Did Muhammad Understand Trinity?


Paarsurrey says:

I don’t think there is anything to understand of Trinity. Neither Jesus nor Mary believed in it. Paul who was not a disciple of Jesus invented it.

Muhammad did not author Quran; it was revealed to him from the one true God whom Jesus used to call God-the-Father.

Moses, Jesus and Muhammad believed in one true God.

This is what I sincerely believe in; no disrespect to anyone is intended.

With All I Am

“The Trinity “seen” in the Quran is not the Trinity of the Apostles Creed, or of the Nicene Creed” correctly observed Robert A. Morey.

John Paul Stevens, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Stated, captured the habit of his mentor Wiley Rutledge as “of understanding before disagreeing.”(Stevens 1956: 179-198) I am not sure if Muslims’ scholars could say the same to their founder prophet Muhammad (ca. 570 – 632 A.D) when it comes to his understanding of early Church’s doctrine of Triune God viz., One God in three distinct Persons.

I believe Muhammad failed to understand this teaching before he disagreed. Muhammad asserted that Christians, People of the Scripture, believed in three distinct gods, the Father(Allah), Son(Isa) and Mary. [I am very open for correction, if I failed to understand Muhammad’s position.]

In Sura 5.115-6, 5.73-75a and 4.171, Muhammad wrote expounded:

Allah said: Lo! I…

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