- Jan 29, 2018
Jesus spoke Aramaic, which is why Muslims note he would refer to God as "Ala" which is different than "Allah" and my understanding is that it still meant "one true Creator" however I am no scholar. As far as Quran I believe it was revealed in Arabic to Muhammed and therefore its first, complete accounts (both oral and written) would have also been in classic (Quaranic) Arabic form. I can also check out your article link to check out what it states as well.Wasnt the Quran written in Syriac or Aramaic language and much later it was translated to arabic?
Some people say in original aramaic language the meaning of many things is quite different than in arabic and there are some translation errors in Quran.
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My knowledge about islam is rather dim so i dont know about the Aisha marriage thingy enough to have an opinion about it.I have watched dozens of Sheik Imran Hosein lectures about Islam and Gog&MaGog but i dont recall him mentioning this topic.If anybody can give a short backstory why they married (was it like political marriage to unite two different houses or territories etc).Im curious to know but too lazy/tired at the moment to research it myself.
Was the prophet married directly to her or was there betrothal ? There is a difference and back in those days in those areas ,betrothal was the way to go.
The wedding festivities, and especially the bride’s adornment, would always be remembered by her. The prophet Jeremiah made reference to this thought, “Can a maid forget her ornaments, or a bride her attire?” Jeremiah 2:32.www.stepstolife.org
Edit: I just read the brief article... while it is certainly relevant to our discussion, that article and its contentions should have its own thread. If you post one here in the religious section, we can engage regarding these notions in a more substantive and less distractive effort. It does raise some interesting contentions though...