مترجم: شاکر، محمدکاظم؛
پاییز و زمستان 1382 -پیش شماره 2 ISC (29 صفحه - از 122 تا 150)
کلید واژه های ماشینی : Quran Gabriel Jesus Spirit God، Holy Spirit، Spirit، The Bible Holy Spirit Gabriel، The Bible Spirit Quran Spirit، And Holy Spirit God، Spirit God، Holy Spirit God، Bible، The Holy Spirit
"According to the Quran, the answer is absolutely, Not. Also a large number of verses of the Bible including the Old and New Testaments indicate that God sends down the Holy Spirit upon people. (Isaiah, 40: 7-8) According to Islamic beliefs, at the end of this world, there will be two kinds of breath, with the first one all the living beings will die and with the other on the day of resurrection, all dead men will rise for judgment in the presence of God. The following verses of the Quran might refer to these two important events. 1. Usages of the word “spirit” in the Bible Both the Old and New Testaments used the word “spirit” many times: an approximate statistic taken from King James’ translation is: Spirit: 523; Spirit of God: 128; Holy Spirit: 24 Other than application of the word “spirit”, in the case of “Spirit of god” or “the Holy Spirit”, the Bible used the word in various other meanings such as the following: According to Luke, the angel “Gabriel” has brought the good news about John to Zechariah, and about Jesus to Mary, but in a different way concerning the role of the Holy Spirit in bringing about the existence of Jesus. The confirmer for prophets and believers In some verses of the Quran “ruh” and “ruh al-qudus” mean a power by which God strengthens His prophets and those who truly believe in Him. We gave Jesus the son of Mary Clear (Signs) and strengthened him with the holy spirit."
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