Jesus Meets Muhammad (Part Four)

“Conversations”, a “fascinating Discussion” between Jesus and Muhammad

Tags: (key words): Christianity, Islam, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Muhammad,

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J: But Islam says Islam is the only way to God, or as you call Allah.

M: And Christians quote my words saying: No one comes to the Father, except through me.”

It makes no difference what we are born into – what really matters is who and what we become along the amazing and magical journey of life. The journey is everything, Muhamed!

“Contentment lies not in great wealth, but in few wants.”

I Yes, Jesus. happiness involves, utter surrender to the Lord. It’s by His Grace, Infinite that you will attain inner peace.

I: The key is being in the Kingdom of God, or the Kingdom of Heaven, as you called it, Jesus.

Yes, so our message were, sorry ARE essentially the same… though we do have differences of opinion (as is pefectly natural) as we sang and still sing from the same “song-sheet”, playing Allah’s sweetest brand of music.

Nice metaphor, there Muhammad, but I’m not really into music. You really are quite creative for a Prophet… and you have the wisdom of a great One!

You too, brother… and your words embody the Spirit of Truth, eternally too, Jesus!




“I think that its great that there’s diversity of opinion between us about our two great faiths… and regarding the ONE true God, the Creator of the Universe. Otherwise we’d have no opportunity or inclination to discuss these intriguing topics we’ve been talking about in recent days. Allah gave us individual, different minds and we are not “clones of Allah”. So that makes life interesting, fascinating. If we thought the same on all things, we’d be very dull creatures!

It’s great that we can discuss these deep topics without animosity… and in a spirit of mutual respect.

And even have the occasional laugh at some peoples interpretation of our words.

Well, God (or Allah) made each one of us different and each one of has different life experiences resulting in different belief systems. And we also lived 600 years apart on this planet!

It’s the journey of personal growth that really matters… the magic and the mystery of life.

Enjoy, brother.

In conclusion…

After examining all the above “evidence” and letting Spirit “speak” to the writer through these words…

The Basic Books of All the Major Religions of the World claim authority in all spheres of human life. Exclusive??

A final word…simply let each One, each religious tradition speak for themselves. Examine them carefully and let each one stand on its own merits. Then after comparative study and vigorous contemplation, each one of us has the freedom to believe what we want to, to choose to find and follow our own truths (and that is Allah’s (God’s) greatest gift to us). And this is perhaps the only way to settle the future of religion

for all mankind.

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“When (or perhaps rather if) you arrive in heaven, let faith, hope and love be the wings that carried you there.”

"Instead of the limits of borders (of countries and of our minds) let us and our leaders expand our sense of possibility... and together let's look at building bridges to distant horizons, far and great. Lord, help us all lift our eyes a little higher."

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In his various writings, little by little, one mind, one heart, one soul at a time, Craig strives to break down and economic, social, cultural and religious barriers. Craig believes that whilst we should celebrate our differences, what we share in the form of our common humanity is way more important than what divides us.
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The submitter's blog (with extracts from his various writings: articles, books and new manuscripts) is at

The submitter's blog (with extracts from his various writings: articles, books and new manuscripts) is at