The Torah and the Gospel are praised in the Qur'an
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ADNAN OKTAR: Some people are hostile towards the Torah.. Well my brother, the Torah is praised in the Qur'an and these people hate the Torah. Are you crazy? Allah praises the Gospel in the Qur'an and these people hate the Gospel. They are out of their minds. Those original parts of the Gospel are like light, they are relief, they are beautiful. They talk about love, they talk about brotherhood, they talk about forgiveness. They talk about loving Allah fervently. Do not read the corrupted passages. You can distinguish them with the commands of the Qur'an, right? You do not go and have yourself hit by a car when you walk the streets, you walk by the sidewalk, yet you use the main road. That means you know which ones are the wrong roads to walk and which ones are right. You should know how to read the Gospel. Those original parts that comply with the Qur'an are valid. The belief in trinity stems from misinterpretations of these commands of the Gospel. That is because at that time Allah presented Himself as "Your Father," to the Muslims of the time. He says "I am your Father." Allah uses such a way of addressing Himself for people to feel love for Allah, for people to feel a strong affection. He says "You are My sons." That is again to increase their love. That does not mean a father-son in the literal meaning. The Prophet Jesus (pbuh) did not say that with [May Allah forbid] a claim of deity in the literal meaning. The Prophet Jesus (pbuh) has said that, but he said "you all are the sons of Allah." He said; "I am the son of Allah and you are the sons of Allah as well." And that can be said according to the Torah, but that is in the sense of love. For instance he said "Our Father Allah," he might have said that and that is again in the sense of love. That is to mean "He rules over everything, He feeds us, He provides for us. He helps us when we are ill." That is for people to understand love. It is an expression to encourage love. It is an expression to exhilarate love.