Channel: Zakir Naik
My name is Lee, I'm a student. My question is it earlier you mentioned that Jesus is also a Muslim because he submits to the law of God. And this is regardless of the fact that he drank alcohol, he didn't pray five times a day, you know, he all he, the only action he did was submit to the will of God. So given that, that thinking that logic, would that mean that any person of the book Christian or Jew is in fact a Muslim, as long as they agree to submit to the will of God? If I understood your question correctly, you said any person with a Christian or Jew etc, who submits the will to God is a Muslim. Yeah, as you said about about Jesus, he said, Jesus is a monster. For that reason. I do
agree with you, anyone who submits the will to God in Arabic, you call him a Muslim? But you should first know What has God commanded us? If you think something else, if you read a scripture, which is not the word of God, and not thinking of submitting a will to God, by following the Scripture, which is not the word of God, then you're not a true Muslim. So first, you have to identify what has God commanded us. And if you do a comparative study of all the scriptures of the various world religions, you will find out if you use the test of science, logic, etc. The only scripture that passes the test
is the last and final testament. If there's something like Old Testament and New Testament, the Quran is the last testament.
So, if you want to truly submit a will to God, first you have to find out who is this true God? What are we commanded us, and after that ever submit your will. So therefore, when I say a true Muslim is a person who follows the commandments of Almighty God, now Jesus Christ, peace be upon him was a messenger of God, he directly got revelation from God, so surely followed the will of Almighty God. So today also, if a Christian supposedly, what the talk is based on, that it is that is agreed to follow what is common in your scripture in my scripture, suppose you will say a Bible is the Word of God am synchrony the Word of God. So let us agree to follow what is common, what is different, keep
it aside. So your Bible says believe in one God. So if you believe in Trinity, you're going against the Bible. The word treaty does not exist in the Bible, but is in the Quran. Quran says in Surah Nisa, Chapter 4171 malata colusa Lhasa don't sit in it. So if you believe in DDT, you're going against the Bible. For the Bible says that you should not do it worship. Bible says, You have to believe in the last and final messenger, Jesus case peace be upon him said in the Gospel of john chapter number 16, verse number 12 to 14, I have many things to say unto you, but he cannot buy them now. For him in the spirit of truth shall come, he shall guide you into all truth, he shall not
speak of himself, all that dear shall speak, he shall show you things to come, he said, verify me. So if you are a true follower of the Bible, you have to follow in the last and final messenger, Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him, that means you have to follow the Quran and the saying of the Prophet, so if you follow the Quran, this thing in the Prophet you become a Muslim. So, my talk is based on let us agree to follow what is common differences. As I told earlier, I can give a talk on hundreds of contradictions in the Bible, which I don't intend doing. There was a person wrote a book in USA, that a William Campbell, that there are 30 scientific errors in the Quran, I went to Chicago
and had a debate and I clarified all the misconception, and when I pointed out 38 scientific errors in the Bible, he could not reply to any.
So I cannot attribute these errors to Almighty God. So first had to identify which is the book of God and then follow it. So even if you agree for sake of argument, that Bible is the Word of God, even then, you have to follow the last and final messenger Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. So let us agree what is common in both the scriptures and let us agree it is implemented that today and come to common terms Hope that answers the question.