Jesus, The Untold Story: His Life and Message (4-hour Course)

I will be teaching a course on the life of Jesus at Keele University on Wednesday 10th/December/2014 from 17.00-21.00. The course will be based on the Qur’anic account of Jesus’ life which I will contrast with the story in the New Testament and other Christian and historical sources. I will also make comparative references to relevant concepts and statements from the Old Testament and other Jewish writings. I will explain where the various accounts agree and differ.

Over the four hours I will be covering the following subjects in their chronological order:

  • Mary’s story and the annunciation
  • Jesus’ birth
  • The concept of Messiah
  • The miracles of Jesus
  • Jesus’ message
  • Jesus’ book, the Injil
  • The crucifixion
  • The concept of Jesus’ second coming

Booking is open on the website of the Madina Institute . The booking includes a free copy of my book Jesus the Muslim Prophet.

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Chahrazed Ahriz
Chahrazed Ahriz
6 years ago

Salam alaikum.

I have been following your blog for a while now and would like to thank you for the the quality and relevance of your research and writing.
I am very interested in this course, but i live in Scotland which quite far away.
Is there a way for me to take the course over skype or a live broadcast.
I am mostly interested to know your perspective about the concept of Jesus’ second coming.

Chahrazed Ahriz
Chahrazed Ahriz
6 years ago

Salam Alaikum Thank you very much for replying to my message, all my dua for the course to be beneficial for everyone involved inshallah. I will inshallah get in touch with you and the madina institute to discuss the possibility of having it in Aberdeen around Easter time. I will do a survey in my community to see if there is interest in such a course or an adapted version of it. I have been coordinating a quran tadabbur (pondering on the Quran) ladies’ study circle in my hometown for the last 3 years and I have to say that… Read more »