1- Calling the Jews and Christians to come to agreement  with Muslims:
“Say. O you who have received the Scripture [Jews and Christians] come to a just determination between us and you; that we worship not any except God, and associate no creature with Him; and that the one of us takes no other for Lord, beside God. But if they turn back, say; bear witness that we are true believers.” [3:64]
2- Ordering the Prophet to Praise God:
“Say. O God possessor of the Kingdom, Thou givest dominion, to whom Thou will, and Thou takes away Kingdom from whom Thou will: Thou exaltest whom Thou wilt, and Thou humblest who, Thou wilt, in Thy hand is good, and Thou art the Almighty: Thou causest the night to succeed the day, and Thou causest the day to succeed the night: Thou bringest forth the living out of the dead and Thou bringest forth the dead out of the living, and Thou art the provider of substance, to whomsoever Thou wilt, without measure.” [3:26-27]
3- Right and Wrong:
“Say, whether you conceal that which is in you hearts, or whether you show it God knoweth it: He knoweth whatever is in heaven and whatever is on earth: and He is the Almighty. On the Day of Judgment, every soul shall find present the good which it wrought. And the evil which it wrought, will cause it such a disgrace, that it shall wish that there was a vast distance between itself and that evil.” [3:29-30]
4. Belief of the Faithful
“The Apostle [Muhammad] believeth in that which has been sent down unto him from his Lord, as do the faithful [also]. Every one [of them] believeth in God and His angels, and His Scriptures, and His Apostles: We make no distinction between any of His Apostles. And they say “We have listened, and so we obey. Thy mercy, O Lord, for unto Thee [O Lord] must we return.”, “God will not burden any soul beyond its power. It shall enjoy the good which it has gained, and shall bear the evil which it has wrought. O Lord punish us not, if we forget or fall into sin; O Lord, lay not on us a burden, like that which Thou hast laid on those who have been before us, neither make us, O Lord, to bear what we have no strength to bear, but be favourable unto us, and spare us and be merciful unto us. Thou art our patron; help us therefore against the unbelieving people.” [2:285-286]
 That is to come to such terms of agreement as are indispensably consonant to the doctrine of all the prophets and scriptures, and therefore cannot be reasonably rejected.
 The Jews and Christians used to pay rather blind obedience to their priests and monks who took upon them to pronounce what things were lawful and what were unlawful, and to dispense with the laws of God. [Sale].
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