The Messiah, Îsâ Ibn Maryam.

Islam considers Jesus to be one of the greatest and most forbearing of prophets, in addition to Noah, Abraham, Moses and Muhammad, peace be upon them. Jesus is also considered to be the Messiah as well. This is in conformity with the Islamic view of the Oneness of God, the Oneness of Divine guidance, and the complementary role of the subsequent mission of God’s messengers.

“God clarified in the Quran that Jesus was not crucified; rather, it was made to seem that way to the Jews, and that God raised him to the Heavens.  The Quran does not explain, though, who was the person crucified instead of Jesus, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him”
“…They did not kill him, nor did they crucify him, but (another) was made to resemble him to them…” (Quran 4:157)
“God lifted him up to His presence.  God is Almighty, All-Wise.” (Quran 4:158)
As such, Islam denies that Jesus came to this earth with the purpose of sacrificing himself for the sin of Adam, Eve, and the rest of humanity, freeing them from its burden.  Islam strictly rejects the notion that any person bears the sin of another.  God says:
“No bearer of burdens shall bear the burden of another.” (Quran 39:7)
Have a great Sunday and search the vast amount of knowledge that has being passed down from past generations. Leave a legacy for the next generation that is to come to this earth and for them to learn from you. 
Love Sara Khan 
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