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Which other prophet in Islam is also given titles like Christ or Messiah? If non, than why only Jesus? Where did these titles come from?

Asked by Wolverine Logan, 16 Jun '09 03:28 am
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Please Read carefully about the word Christ The word CHRIST is derived from the Hebrew word Messiah, Arabic-Masih. Root word m-a-s-a-h-a, meaning to rub, to massage, to anoint. Priests and kings were anointed when being consecrated to their offices. But in its translated, Grecian form \"CHRIST\", it seems unique:befitting Jesus only. The Christian has a knack of transmuting baser metals into shining gold. What he is wont to do is to translate names into his own language like \"cephas\" to Peter, \"messiah\" to Christ. How does he do that? Very easily MESSIAH in Hebrew means anointed. The Greek word for anointed is \"christos\". Just lop off the \'os\' from christos and you are left with christ. Now change the little \'c\' to a capital \'C\', and \"hey, presto!\" he has created a unique (?) name! Christos means ANOINTED, and anointed means APPOINTED in its religious connotation. Jesus (pbuh) was appointe ...more
Answered by KHALIDA PATEL, 16 Jun '09 11:50 am

 
  
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U men holy trinities in different form
Answered by Dinesh C S, 16 Jun '09 07:28 am

 
  
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