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In 325 AD at the Council of Nicaea the Roman Emperor Constantine gathered a large assembly in order to attain consensus in the Church and form a standardized doctrine of Christianity. Eventually, based on this Nicene Creed, four Gospels that now form the essence of the New Testament were selected to be part of the Bible, and all other gospels and manuscripts that didn't support the Nicene creed were subsequently destroyed and their knowledge forever lost in history.
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Three centuries later, an unlettered shepherd in a far away land of Arabia by the name of Muhammad (peace be upon him) started narrating unknown stories about Jesus (peace be upon him) and his miracles of speaking from the cradle as a baby and blowing life into clay birds: stories that are not found in any of the four Gospels of the New Testament.
For centuries these stories were known only to be stories found in the Qur'an, until the late 19th Century, when an unprecedented discovery of the lost Gospel of St. Thomas that dated back to the 4th Century (200 years before the coming of Islam) mentions these very stories that Muhammad (peace be upon him) spoke about!
In this thought-provoking video clip Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi unravels the mystery of the lost stories of Jesus (peace be upon him) and the miracle of Muhammad (peace be upon him).
For more information on this topic please read this article written by a student of Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi: http://muslimmatters.org/2012/01/11/finding-the-jesus-of-islam-in-early-christianities/
Watch the full talk on the Miracles of Muhammad - peace be upon him here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6P90lMdtGs
Recorded on 28th May 2014
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