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    • Nobody knows what Jesus was quoting but it's definitely not in the Tanakh ("Old Testament") nor does it appear to be in any "apocrypha" either.
    • 3. Aḥmad b. Ḥanbal (d. 855 CE) - al-Jāmiʿ li-ʿulūm imām Aḥmad: al-Rijālأحمد بن حنبل - الجامع لعلوم إمام أحمد: الرجال قال عبد اللَّه: سمعت أبي ذكر عطية العوفي فقال: هو ضعيف الحديث Abdullah said: he heard his father regarding Attiyah Al-Aufi, he siad: Weak in hadith Ahmed Bin Hanbal said he is weak, but why? in the very next line, reason is mentioned. قال أبي: بلغني أن عطية كان يأتي الكلبي فيأخذ عنه التفسير، وكان يكنيه بأبي سعيد، فيقول: قال أبو سعيد،  My father said: I was informed that Atiyah used to come to Al-Kalbi, and he would take the explanation from him. and he gave him kunniyah Abu Saed and he used to say: Abu Saed said... and then same narration from Abdullah comes via his father: وقال عبد اللَّه: حدثني أبي قال: حدثنا أبو أحمد الزبيري قال: سمعت سفيان الثوري قال: سمعتُ الكلبي قال: كناني عطية أبا سعيد. here again Sufyan heard from Al-Kalbi who says the rest of narration. then comes another quote: ال عبد اللَّه: قال أبي: وكان سفيان يعني: الثوري يضعف حديث عطية. taht Sufwan deemed him weak which I already mentioned in above post that he used narration of Al-kalbi the liar himself to deem attiyah weak and accuse him of narrating from Al-kalbi as Abu Saed instead of Abu Saed Al Khudri Again Ahmed Bin Hanbal relied on a reason, that has its basis in words of a liar and forger Al-Kabli. Since there are only two narrations and both are from Al-Kalbi himself. Thus Jarah of Ahmed Bin Hanbal is nullified as well, and so is the jarah of other scholors who deemed attiyah weak since almost everyone acuused attiyah of going to Al-Kalbi and narrating from him with Kunniyah of Abu Saed.  
    • Christians who worship Jesus are, Christians who worship just God aren't. There is a big distinction there.  Christians who understand the Jewish roots of Christianity would never worship Jesus.
    • On this matter we see eye to eye. I would also add that by extension, the idea of the "kingdom of God" in the manner that Jesus conveys in Luke 17:21 is very directly related to the nature of Islam (Submission), the act, which is related to the Heart (Qalb). This kingdom is sought, on a spiritual level, through the pursuit to reach Ihsan (Perfection of Deen, which entails a spiritual realization).   
    • In sha Allah you get to teach Quran.    the best of those are the ones that learn quran and teach it to others. So in sha Allah you and I can become of those people.    that quote was said to me by 2 of my quran teachers ahaha. 
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