All that you have is the word of an Arabian who probably couldn't read a word of Latin or Greek or Hebrew or even Arabic, for that matter, but who did have EARS, so that when the "funny stories and tales" of the Christians were recounted to him "by Allah, via Jibreel," like, for example, the miraculous conception of Jesus and the miracles that he performed as an adult, he would have no choice but to believe the "funny stories and tales" and recite them for his scribes to dutifully record.<quoted text>
So, what you have, comes from one called Anne catherine Emmerich, who came a thousand plus seven hundred years later.
Did you even read my post? My point was that we have nothing from Jesus' own mouth about his mother's conception and his birth, etc.
How come Jesus did not say anything to his disciples about the alleged Word, that he was already in Mary, when SHE was born and other junk and stuff?
I would really like to know how educated folks like you can accept funny stories and tales?
Of course, Jesus could not possibly have walked on water. That's an invention of "ignorant fools," besides being a violation of the known laws of physics!!!