The Quran verifies Jesus is no ordinary Prophet.<quoted text>
Thank you for agreeing with us that Jesus was a prophet. Whether he was that one or not, doesn't matter. However, we know he was not that one.
Question: If his disciples said that emphatically, why did they not say emphatically say anything about his other foolishly alleged roles, such as son of God, or God in flesh or God and other Bull Shits?
It shows that he was never known as the son of God or God in flesh or God when he was on the planet and also not for the three hundred plus years.
The Claim that Jesus was no more than a Prophet
In an attempt to conceal the uniqueness of Jesus in the Qur'an, many Muslims cite the following verse:
Christ the son of Mary was no more than an apostle; many were the apostles that passed away before him.
Surat-ul Maida (5):75
It is true that in his human nature, Jesus was man of flesh just like all the other prophets. However, we cannot ignore the teaching of the Scriptures that reveal to us that in this human flesh dwelt the Word of God of divine nature.(John 1:14, "The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us"). Though we could never begin to explain this mystery of the divine and human nature of Jesus, the Scriptures confirm its truth. Even the Qur'an points to both the human and divine nature of Jesus. For example, we read the following:
0 People of the Book (Jews and Christians)! Commit no excesses in your religion; nor say of God aught but the truth. Christ Jesus the son of Mary was (no more than) an apostle of God, and His Word, and a Spirit proceeding from Him.
Surat-un Nisaa (4):171
Though the Qur'an is justified in refuting the claim by some heretical Christians of that day that Jesus was the third of three gods along with his mother Mary, it must be carefully noted that the Qur'an has preserved the uniqueness and divine splendor of Jesus by referring to him as "His (God's) Word" and "Spirit proceeding from Him (God)."
The New Testament of the Bible likewise calls Jesus "Word of God" (Revelation 19:13). This term should not be considered lightly. Most Muslims will readily admit that the Word of God was never created, and can never die; it is eternal from everlasting to everlasting. Such can only be of the divine nature!
As for the phrase "Spirit proceeding from Him", the Arabic for this is "ruh-un min hu" and is found elsewhere in the Qur'an.
He (God) has written Faith int their hearts, and strengthened them with a Spirit from Himself.
Surat-ul Mujadila (58):22
In "The Holy Qur'an / Translation with Commentary" by Yusuf Ali, there is a footnote No. 5365 which describes this "Spirit from Himself" as "the divine Spirit which we can no more define adequately than we can define in human language the nature and attributes of God."
From the above it should be obvious that this same phrase "Spirit from Him (God)" which the Qur'an uses to describe Jesus in Surat-un Nisaa (4):171 is speaking of one who is more than just an ordinary prophet!
There are several other teachings from Al-Qur'an that point to the uniqueness of Jesus that should not be overlooked. They are listed as follows:
1) Miraculously born of a virgin
She (Mary) said: "How shall I have a son, seeing that no man has touched me, and I am not unchaste?"
He (Gabriel) said: "So (it will be); 'Thy Lord saith, That is easy for Me.'"
Surat-u Maryam (19):20-21