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Aga Khan is a direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad. Do we have a direct descendant of Jesus Christ?
Not that we know of, there are rumours that the illuminati know of direct descendents of Jesus (due to a relationship with Mary Magdalane) but this has never been confirmed.Authors have used this premise for books for quite a while(most notably the Davinci Code).And many people have claimed to be descendents or reincarnations but again this has never been confirmed.
But if i had to put my money on someone being the descendent of Jesus Christ then i would have to say Barry Gibb from the Bee Gee's.
Every believer is a direct descendent of Christ, for we all carry His Spirit.
According to Qur'an, Jesus is a prophet (as they say, pbuh), yet He called God Father, in the Bible. Allah is not a Father and does not have a son, according to the Qur'an. In the Bible, God has only one begotten (born) Son. Jesus was also not conceived by a human father, but God the Holy Spirit. This and many more scriptures in the Bible prove that Jesus is God in the flesh (Immanuel). Since His resurrection, His Spirit (aka the Spirit of God) indwells believers by faith. This is what it means to be "born again", adopted into the family of God. This is not a literal birth, but a Spiritual one. Because Jesus is God in the flesh, He never married, nor had children as blasphemous cults teach. Nor did God birth other children in heaven first, then have them born of human parents. I don't believe anything that contradicts the Bible. Muhammad had two earthly parents. Muhammad married (a six-year-old at that) and had children. He has descendants. This is the truth, even though people who don't believe the Bible reject it.
Christ had no children born to him. He did have brothers..Since they didn't have last names it would be impossible to find out. Though it is possible there are descendants.
Only those important to the giving of the law are found in the Bible..so I guess proof is lost.
Maybe those who seek God, are those who are his descendants.
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