22 December 2012

EVIDENCE FROM BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES THAT JESUS (AS) TRAVELED TO KASHMIR.

EVIDENCE FROM BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES THAT JESUS (AS) TRAVELED TO KASHMIR.

 I have discovered various kinds of evidence from Buddhist scriptures, the collective appraisal of which definitely and conclusively establishes that Jesus(as) travelled to areas like the Punjab and Kashmir. These are as follows…

First the titles bestowed on the Buddha(as) bear a strong resemblance to the titles given to Jesus(as), and some events in the Buddha’s life closely resemble the events in the life of Jesus(as). Here I mean the Buddhism which prevails in areas around Tibet, like Leh, Lhasa, Gilgit and Hims, which are proved to have been visited by Jesus(as). As regards titles, Jesus(as) in his teachings called himself ‘the Light’, similarly Gautama was called Buddha, which in Sanskrit means ‘Light’. Jesus(as) is also called ‘Teacher’ in the Gospels, similarly the Buddha(as) is called Sasta, which means ‘Teacher’. Jesus(as) is called ‘Blessed’ in the Gospels, and in the same way one of the names of Buddha(as) is Sagpat, which means ‘Blessed’. Jesus(as) is called ‘Prince’ and so is the Buddha(as). One of the names of Jesus(as) in the Gospels connotes that he would fulfil the purpose of his advent, and the Buddha(as) has been called Siddharta, which means one who fulfils the purpose of his advent. One of the titles of Jesus(as) is the Refuge of the weary, and one of the names of Buddha(as) is Asran sam, which means the Shelter for the shelterless. Jesus(as) has been called ‘King’ in the Gospels though what he meant was the kingdom of heaven; likewise the Buddha(as) has also been called ‘King’

13 December 2012

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Crucifixion and Death on Cross

Jesus, when he had cried again with a loud voice, yielded up the Ghost. (MATTHEW 27.50, MARK 15.37, LUKE 23:46 AND JOHN 19:30)

CIRCULATION OF BLOOD:

But one of the soldiers with a spear pierced his side, and forthwith came there out blood and water. JOHN 19.34

AN ACCURSED DEATH:

His body shall not remain all night upon the tree, but thou shalt in any wise bury him that day; for he that hangeth is accursed of God. DEUTERONOMY 21.23

PAUL'S EXCUSE:

Christ path redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us, for it is written, he that hangeth is accursed of God. GALATIANS 3.13

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How Did the Belief in the Resurrection Originate?



By T. Ijaz Sahib 
It is the Ahmadiyya view that Jesus did not die on the cross but was saved, a view that can be substantiated by the Gospels themselves. Based on a purely rational basis, if one is presented with a story that someone was nailed on the cross, and days later that same wounded person is sighted with evidence of an empty tomb, the natural conclusion is that person did not die in the first place.Interestingly as seen in section of Sign of Jonah where an analogy is made to being saved from the clutches of death, the earliest disciples referred to the Psalms of David 16:8-11 as a sign of their faith as attested to in Acts 2:25-8. Here again, the Psalms are proclaiming the motif of being saved from untimely death, and continued lease on life – a deliverance from death not out of death. The well known Interpreter’s One Volume Commentary on the Bible (1971 Ed page 266) states regarding Psalms 16:


He was near death and Lord rescued him... No doctrine of resurrection is involved. After a close brush with death the poet rejoices... because the Lord has given him life...
 Although Christians claim that the earliest disciples were ready to sacrifice their life for
their belief in resurrection, it is difficult to prove absolutely that belief was the cause of martyrdom, since no writings exist from that era. It is quite possible some were martyred on account of their belief that Jesus was still alive, the sign of Jonah, understood properly, giving them strength. However, any further proselytizing would have certainly ended to the Jews, and as the mission of Jesus was only to the House of Israel, the entire mission in Judea would have collapsed.

30 Verses from Holy Quran that proves the death of Isa (as)

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