In the name of Allāh,
the Beneficent, the Merciful.
Peace and Blessings of Allāh on Mohammad.
Allāh–the Glorious and the High,
Lord of the worlds
Mohammad–who brought the world
to our feet and eternity to our arms.
If Mary is “Mother of God” then God is the son of Mary.(???)
In His Qur’an 5:116 Allāh reveals: “And when Allah will say: O Jesus, son of Mary, didst thou say to men, Take me and my mother for two gods besides Allah?” This is not to be taken to mean that the Qur’an includes Mary as part of the Trinity. Muhammad Ali notes:
“From this description of Mary being taken for a god by the Christians, some Christian critics of the Qur’an conclude that the doctrine of the Trinity according to the Qur’an consists of three persons –God, Jesus and Mary. But this is an absolutely unwarranted conclusion. Mary is no doubt spoken of as being taken for an object of worship by the Christians; but the doctrine of the Trinity is not mentioned here, while the Divinity of Mary is not mentioned where the Trinity is spoken of. The doctrine and practice of Mariolatry, as it is called by Protestant controversialists, is too well-known. In the catechism of the Roman Church the following doctrines are to be found: “That she is truly the mother of God, and the second Eve, by whose means we have received blessing and life; that she is the mother of Pity and very specially our advocate; that her images are of the utmost utility.” (Ency. Br. 11th ed., vol. 17, p. 813).”
If the Trinity consists of God, Jesus and Mary Allāh God would not condemn the Trinity as blasphemous–(Qur’an 4:171); and decreed that followers of Trinity are destined to Hell–(Qur’an 5:75-76).
Mary, created by God, could not be “the Mother of God.” God could not have a mother, as He is the First and the Creator of all.
There were others before Mary who was worshipped. And Christians also worshipped pagan “Goddess”. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din reveals in his excellent book The Sources Of Christianity:
“The Emperor Hadrian, in a letter to Servianus, concerning the inhabitants of Alexandria, remarks that “those who worship Serapis are likewise Christians; even those who style themselves the bishops of the Christare devoted to Serapis. (Vocipiacus vit. Saturninus). Serapis was another conception of the Sun–God, as Macrobius tells us in the following words: “The city of Alexandria pays almost frantic worship to Serapis and Isis; nevertheless, they show that all this veneration is merely offered to the Sun.” We read nothing of the Madonna (Mary) and the Child (Jesus), either in the evangelical record or in the writings of Paul and other apostles. The conception, most assuredly, came from Alexandria to the Western world, where the Mother Goddess with the Child Redeemer Horus had been honoured centuries before the Christian Era, and worshipped under the names of “Our Lady,” “Queen of Heaven,” “Mother Goddess” and so forth –words that were afterwards used in reference to Mary, the Mother Goddess.
Isis was not the only Virgin Mother worshipped in the olden days. Osiris had also been believed to be born of Neith, the Virgin of the World, as the Egyptians called her, before Isis came to take her place. The sacred groves of Germany exhibited the image of the Goddess Hertha, a Virgin with a Child in her arms, in the old Teutonic days. She also gave birth to a child that was of Immaculate Conception. She was impregnated by the Heavenly Spirit.
Frigga conceived of the All-Father, Odin, bore a son, Balder of Scandinavia, called the healer and Saviour of mankind. a
…..The Virgin Mother suckling her child is a common figure on the Mithraic monuments. So are other legends of these gods being born in a cave, which have been reported from Guatemala, the Antilles and other places in Central America.b
The Chinese had also a Mother Goddess Virgin, with a child in her armsc. The ancient Etruscans had the same.d
….The ancient literature of India also speaks of Virgin Mothers and their sons being worshipped.” 1 (a-b-c-d)
As stated, if Mary is “Mother of God” then God, Who created Mary, is the son of Mary. In effect, Christians are saying that God entered as a sperm (and whose?) into the womb of Mary and emerged from her vagina, sucked her breasts and had Himself circumcised.
Christian’s blasphemy against God seem to have no limit:
-Christians attribute injustice to God saying that God put Adam’s and Eve’s sin(s) onto every person then load every person’s sin onto Jesus (see Jesus-inherited sin to ascension).
-Christians made God complicit in murder saying that God sent Jesus to be scapegoat (to be killed) for the sins of others (see Jesus-inherited sin to ascension).
-Christians say that God, Who has no consort, has a begotten son (and fatherhood requires the union of sperm and ovum) (see Jesus-son of God).
-Christians say Jesus is God though Jesus never claimed to be God but in fact said God sent him and that he does only as God commands him (see Jesus-as God).
-Christians say God is a Trinity, though they have no Divine proof; and God is Omniscient, Omnipotent and Omnipresent and therefore has no need to incarnate (see Jesus-trinity).
“The Messiah, son of Mary,
was only a messenger;
messengers before him had indeed passed away.
And his mother was a truthful woman.
They both used to eat food.
See how We make the messages clear to them!
Then behold, how they are turned away!”
Whereas Jesus was only a messenger of God sent to the Israelites to call them to “repentance” and “forgiveness”, Christians consigned Jesus to the bed of celibacy, crowned him with Divinity and made him scapegoat for non-existent inherited sin; and whereas David was material king Christians make Jesus spiritual king of future-world. (See Jesus-like David; Jesus-foretold; Jesus-1000-year rule).
Jesus says you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free (from lies, falsehood, and blasphemy). And the Divine truth is, Jesus was a prophet of God and “THERE IS NO GOD BUT ALLĀH; MOHAMMAD IS THE MESSENGER OF ALLĀH!”
1. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din, The Sources of Christianity, pp. 35-37. a R. P. Knight, Ancient Art and Mythology, p. 22. b Ethnograp. Amerika, Leipzig, 1867, vol, I, p. 758; c Rev. J. B. Gross, Heathen Religion, p. 60. d Inman, Pagan and Christian Symbolism, p. 27. Italics/emphasis/ color added.