1-B. Table of Muhammad’s Titles

The references and the totals that are based on them are close approximations. It goes with Part One in the series: Either Jesus or Muhammad.

As I say in every post in this series:

Jesus said:

“He who is not with me is against me. He who does not gather with me scatters.” (Luke 11:23, my translation)

In following Islam, people who call themselves Muslims have scattered from Jesus. They must come to him and follow him exclusively. They must pray: “Jesus, I follow you and you alone. I leave behind my previous religion. I am now yours, forever.”

Now let’s begin the study to see the huge differences between Jesus and Muhammad.

This post has a companion pice that interprets these data:

1. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Their Natures and Roles

The titles are warner, announcer, messenger, and prophet. I lay out the basic data with few theological comments or criticisms.

Table 1

Warner: Nadhir

Notes:Red refers to Muhammad.
Green refers to Muhammad when he is implied in a verse, but not explicitly mentioned.
Black refers to Biblical warners, humans or angels.
Blue refers to warners generally, unspecified.
Brown refers to Allah and his angels or the Quran.
Violet refers to non-Biblical warners other than Muhammad. the number in parentheses indicates how many times the same word is found in one verse, but only if more than once. In addition to the nouns (e.g. warner), verbs or clauses are included (e.g. Warn! or Muhammad gives warning).Sura means Chapter. Some were revealed while Muhammad lived in Mecca, others in Medina, after his Hijrah or Flight there in AD 622.

Meccan Suras

Medinan Suras

6:19
6:48
6:51
6:92

6:130
7:2
7:63
7:69
7:184
7:188
10:2

10:73
10:101
11:2
11:12

11:25
13:7
14:44

14:52
15:89
16:2
17:59
17:60

17:105
18:2
18:4

18:56 (2)
21:45 (2)
19:39
19:97
22:49
22:50

22:51
25:1
25:7

25:18
25:51
25:56
26:115
26:173
26:194
26:208
26:214
27:92

27:58
28:46
29:50
32:3

(2, one is general)
34:28
34:34
34:44

34:46
35:18
35:23
35:24

(2, one implies Muhammad)
35:37
35:42
(2, one implies Muhammad)
36:6
36:10
 (2)
36:11
36:70
 (or the Quran)
37:72
37:73

37:177
38:4
38:65
38:70

39:71
40:15
40:18
41:4
41:13
42:7

43:23
44:3
46:3

46:9
46:12
46:21
46:29
50:2
50:45
51:50
51:51
53:56
 (2, one is general)
54:9
54:16
54:18
54:21
54:23
54:30

54:33
54:36
54:37
54:38
54:39

54:41
67:8
67:9
67:26

71:1
71:2
74:2
74:36

77:6
78:40

79:45
92:14
2:6 (2)
2:119
2:213
3:28
3:30
4:165
5:19 (2, one is general)
8:2
24:17
33:45
48:8

Summary

Red: 58
Green: 12
Black: 9
Blue: 9
Brown: 18
Violet: 8
Red: 7
Green: 0
Black: 3
Blue: 2
Brown: 1
Violet: 0
Total: 65
Total: 12
Total: 12
Total: 11
Total: 19
Total: 8

Grand Total: 125

 

Table 2

Announcer: Bashir

Notes:Red refers to Muhammad.
Green refers to Muhammad when he is implied in the verse, but not explicitly mentioned.
Black refers to Biblical announcers, humans or angels.
Blue refers to announcers generally, unspecified.
Brown refers to Allah or angels or the Quran as announcers.
Violet refers to non-Biblical announcers other than Muhammad.Number in parentheses indicates how many times the same word is found in one verse, but only if more than once.In addition to noun (e.g. bringer), verbs and clauses were counted (e.g. bring glad tidings! or Muhammad gives glad tidings).Sura means Chapter. Some were revealed while Muhammad lived in Mecca, others in Medina, after his Hijrah or Flight there in AD 622.

Meccan Suras

Medinan Suras

6:48
7:188
10:2

10:64
10:87
11:2
11:69
11:71
11:74

12:96
15:53
15:54
15:55
16:89
16:102
17:9

17:105
18:2
18:56
19:97
19:107
22:34
22:37

25:22
25:56
27:02
29:31

31:7
34:28
35:24
36:11

37:101
37:112

38:67
39:17

41:4
41:30
42:23

45:8
46:12
51:28
57:12
80:39
84:24
2:25
2:97
2:119
2:155

2:213
2:223
3:21
3:39
3:45
3:126

4:138
4:165
5:19 (2, one is general)
8:10
9:3
9:21
9:34
9:112
33:45
33:47
48:8

57:12
61:6
61:13

Summary

Red: 22
Green: 1
Black: 7
Blue: 4
Brown: 26
Violet: 4
Red: 13
Green: 1
Black: 2
Blue: 2
Brown: 5
Violet: 0
Total: 35
Total: 2
Total: 9
Total: 6
Total: 31
Total: 4

Grand Total: 87

 

Table 3

Prophet: Nabi

Notes:Red refers to Muhammad.
Green refers to Muhammad when he is not explicitly mentioned in a verse, but only implied.
Black refers to Biblical prophets.
Blue refers to prophets generally, unspecified.
Violet refers to non-Biblical prophets other than Muhammad.Number in parentheses indicates how many times the same word is found in one verse, but only if more than once.Since the goal is to analyze titles, only the noun “prophet” is counted here. The verb form of nabi is typically translated as “to inform” and is most often found in the clause “Allah will inform humanity of their deeds in the Last Day.” But here is a partial list of references that apply to Muhammad informing, telling, or declaring: Suras 3:15; 5:60; 15:49, 51; 18:3; 22:72; 27:221; 34:7.Sura means Chapter. Some were revealed while Muhammad lived in Mecca, others in Medina, after his Hijrah or Flight there in AD 622.

Meccan Suras

Medinan Suras

6:89
6:112
7:94
7:157
7:158

17:55
19:30
19:41
19:49
19:51
19:52
19:53
19:54
19:56
19:58
22:52 (Medinan?)
25:31
29:27
37:112
39:69
43:5
43:6

45:16
2:61
2:91
2:136
2:177
2:213

2:246
2:247
2:248
3:21
3:39
3:68
3:79
3:80

3:81
3:84
3:112
3:117
3:146
3:161

3:181
4:69
4:155
4:163
5:20
5:44
5:81
8:64
8:65
8:67
8:70
9:61
9:73
9:113
9:117
33:1
33:6

33:7
33:13
33:28
33:30
33:32
33:38

33:40
33:45
33:50
 (3)
33:53 (2)
33:56
33:59
49:2

57:26
60:12
65:1
66:1
66:3
66:8
66:9

Summary

Red: 2
Green: 2 (or 1; see 22:52)
Black: 10
Blue: 7
Brown: 0
Violet: 2
Red: 33
Green: (1?)
Black: 19
Blue: 8
Brown: 0
Violet: 0
Total: 9
Total: 2
Total: 30
Total: 14
Total: 9
Total: 2

Grand Total: 92

 

Table 4

Messenger: Rasul

Notes:Red refers to Muhammad when he is mentioned explicitly.
Green refers to Muhammad when he is not mentioned explicitly, but is only implied.
Black means Biblical messengers, humans or angels.
Brown means angels.
Blue refers to messengers generally, unspecified.
Violet refers to non-Biblical messengers other than Muhammad.Number in parentheses indicates how many times the same word is found in one verse, but only if more than once.The verb “send” (related to the root r-s-l) is not included in the count, but this verb would raise the totals considerably.Sura means Chapter. Some were revealed while Muhammad lived in Mecca, others in Medina, after his Hijrah or Flight there in AD 622.

Meccan Suras

Medinan Suras

6:10
6:34
 (2)
6:48
6:61
6:124
6:130
7:35
7:43
7:53

7:6
7:37
7:61
7:63
7:67
7:71
7:77

7:101
7:104
7:157
7:158

10:13
10:21
10:47

10:74
10:103
11:59
11:69
11:77

11:81
11:120
12:50
12:110
13:32
13:38
 (2)
13:43
14:4
14:9 (one Biblical, two non-Biblical)
14:10 (same as 14:9)
14:11 (same as 14:9)
14:13 (same as 14:9)
14:44
14:47

15:11
15:57
15:61
15:80
15:106
16:35
16:36

16:113
17:15
17:77

17:93
17:94

17:95
19:19
19:51
19:54
20:47
20:134
21:25
21:41
22:52

22:75
22:78
23:32
23:44 (2)
23:51
23:69
25:7
25:20
25:27
25:30

25:37
25:41
26:15
26:27
26:105
26:107
26:123
26:125
26:143

26:160
26:162
26:176
26:178

27:10
27:35
28:7
28:47
28:59

28:65
29:18
29:31
29:33

30:9
30:47
34:45
35:1
35:4
35:25

36:3
36:13
36:14
 (2)
36:16
36:20

36:30
36:52
37:37
37:123
37:133
37:139
37:171
37:181
38:14
39:71
40:5
40:22
40:34
40:50
40:51
40:70

40:78 (3)
40:83
41:14

41:43
42:51
43:29
43:45

43:46
43:80
44:5
44:13

44:17
44:18
46:9
46:35

50:14
51:31
51:52
69:10
69:40 (or Gabriel)
72:6
72:23
72:27
73:15 (2, one is Biblical)
73:16
77:11
81:19
91:13
2:87 (2)
2:98
2:101
2:105
2:108
2:129
2:143
2:151
2:214

2:252
2:253
2:279
2:285 (3, one to Muhammad)
3:32
3:49
3:53
3:81
3:86
3:101
3:132
3:144
3:153
3:164
3:172

3:179 (2)
3:183 (2)
3:184
3:194

4:13
4:42
4:59
4:61
4:64
 (2, one implies Muhammad)
4:69
4:79
4:80
4:64
 (2)
4:70
4:80
4:83
4:100
4:115
4:136
 (3, one is general)
4:150 (2, one is general)
4:152
4:157
4:158 (2)
4:164 (2)
4:165 (2)
4:170
4:171
5:12
5:15
5:19 (2, one is general)
5:32
5:33
5:41
5:55
5:56
5:67

5:70 (2)
5:87
5:75 (2)
5:83
5:92
 (2)
5:99
5:104

5:109
5:111
8:1 (2)
8:13 (2)
8:20
8:24
8:27
8:41
8:46
9:1
9:3
9:7
9:13
9:16
9:24
9:26
9:29
9:33
9:54
9:59
 (2)
9:61 (2)
9:62
9:63
9:65

9:70 (2 Biblical and 3? non-Biblical)
9:71
9:74
9:80
9:81
9:84
9:86
9:88
9:90
9:91
9:94
9:97
9:99
9:105
9:107
9:120
9:128
24:47

24:45
24:48
24:50
24:51
24:52
24:54
 (2)
24:56
24:62
24:63
33:12
33:21
33:22
 (2)
33:28
33:29
33:30
33:31
33:32
33:33
33:36
 (2)
33:40
33:53
33:57
33:66
33:71
47:32
47:33
48:9
48:12
48:13
48:17
48:26
48:27
48:28
48:29
49:1
49:3
49:7
49:14
49:15
57:7
57:8
57:19

57:21
57:25

57:27
57:28
58:4
58:5
58:8
58:9
58:12
58:13
58:20
58:21
58:22
59:4
59:6
 (2, one is general)
59:7 (3)
59:8
60:1
61:5
61:6
 (2, one is Biblical)
61:9
61:11
62:2
63:1
 (2)
63:5
63:7
63:8

64:6
64:8
64:12
 (2)
65:8
65:11
98:2

Summary

Red: 20
Green: 32
Black: 23
Blue: 42
Brown: 12
Violet: 18
Red: 167
Green: 6
Black: 26
Blue: 14
Brown: 0
Violet: 0
Total: 187
Total: 38
Total: 49
Total: 56
Total: 12
Total: 18

Grand Total: 360

ARTICLES IN THE SERIES

1. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Their Natures and Roles

1-B. Table of Muhammad’s Titles (To be paired with Part One)

2. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Were Both Sinless?

3. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Living in Freedom or Dead Laws

4. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Does Islam Improve on Christianity?

5. Either Jesus or Muhammad: How They Confronted Satan

6. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Their Views on Wealth

7. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Their Reactions to Insults

8. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Their Views on Violence

9. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Significance of Their Deaths

10. Either Jesus or Muhammad: Bible Prophecy

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