Quran passage denying Jesus’ divinity was sung in Scottish cathedral on Epiphany

Quran passage denying Jesus’ divinity was sung in Scottish cathedral on Epiphany
The suras of St. Mary's. (Image: Screen grab of not-yet-removed Watch News 2 video, YouTube)

[Ed. – …and, the video of the event has now been removed by the YouTube user, along with the cathedral’s Facebook post celebrating the ecumenical event.  But the dhimmitude is coming along nicely.]

A passage from the Koran that denies one of the central tenets of the Christian faith was sung aloud at a cathedral service in Scotland.

The passage from Surah 19, which specifically denies that Jesus was the Son of God and says He should not be worshipped, was sung during a Eucharist service at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow to mark the feast of the Epiphany.

video of the recital was posted on YouTube showing a girl singing the passage in a typical Islamic style. It narrates the Islamic account of the birth of Jesus, which includes the claim that Mary was “ashamed” after giving birth, and the infant Christ miraculously spoke from the cradle – something not found in Christian scripture.

She then concludes by singing verse 35, which states in translation: “It befitteth not the Majesty of Allah that He should take unto Himself a son,” and then verse 36, which has the infant Jesus saying: “And lo! Allah is my Lord and your Lord. So worship Him. That is the right path.”

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