Kur'an ve Arapça Eğitimi

تعليم القران الكريم واللغة العربية

I did not come to abolish but to complete.

Jesus said: I didn’t come to abolish the Torah but to complete:

When Jesus began to call the Jewsto return to sincere and devoted service to God, the Torah of Moses had been subjected to serious instances of careless copying and dogmatic editing , but he confirmed in his breaching what ever remained intact of the divine revelation. He said “Do not suppose that I have come to abolish the Law (Torah) and the prophets. I did not come to abolish but to complete. The essence of the Torah was confirmed in the Gospel. Six hundred years after the Gospel, when it had similarly suffered through careless copying and editing, Muhammad resumed the prophetic mission and confirmed whatever had remained of both the torah and the Gospel. He received from God the clarified book, the Quran, which would be protected foreverfrom error and distortion, and which therefore serve as the protector or the ultimate reference (muhaimin) of all previous revelations.

It is easy for God to speak with distinction of things thousands of years prior to their occurrence, but impossible for man to do so.

“Here is my servant, whom I uphold, My chosen one in whom I delight, I have bestowed My spirit upon him, and he will make justice shine on the nations. He will not call out or lift his voice high, or make himself heard in the open market. He will not break a bruised reed, or snuff out a smouldering wick, he will make justice shine on every race, never faltering, never breaking down, he will plant justiceon earth, while coasts and islands wait for his teaching. Thus speaks the Lord Who is God, He who created the skies and stretched them out, Who fashioned the earth and all that grows in it, Who gave breath to its people, the breath of life to all who walk upon it. I , the Lord, have called you righteous purpose and taken you by the hand, I have formed you and appointed you to be light to all peoples, a beacon for the nations… Let the wilderness and its towns rejoice, and the villages of the tribe of Kedar (Qaydar)”


This prophecy could apply to none of the Hebrew prophets. Even Jesus made it plain that his mission was far from being universal, saying : “I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel


“When he, the spirit of the truth is come, he will guide you unto all truth, for he shall not speak of himself, but whatsoever he shall hear from God, that shall he speak, and he will show you things to come. He shall glorify me.”


He would be the last one. He would lead mankind “unto all the truth” (Greek: to the whole tryth,”) ( the spirit of truth ) ( Quran: He has brought them the Truth)


Jesus had been a “paraclete” to the Jews and his followers so considered him, but the Paraclet to come after Jesus would be for all people, all places and all times.