Now prove that the Hebrew Yeshua, (YS-h) isn't the root for the Arabic Yasha'a (YS-h), ie. Allah's Will...Ghalibkhastahaal wrote:So, Jesus is Inshallah and mashallah? What else is he? You cracked me up.The Cat wrote:Yeshua (Hebrew for Jesus) is Allah's Yasha'u (ie. Will)! Quoting my own notes:The etymological correspondence is so crystal clear that not a shadow of a doubt can remain: Jesus is attested as Allah's Will, His VERB.18.23-24: And say not of anything: Lo! I shall do that tomorrow, Except if Allah will ('Illā 'An Yashā'a Allāhu).
There you have it: Yasha'a (plainly Yeshua, Jesus) is God's Will, ie. ISA !
42.19: He provideth for whom He will (Yarzuqu Man Yashā'u).
30.48:Allah is He Who sendeth the winds so that they raise clouds, and spreadeth them along the sky as pleaseth Him (Kayfa Yashā'u),
and causeth them to break and thou seest the rain downpouring from within them. And when He maketh it to fall on whom
He will (Yashā'u Min Ibādihi) of His bondmen, lo! they rejoice;
So, the name of Jesus is written in the Koran: Yashu and, like that of Isa, it means God's Will.
9.15: And He will remove the anger of their hearts. Allah relenteth toward whom He will (Alá Man Yashā'u). Allah is Knower, Wise.
In 9.26-27 Yashu is associated with the Jewish Sekinah (Arabic Sakinah, Peace of Reassurance).
9.26-27: Then Allah sent His peace of reassurance (Sakīnatahu) down upon His messenger and upon the believers,
and sent down hosts ye could not see, and punished those who disbelieved. Such is the reward of disbelievers.
---Then afterward Allah will relent toward whom He will (Yashā'u); for Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
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In the Koran, Isa is but a lordly attribute and Yashu (Yeshua) became a verb: The Verb (will).
24.46: Verily We have sent down revelations and explained them. Allah guideth whom He will (Yashā'u) unto a straight path.
I've said: The conjunction of Isa and Allah is all too well attested in the expression Insha 'Allah (إن شاء الله) ! So God will...
But it's also related to another Arabic term, Mā šāʾ (Masih, Messiah) Allāh (ما شاء الله), which means "God has willed it".
In short, Allah can't possibly act except through that Will, ie His VERB, which was at the beginning just like Jn.1.1: Yasha'u !!!
Why doesn't Jesus have a father in the Koran?
Because he's co-substantial WITH Allah (3.59)!
Inch'Allah is simply a contraction for Isa as Yasha'a Allah (YESHUA), His Will thus His VERB, as per John 1.1...
18.23-24: And say not of anything: Lo! I shall do that tomorrow, Except if Allah will (Yashā'a Allāhu).
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And this honored messenger is what these verses are all about:In Islam, Jesus (Arabic: عيسى عليه السلام, Isa (note: in most Arabic speaking countries, "isa" is short for In šhāʾ Allāh (إن شاء الله) when typing with English letters)) is considered to be a Messenger of God who was sent to guide the Children of Israel (banī isrā'īl) with a new scripture, the Injīl or Gospel. He is considered the Messiah. He is also a word from God and a spirit from Him. He is considered honoured in this world and in the Hereafter...
69.40: Certainly, it is the Word brought by an honored Messenger (Innahu Laqawlu Rasūlin Karīmin).
81.19: That this is in truth the word of an honored messenger, (Innahu laqawlu rasoolin kareemin).
86.13: Most surely it is a decisive word (Innahu Laqawlun Faşlun).
Nothing to do with Gabriel, an unwilled automaton who had to bow to Adam so obligated by Allah's Will, ie. Yasha'u (Hebrew, Yeshua).
And where does the lordly title of ISA stemming out from? Hinduism!
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Or are you going to tell me that the Koran existed before the name Yeshua & the title of Isa?The name of the text derives from the incipit, īśā, "by the Lord (Isha)"....