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The appraisal of jesus christ by muslims and it’s implication on christian muslim relations in githurai, kiambu county, kenya.

Author: 
Kelvin Gatua Karugu
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

The appraisal of Jesus by Muslims all around the world has greatly impacted the relations between Muslims and Christians. Githurai is not that big geographically but in recent times it has seen an increase in growth with Muslims and that has attracted to this research. For a long time the understanding of Jesus by both Muslims and the Christians have attracted attention over the centuries since the birth of Islam. The founder of Islam, Muhammad, who received the Quran inform of a revelation from Allah through angel Gabriel, develops the ground breaking understanding of Jesus as how he was viewed and seen during his time and especially around him. This understanding is grown from the Quran and the hadiths which reflects what Muhammad approved and disapproved and has led to the major discussion by Islamic scholars and leaders in all aspects of the Islamic teachings and theology. As a result of the appraisal of Jesus by Muslims in Githurai Christian Muslim relation has been affected. Conflicting and abusive language has been used in discussions involving Jesus thus causing tension. These have been experienced in several debates and open discussions which have been witnessed in Githurai. In the context of this subject Jesus appraisal by Muslims, the research was guided by three objectives, examining classical Islamic teachings on Jesus, assessing the contemporary perception of Jesus in Githurai, and exploring the implication of Jesus appraisal to Christian Muslim relations. The theory of interreligious hermeneutics, where both interpretation of the Quran, hadith and the interpretation from the encounter with Muslims was used, and the research techniques which was used was qualitative technique adopting a descriptive research design. The population targeted was 3000 as from the records of the church and the mosques that are in the area, though not all churches were considered. As a result of the population gathered, getting the whole population was not easy and therefore the researcher opted to use a small number of respondents that were available. Both Christians and Muslims were the respondents to this research. The researcher ventured into the field and come out with concrete findings, observations and conclusion of the subject of Jesus and his view by Muslims in regards to Christian Muslim relations, which was clear that there have been tension between the two faiths thus affecting Christian Muslim relations. The researcher concludes that Githurai is a growing area where the appraisal of Jesus is a threat to Christian Muslim relations. Therefore the researcher recommends that further study should be conducted in the area seeing to it how businesses can be used as agents of boosting Christian Muslim in the area.

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