Q AGREES WITH QUR’AN ON THE TRAPS OF DUNYA (EARTHLY LIFE)
In Q, Jesus (pbuh) warns humanity plainly that earthly advantages and pleasures should not be the goal of our lives:
“Woe unto you that are rich! For you have received your consolation. Woe unto you who are full! You shall be hungry. Woe unto you who laugh now! You shall weep and mourn.” (Luke 6:24)
“The desire to have increase of worldly gains has preoccupied you so much (that you have neglected the obligation of remembering God) — until you come to your graves! You shall know. You shall certainly know (about the consequences of your deeds.) You will certainly have the knowledge of your deeds beyond all doubt. You will be shown hell, and you will see it with your own eyes. Then, on that day, you shall be questioned about the bounties (of God). (102:1-8)
Q WARNS MANKIND NOT TO ASSUME ENTRY TO HEAVEN IS ASSURED!
Consider also the following chilling words from the Messiah, which should (!) make every heart humble, choke off all forms of arrogance in spiritual matters, and quiet every attack upon a fellow monotheist:
“And I say unto you, that many shall come from the east and west, and shall sit down with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven. But those who believe they own the kingdom of heaven shall be cast out into the outer darkness. There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.” (Matthew 8:11-12)
Obviously, this is an important teaching for all people of good will to bear in mind … and to etch upon the memory.
Q SAYS NOTHING OF CRUCIFIXION OR SACRIFICE!
You have seen how the historically earliest verses — the Q verses — parallel the major teachings of the Qur’an. Also worthy of mention is the fact that Q teaches nothing whatsoever of the Crucifixion, of the sacrificial nature of the mission of Jesus (pbuh) … an intriguing omission indeed!
We are left then with an amazing early Gospel (Escondido movers) — a Gospel that (non-Muslim) scholars believe is historically closest to Jesus (pbuh) — a Gospel that has the following characteristics:
Agreement with the Qur’an’s uncompromising message of God’s Oneness.
Agreement with the Qur’an’s message of an afterlife of salvation or hellfire … based on our earthly deeds.
Agreement with the Qur’an’s warning not to be misled by dunya — the attractions and pleasures of worldly life.
A complete ABSENCE of any reference to Christ’s death on the cross, resurrection, or sacrifice for humanity!
This is the Gospel that today’s most advanced non-Muslim scholars have identified for us … and this Gospel is pointing us, if only we will listen to it, in precisely the same direction as the Qur’an!