the Old Testament, the earliest is the gospel according to Saint Mark. It is accepted that Matthew and Luke used the gospel according to Saint Mark as a source when writing their own gospels, making a few additions to it. The fourth gospel is that of John, and this is very different to the line taken by the synoptic 3 gospels. Some events described by John do not appear in the synoptic gospels, or are described in a contrary sense. Moreover, one event (the crucifixion) described by John is described totally differently from the way it appears in the synoptic gospels.

As we have already stated, it is revealed in the Holy Quran that the person who was crucified was not JC but, by a miracle of God, someone resembling him (Judas) was crucified and Jesus escaped the trap.

The gospels of the New Testament insist that it was Jesus who was crucified. However, their accounts of the crucifixion conflict with one another to an extent far greater than in any other subject.

There are enormous discrepancies on this subject, both among the synoptic gospels and that of John. The account which begins with the Last Supper of Jesus and the disciples and continues with his arrest and trial is the subject of considerable contradiction among the gospels.

Let us now examine the major points of these contradictions:

1. The synoptic gospels maintain that there was a "ceremony of bread and wine" at the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples. Yet John never mentions this. Instead, he makes an entirely different claim that the disciples washed his feet as an expression of love and respect.

2. There is a similar discrepancy with regard to Jesus' arrest by the Romans. According to the claim in the synoptic gospels, Judas Iscariot gave Jesus up by indicating him to the Romans. According to John, Jesus gave himself up. The replies given by Jesus to Judas are also contradictorily: According to Matthew, he said to Judas, "Friend, do what you came for," whereas according to John there was no dialogue between the two.

3. There is also disagreement with regard to what the disciples did after Jesus' arrest. According to Matthew, the disciples all fled, with only Peter watching Jesus from afar. Mark describes the odd detail of how only "a young man, wearing nothing but a linen garment" watched Jesus, and how he was caught but freed himself from the garment and escaped. Like Matthew, Luke writes that only Peter watched Jesus. John, on the other hand, writes that Simon Peter and another disciple were following Jesus.

4. The answers to the question of who judged Jesus are other contradictions. The synoptic gospels describe how he was tried by the Jewish Supreme Court (the Sanhedrin). According to John, Jesus was tried not by the Sanhedrin, but by Caiaphas, the high priest that time, and his father-in-law Annas.

5. Jesus' trial by the Roman governor, Pontius Pilate, is also described very differently. According to the synoptic gospels, Jesus made no reply to the accusations made against him by Pilate, merely saying "Yes, it is as you say," when asked if he was the king of the Jews. John, on the other hand, says that Jesus made a long reply to Pilate, in a detailed statement saying, "My kingdom is not of this world....But now my kingdom is from another place."

6. Who carried the cross is also unclear. The synoptic gospels write that a man named Simon of Cyrene carried it, whereas John maintains that Jesus carried it himself.

7. The robbers who were crucified alongside Jesus are also described differently, as are Jesus' last words.

8. The gospels also describe the timing of the crucifixion differently. According to the synoptic gospels, it was on the second day of Passover. According to John, it was one day before the Passover.

It is clear that these discrepancies reveal an interesting picture. That is because these events, which comprise the last day in the life of Jesus, from the Last Supper to the crucifixion, took place, according to the Christian tradition, before hundreds of witnesses. With the exception of the Last Supper, attended only by the disciples, they must all have taken place before large crowds. According to the gospels, the arrest of Jesus took place before hundreds of Romans and Jews. Again according to the gospels, the crucifixion happened in Jerusalem, before the eyes of the populace.

So why is it that there are such discrepancies between the accounts of these events that happened in front of so many eye-witnesses?

The answer is clear: The reason for these discrepancies in the accounts of the crucifixion is that the story is based on an error. It was not Jesus who was crucified. God saved this blessed prophet from the trap laid for him.

There are many other points clearly and surely indicate that JC was not crucified and not resurrected. One of them is about the sign when the Jew asked him about. He (JC) replied that it is the same sign of Jonah as Jonah stayed 3 days and 3 nights in the belly of the wale while JC will stay 3 days and 3 nights in the belly of the earth (the cave); please review your Bible for this answer in Mathew 20:14. This where the Good Friday came from!? However if you do a simple calculation you will come to the fact which is that JC never stayed 3 days and 3 nights in the cave after crucifixion. The total he stayed is 1 day and 2 nights! Please go back to your Bible and calculate it. Above all if that what JC said then Jonah stayed ALIVE for 3 days and 3 nights and so JC said according to the Bible so he was ALIVE! This then indicate that he was not dead neither resurrected!

Add to that what is mentioned in Deuteronomy 21:23 he that is hanged is accursed of God. This goes to Judas and not JC.

See also Gal: 3:13 being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree.

In conclusion: Jesus Christ Crucifixion was in fact Crucifiction!

But they killed him not, Nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not. The Holy Quran

وَمَن يَبْتَغِ غَيْرَ الإِسْلاَمِ دِيناً فَلَن يُقْبَلَ مِنْهُ وَهُوَ فِي الآخِرَةِ مِنَ الْخَاسِرِينَ ال عمران 85

If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (submission to Allah., never will it be accepted of him; and in the Hereafter He will be in the ranks of those who have lost (All spiritual good). Holy Quran 3: 85

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