The story of Jesus in Islam

Millions of people around the world, of different religions and different cultures love him... who is he? Is he God? Is he the son of God? Is he a Messenger of God? Was he a real man?


Jesus in the Quran

The book then discusses the life story of Prophet Jesus, the Son of Mary, Peace be upon both of them. It starts with the time before he was born, till He was ascended to Heaven by Almighty Allah.

Eleven Facts About Jesus And His Mother (Mary) In Islamic Teachings

This humble work sheds light on the personality of a great prophet, Prophet Jesus, son of Mary (peace be upon them both). It details his characteristics, and clarifies all the doubts about his personality by clearly referring the reader to specific references in the Bible and other Islamic sources.

Islam’s Revival Of Jesus’ Teachings

This book and its twin Muhammad in the Bible prove to the fair reader that Jesus indicated the advent of Prophet Muhammad, and that the latter revived the teachings brought by the former.

​Eleven facts about Jesus

Eleven facts about Jesus (Peace be upon him) and his mother Mary in the Islamic Teachings.

Jesus may Allah God exalt his mention in the Qur’an

Muslims believe in the miracles God enabled him (Jesus, may God exalt his mention) to perform, such as treating the leper and the blind, raising the dead, his knowledge of what people ate and what they stored in their homes and informing people about this. All this happened with the will of God, and God made these miracles a clear indication of the...


Muslim belief about Jesus
My Great Love For Jesus Led Me To Islam - Part One
My Great Love For Jesus Led Me To Islam - Part Two
My Great Love For Jesus Led Me To Islam - Part Three
My Great Love For Jesus Led Me To Islam - Part Four
My Great Love For Jesus Led Me To Islam - Part Six


What Do Muslims Believe about Jesus?

Muslims respect and revere Jesus (peace be upon him).  They consider him one of the greatest of God’s messengers to mankind.

Jesus: A Prophet of God

Jesus is a figure who is loved and revered by billions of people the world over, yet there is much confusion surrounding the status of this colossal personality. Muslims and Christians both hold Jesus in high regard but view him in very different ways.

The Disciples of Jesus and the Companions of Muhammad

 The Quran speaks highly of the disciples of Jesus by highlighting their faith, conviction, and sacrifice. The Qurʾān calls on the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him to be like the disciples of Jesus.

The Nature of Jesus

If Jesus is God and he uttered words, are his words the word of God? If so are they crated or uncreated? When they are written in the pages of the new testament are these pages created or uncreated?

Ten facts you may not know about Jesus in Islam

These are ten facts about the status of Jesus Christ in Islam, we offer them to every one who loves the Christ and his mother, Mary, peace be upon them. 

Who Was Jesus According to Jesus?

The Quran tells us a lot of wonderful things about Jesus. As a result, believers in the Quran love Jesus, honor him, and believe in him. In fact, no Muslim can be a Muslim unless he or she believes in Jesus, on whom be peace.

The Messiah: Jesus, Son of Mary

Refusing to call Jesus son of God is not done with a view to belittle Jesus. No! On the contrary, it is done to Glorify God, to magnify His name, and to proclaim His transcendent majesty.

Who was Jesus (pbuh)?

Muslims believe that Jesus was a human being appointed by God as His messenger. His birth was extraordinary and he was blessed with great miracles from Allah .

Is Jesus Divine

The Qurʾān makes this clear in the following verse, Christ the son of Mary was no more than a messenger; many were the messengers that passed away before him


The first of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Jesus: Part 1: His birth and miracles.


The second of a three part article discussing the Islamic concept of Jesus: Part 2: The question of his divinity and mission.


The final part of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Jesus: Part 3: His crucifixion and second coming.