I`sa’s teachings belittled by Mirza

It is crystal clear from the above mentioned verse, that I`sa  possessed a wealthy amount of knowledge, achieved through the channel of Divine Revelation. It also heavily testifies that all insulting and despicable remarks, Mirza has referred to the Prophet I`sa u are totally out of order.

One would feel disturbed, disgraced and annoyed reading it, but to the aim of disclosing and presenting the image of I`sa  as portrayed by Mirza, we will request the reader to excuse us in publishing this disrespectful material, as it is rendered unavoidable.

Mirza says,

"It is extremely shameful that the sermon of the Mount which is considered to be the essence of the Evangile has been plagiarized from Talmud, the sacred book of the Jews and then give the impression that it was his own teachings. But Christians are feeling sorry ever since this plagiary has been discovered. He had perhaps committed this unbecoming act only to gain popularity and influence by showing an example of any excellent teaching. But this immoral act committed by him had blackened the faces of the Christians. Moreover, it is regrettable that even this teaching is not an excellent one. Reason and conscience both are slapping this teaching in the face. He had a Jewish teacher who gave him lesson in the Torah . It appears that either nature did not give him any considerable share from intelligence or it is the naughtiness of the teacher that he kept him an open slate and a simpleton. In any case he was very weak in his academic and practical qualities. It is because of this that once he followed the devil."
(Zamimah Anjame Atham, Qadian, 1922, P.6)
Following are the views of Mirza about the teachings of Jesus: "Jesus, (The Messiah) came to a particular nation and alas the world did not get any spiritual benefit from him. He left an example of such a Prophethood whose harm proved to be greater than its good. Sufferings and conflict increased due to his coming."
(Itmam al-Hujjat, Ruhani Khaza’in, Vol. 8, p. 308)
"It is extremely shameful that the Sermon of the Mount that forms the core of the New Testament was plagiarized by (Jesus, the Messiah) from the Jewish book the Talmud, and then he pretended as if it were his own teachings. But since the time this plagiarism has been discovered the Christians have been suffering a great shame. Jesus committed this act (of forgery) to perhaps gain influence by presenting some good teachings...The unfortunate thing is that these teachings are an affront to the rules of wisdom and upright conscience."
(Zamimah Anjam-i Atham, Ruhani Khaza’in, Vol. 11, p. 290)
It is surprising that Jesus, peace be upon him, did not himself act upon the teachings of good character.
(Chashma-i Masihi, Ruhani Khaza’in, Vol. 20, p. 346)
The teachings of Jesus ruined the whole of Europe due to permitting unrestrained liberty and unconditional (licentiousness). So much so that this (looseness) resulted in all (being involved) in adultery and fornication like pigs and dogs. And (this) immorality has spread to such an extent that it is even written on the wrappers of foreign (European) sweets and candies: ‘Kiss me, O my sweetheart’. Now who is responsible for these sins? The burden of these sins is undoubtedly on Jesus.
(Nur al-Quran, Ruhani Khaza’in, Vol. 9, p. 416)
Although the Messiah (Jesus) kept healing physical ailments by this practice (of mesmerism), in terms of instilling firm belief and guidance in the hearts regarding the Oneness of God and in establishing religious steadfastness, his achievements were so poor that he was almost a failure.
(Azalah-i Auham, Ruhani Khaza’in, Vol. 3, p. 258)
Mirza’s following remark not only belittles Jesus’ teachings, but it also refutes the established religious beliefs that Jesus is alive and is destined to return to earth. It is unjustly said about the person (Jesus) who is buried in the locality of Khanyar, Sirinagar, Kashmir, that he is sitting in the Heavens. Alas! how great an injustice! God, in keeping to His promises has the power over everything. But He can never send a person to this world the second time whose first coming caused so much harm that it ruined the world.
(Dafi’ al-Bala, Ruhani Khaza’in, Vol. 18, p. 235)
Don’t you know that manliness and virlity are praiseworthy attributes of men. Being impotent is not a commendable quality just as being death and dumb are not commendable. Yes, this objection is indeed very great, that the Messiah being completely deprived of the greatest of the masculine qualities (viz. virlity) could not leave a practical example of a perfect and upright social life with his wives. Therefore, the European women took advantage of the extremely shameful laxity and crossed the limits of moderation whose consequences were the unspeakable acts, fornication and adultery.
(Nur al-Quran, Ruhani Khaza’in, Vol. 9, pp. 392,393)
The above is an example of Mirza’s deplorable and insulting statements in which he openly slandered, accused and defamed Jesus, the Messiah. Due to sheer antagonism, Mirza Qadiani harboured extreme malice against Jesus, therefore he went as far as accusing him of being an alcoholic and one upon whom the blame for fornication lies.

It is interesting to compare that Qadianis view Jesus as the perpetrator of fornication, one of the greatest sins, whereas Christians believe he absolved everyone of sin, and the Islamic view is that he brought the message of God to admonish people and prevent them from sin, and not encouraging people to sin by way of salvation through atonement. The message of his Lord was delivered by way of preaching and setting an example of great character.

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