Jesus and the Quran both state several characteristics about God/Allah’s demands for the human race. They are similar in that, the book and Jesus both claim that if one asks, one shall receive from God, and those who follow God, will receive a great reward for eternal life. However, Jesus and the Quran differ in that, Jesus describes how to treat one’s enemies and those who don’t follow God, the Quran however does not.
Both the Quran and Jesus claim that if one is a follower of the Lord, one will receive everything one could possibly need, and live a satisfactory life. If one is in need and is a true believer, therefore asking God for help, one will receive the help and be blessed. And if a person is in need of God, but can’t find Him, God will provide someone or something so that person can seek Him. According to Jesus’ Moral and Ethical Teachings, “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” (Jesus, 228) Here, Jesus says that one will receive the help if asked for it, but not out of greed. If a person were to pray to God out of greed, anger or shame, he or she won’t receive his or her wishes. Similarly to the Quran, it states, “For your Lord will certainly give you, and you will be content.” (Quran, 263) If one is a follower and believer of Allah, that person will receive everything that one could ever need. Jesus and the Quran both claim this similar moral because, as with any religion, if one were to follow their god, that person will earn a satisfactory life and that same god will provide for that person.
Jesus and the Quran also share the similarity that those who follow the Lord will receive great reward for eternity. Jesus claims, “Blessed are ye when men shall revile you and persecute you and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely for my sake. Rejoice, and be exceedingly glad: for great is your reward in heaven…” (Jesus, 228) In this passage, Jesus is saying that if people persecute and...
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