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The Injil answers your questions

If you're a Muslim yourself, you probably have questions about the Christian faith. Some of the most frequently asked questions are:

"Don't Christians worship three gods?"

"Can God really have a son?"

"Hasn't the book of the Christians been falsified?"

"How could God let a great prophet die on a cross?"

Here's how Injil itself can answer these questions:

"Don't Christians worship three gods?"

The answer is no, absolutely not. No Christian worships three gods: that would be scandalous! The Torah, the Prophets and the Injil all state very clearly that there is only one God. The Messiah himself says in the Injil:

"Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only"

(Matthew 4.10)                               

The idea that Christians worship three gods is a common one, but false: it's a distortion of the Injil's brilliant message. To discover how the one God is presented in the previously revealed books, read the Injil!

"Can God really have a son?"

The title "Son of God" would indeed be an unacceptable blasphemy, if it meant a carnal conception, and that Jesus was the fruit of an unnatural relationship between Mary and God. But this is not the case! No Christian believes this, and the Injil clearly tells how Jesus was conceived:

"This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about: His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found to be pregnant through the Holy Spirit.

(…) an angel of the Lord appeared to [Joseph] in a dream and said, 'Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins'.

All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: 'The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel' (which means 'God with us')."

(Matthew 1.18-24)


There's absolutely nothing in this story that resembles a carnal conception! God is spirit, and when the Injil says that the Messiah carried by Mary "comes from the Holy Spirit", it simply shows that this is a miracle from God.

"Son of God" is therefore a title given to the Messiah: he bears it because he is indeed an incomparable person. Why else would God choose to bring him into the world in such a way? Jesus is so extraordinary that it's worth discovering him in the Injil. Take the time to read it, and you'll discover why the Messiah was given the glorious title of "Son of God"!


"Hasn't the book of the Christians been falsified?"

Those who claim that the Injil has been falsified are making a very serious accusation. It's an accusation against the Christians who handed down this book to us, but also against God Himself! How could God have allowed such a thing to happen? Wouldn't He have protected His own book, and the word of His Prophets?
In fact, what the Messiah says in the Injil clearly shows us that falsifying God's Word would be impossible:

"Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away."

(Matthew 24.35)      

We can have complete confidence in the Injil, the book containing the words of the Messiah. Its verses are always true and will always be valid!
In fact, it's very dangerous to live without putting Jesus' words into practice, as he himself says at the end of chapter 7. Don’t wait to find out what he wants from us!

"How could God have allowed a great prophet to be executed on a cross?"

It's quite understandable to find this idea scandalous. Even Jesus' disciples were shocked when he told them of the end he would meet! Indeed, in the Injil, one of his companions replies:

"Never, Lord! … This shall never happen to you!"  

(Matthew 16.22)                         


Little did the disciples know that Jesus' crucifixion would not be a defeat, but an immense victory over evil. Jesus won this victory for us, and it was precisely for this mission that God sent him into the world! Afterwards, God resurrected him and made him sit at his right hand (Ephesians 1.20), for the mission was accomplished and the victory won.

If you want to understand how this gruesome death is actually a victory over evil, read the Injil!

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