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It is well known that Jesus was born without a father, as this is what Allah ordered?

But how is this biologically/scientifically possible? How did this exactly happen?

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closed Feb 27 at 13:47 sadie ♦ 1.6k314 sadie's gravatar image

This is a good talk

(Mar 26 at 18:59) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

This is a great talk

(Apr 06 at 08:24) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

it didn't happen. it is an old fairy's tale. i think the ancient egyptians had a story of a virgin birth of a god. it propably came up with moses after exodus.

history channel just had a series on the bible and one woman said it's a miss translation.

(Apr 06 at 14:39) mikejm4 mikejm4's gravatar image

And history channal is better then the prophets, i truly hope you find guidance my friend, it seems ur lonely trolling at this website. We will all have a taste of death, lets hope you do something well before it reaches you.

(Apr 07 at 00:02) AbduRrahman AbduRrahman's gravatar image

The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by sadie Feb 27 at 13:47

@Curiosity Islam, your question is answered in the khattab of Allah which is the actual words of Allah, and I qoute, " The simlitude of Isa before Allah is that of Adam. HE created him from dust than said to him, KUN FAYA KUN , be and he was." (3:59) What must be unferstood is that within the Qada of Allah their is no choice unlike the Qadr wherein there is choice. The word Qada means decree, and Allah azza wal jall has stated in HIS book," When HE decrees a matter (qada amran), HE says to it be and it is." (2:117) Ponder this, Adam AS had no mother or father, and if you were to do an DNA test on him what would be the outcome? Who created what man calls DNA? You don't question that water at its essnce is gases who commanded that the gases come together? Does not the science you speak of state that everything was one piece which some call the big bang? Allah states two important points in the ayat I'm going to qoute," Have not those who disbelieve known that the heavens and the earth were joined together as one united piece and Allah parted them? And Allah have made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe." (21:30) Both points I am speaking about has the same thing in common with what you called a miracle of Isa, inwhich Allah has said is the same as Adam and that being the Qada (decree) of Allah, all Allah says is kun faya kun and it is. All of creation is a miracle, to use the word you used, I say it is all by the decree of Allah and none has a choice in that. Man would know nothing if Allah had not decree for him to know. There is no science that can compare to the hikmah of Allah azza wal jall. Isa was born by Allah's decree, kun faya kun. Salaam

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(Feb 25 at 12:42) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

What is Qada and Qadr?

(Feb 25 at 12:56) Curiosity_Islam Curiosity_Islam's gravatar image

what does azza wal jall mean?

(Feb 25 at 12:57) Curiosity_Islam Curiosity_Islam's gravatar image

Beloved brother, whatever happens it is never by chance for chance is a word used for a purose or reason not yet percieved. The best way I can explain the qadr is this, whatever befalls you is ment to befall you and whatever passes you by is ment to do so. In the qadr we have the gift of choice just know whatever you choise you will meet the measure of your choice. Your destiny is the grave and your choices here will determine where you will spend enternity. May the mercy of Allah azza wal jall grant you paradise. Salaam

answered 833938 yaqin's gravatar image

Wasalaam again, ok thank you. I asked this question regarding things that we want to achieve in life, for example, a particular exam to pass, or a career - I mean if we revise and work hard we pass the exam and enter our preferred career, and if we don't study hard then we fail and cannot get the career we want- this is dependent on our hard work- so regarding this matter how does destiny link into this?

P.S: I am not brother

(Feb 25 at 14:39) Curiosity_Islam Curiosity_Islam's gravatar image

Whatever you set your mind to do in this life make istakara which consist of two rakats and ask Allah to grant you that which is best for you here on earth and the next life. Do accept my apology sister I didnt know may Allah bless you.

(Feb 25 at 14:56) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

Beloved, understand this point inshallah it will help you, it is a fact that our father Adam AS had what man has labled as DNA correct? That Dna came to be by the decree of the creator of so called Dna. True Isa had a mother and according to what is called science inorder to make a male one needs a X and Y Chromosone. So you are asking where did Isa get his Y chromosone. The answer is simple he got it from the same source of all things that ourfather got his from and that being the creator of the chromosones. This is why him and Adam are similar not the same what makes them similar is the fact that neither had a Y chromosone donar. They both recieved it by the decree of Allah and for Allah this is very easy. Man today as you know can procreate without the mother or father being present and make a male or female by using the chromosones. What man can't do is create one. Isa Y chromosone was created by Allah the same as our father Adam. Now to answer your questios: the word qada means decree and as I have stated before we have no choice in that. Now qadr is what some calls predestination or pre determined. Islamically implied it means set measures, meaning everything in creation has a set measure inwhich it can not pass . The quran states:" And there is nothing but that with US are the stores thereof, and WE donot send it down except in known measures." (15:21) Also," Surely WE have created EVERYTHING according to a measure. " (54:49) It is a hadith qudsi that states that Allah said,"The first thing created was the pen and Allah ordered the pen to write the pen asked its Rabb, write what?Allah replyed write everything that will happen from now until the day of judgement." Here is where pre destination comes in. Also, Allah azza wal jall means mighty and majestic is He. Salaam

answered 833938 yaqin's gravatar image

Wasalaam thank you very very much. Finally, I now understand this matter completely. Thank you again. Now I have another question about predestination, and destiny, it is said that everything happens with a reason, but some things seem to have no reason, how can this be explained?

(Feb 25 at 13:55) Curiosity_Islam Curiosity_Islam's gravatar image

Just because you dont understand the reason, does not mean there isnt one. ALLAH SWT gave us this life to prove/ give chance to change our selves. If we didnt live this life, and allah sent some to heaven some to hell, the ones going to hell would say why, what have we done to deserve this? So this is why we must live this life to under stand allahs decisions in judgement day. Selamu aleikum wa rrahmetullah.

(Apr 07 at 00:13) AbduRrahman AbduRrahman's gravatar image

Salaam and thank you very much. I do understand that Allah chose to make Adam (AS) and create mankind as we know it, and it was solely the order of Allah that everything in this world came into being. But what I am confused about here (and Im sorry to say that I am still confused!) is that I understand how Adam (AS) was created just like that by the order of Allah and just came into existence, but Jesus on the other hand, is born (the fact that he has been born)and has Mariam as his mother (so part of his DNA will be his mothers) and how ....Im sorry, I am trying my best to understand this phenomenon, but it seems like a crossover between biological and the will of Allah.

answered 152 Curiosity_Islam's gravatar image

This is a miracle. If you start discussing its biological aspects you might commit shirk by calling Allah his father.

So refrain from even asking this.

answered 8588 abdul_wasay's gravatar image

Yes, it is indeed a miracle. But I still don't understand how this is possible. And no I don't see it in the Shirk way! I just don't seem to understand the science and logic of this. Like, if we were to do a DNA blood test of Jesus- what would happen?

(N.B: I am not denying belief in anything, I just question things over the limit :)

(Feb 25 at 10:21) Curiosity_Islam Curiosity_Islam's gravatar image

You can't do DNA tests because he was raised up by Allah alive. The knowledge is limited because Allah has, not told us so.

(Feb 25 at 10:23) abdul_wasay ♦ abdul_wasay's gravatar image

What exactly do you mean raised up by Allah alive?

(Feb 25 at 12:56) Curiosity_Islam Curiosity_Islam's gravatar image

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