Torah Holy Book In Urdu |TOP|
The Islamic holy books are certain religious scriptures that are viewed by Muslims as having valid divine significance, in that they were authored by God (Allah) through a variety of prophets and messengers, including those who predate the Quran.
Torah Holy Book In Urdu
The Quran mentions the Zabur, interpreted as being the Book of Psalms, as being the holy scripture revealed to King David (Dawud). Scholars have often understood the Psalms to have been holy songs of praise, and not a book administering law. The current Psalms are still praised by many Muslim scholars. Quran 21:105 and Psalm 37:29 are direct counterparts.
The Injil was the holy book revealed to Jesus (Isa), according to the Quran. Although some lay Muslims believe the Injil refers to the entire New Testament, most scholars and Muslims believe that it refers not to the New Testament but to an original Gospel, given to Jesus as the word of Allah. Therefore, according to Muslim belief, the Gospel was the message that Jesus, being divinely inspired, preached to the Children of Israel. The current canonical Gospels, in the belief of Muslim scholars, are not divinely revealed but rather are documents of the life of Jesus, as written by various contemporaries, disciples and companions. These Gospels, in Muslim belief, contain portions of the teachings of Jesus, but neither represent nor contain the original Gospel from Allah.
Each holy book is greatly significant to its people, and every Muslim must believe in them. After all, they were sent down by the One God, with one purpose: to guide people to His worship which enables them to lead righteous lives. And, although all four books are, by now, very different, they are still bound, as one, by the same message: that God is eternally, infinitely one.
The name of the Scripture revealed to Prophet Ibrahim is unknown; however, a hadith from the Prophet Muhammad indicates that Prophet Ibrahim had received up to ten holy scrolls from God.7 No version of these scrolls have been reported to still exist, but as far as the content of that which was revealed unto Ibrahim peace be upon him goes, it is indisputable that they were in harmony with all other books of God. This has been stated as a fact in the narrations from the Noble Messenger and the verse of the Holy Quran.
One of the themes and reoccurring concepts in the Torah is the advent of a Messiah, a savior who will appear and deliver man from darkness and oppression. Many of the verses and stories in this holy book point to this matter and the Quran verifies this notion and the promises made in the Torah by saying:
Christian, Jewish, and Muslim scholars all agree on the fact that the Holy Scriptures and texts of Christianity and Judaism have been a victim of distortion and alteration. The Quran however is different from all other holy books because it never has and never will be affected by such impediment as stated in verse nine of Chapter Al-Hijr. This is yet another proof of the importance of the Quran.
In their holy book, the Quran, Muslims are told to believe the Torah of Moses, the psalms of David and the gospel of Jesus. If you've ever spoken with them about the Scriptures, they may have told you they "believe all the prophets."