Jesus was not crucified according to Gospel of BarnabasBismillah Hir Rehman Ir Raheem
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Before we can go on reading this topic let me tell you about Barnabas. Who he was?
Barnabas was one of the the closest disciple of Jesus and was among the 12 disciple. His Gospel however, doesn't become a part of Bible (I don't know why). Gospel of Barnabas was written during the time of Jesus unlike the Gospel of Matthew, Luke, John and Mark which were return many years after Jesus was raised alive and were highly Inspired by Paul teachings and Influence. Thus, the Gospel of Barnabas (One of the Lost Gospel) clearly prove that Jesus was not crucified and Barnabas was also authorised by Jesus to write.
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Arthor Weigall- An Historian says: - "In old and new Testaments, nowhere word trinity is mentioned. Jesus never uttered the word Trinity." (Only Paul has used this word. Testament One and Testament Two contain the stories and statements of Prophets. Why Paul's writings have come in the Bible is questionable while Gospel of Barnabas has been left out. Barnabas knew Jesus well and he was one of the twelve disciples. On the other hand Paul did not meet Jesus even once
Barnabas one of the disciples of Jesus who always with him says:-
"Jesus did not bring any new law. His mission was to fulfill God's law as given by Moses" (The Ten Commandments). He was a Jew.
Now Let us look at the Gospel of Barnabas.
The Gospel of Barnabas states that Judas betrayed Jesus. He was a traitor to Jesus, and he was a traitor to Allah and he was transformed in Jesus.
Even though Judas knew full well that Jesus was a prophet of God, still, he conspired to kill him. Allah punishes severely those that betray him. Allah punished him by making him look like Jesus. The Romans and Jews, who had long since been conspiring to kill Jesus, killed Judas, who looked like Jesus. This theory is supported by parts of the Bible itself. In the Bible, Jesus says "God, why have you forsaken me?" Jesus would never have said this if he was the son of God coming down to die for everybody's sin, as Christians believe. No, it was Judas who asked this question. Also, in the Bible the person on the cross called Mary "Women!" (John 19:26) when he sees her. Obviously, this was not Jesus, because Jesus would never call his mother such a disrespectful name. No, instead, this person was Judas. This is written in much more clear detail in the. Please read the following chapters and make this known to every Christian so that truth may came to them.
The following chapters in Gospel of Barnabas denies that Jesus was crucified
214: Judas Betrays
215: Divine Rescue of Jesus
216: Judas Transformed
217: Judas Scourged and Mocked
218: Judas Crucified
219: Jesus appeareth to his Friends
220: Jesus and the Four Angels
221: Jesus Chargeth Barnabas to Write
222: Jesus Carried Up to Heaven
You can read the Gospel of Barnabas from the below link. Below are official site of Gospel of Barnabas
Gospel Of Barnabas Official Site
Gospel Of barnabas [London 1907]
In Chapter 215 you will found
"Then God, seeing the danger of his servant, commanded Gabriel, Michael, Rafael, and Uriel, his ministers, to take Jesus out of the world."
Quran states confirming that Jesus was not killed:
"And [for] their saying, "Indeed, we have killed the Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary, the messenger of Allah ." And they did not kill him, nor did they crucify him; but [another] was made to resemble him to them. And indeed, those who differ over it are in doubt about it. They have no knowledge of it except the following of assumption. And they did not kill him, for certain."
Rather, Allah raised him to Himself. And ever is Allah Exalted in Might and Wise.
Note One thing:
When Abraham was told by God to sacrifice his son, his son did not object or question him, if Jesus was sent to be sacrificed for our sins, why would he question God?
(Matthew 27:46): ".. . My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"
Could this not come from someone other than Jesus?
Even a Non Prophet would smile at agony as he knew that his death would win him the title of martyr.
Was this not an insult to Jesus in not having faith in Allah?"
Why would Jesus called her mother woman? Can you also call your mother witht that disrespect?
If he came here to die for our sins according to Christian then why he questioned the God and we read in Bible that Abraham never questioned the God's will?