The verses we are going to look at give us a taste of the teaching of Mohammed, the prophet of Islam. Some of them may shock you, and some may amuse you.
Let's start with what the Quran has to say about Jewish and Christian theology:
about the basic beliefs of the Bible.
God sealed them [the Jews] for their unbelief, so they believe not, except a few -- and for their unbelief, and their uttering against Mary a mighty calumny, and for their saying, "We slew he Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, the messenger of God" -- yet they did not slay him neither crucified him, only a likeness of that was shown to them. --(from Sura 4, Women)
In other words, Jesus was not crucified. Someone was crucified in his place. Islam vehemently rejects the crucifixion of Jesus.
This is one of the verses from which the promise of a reward for dying in a Jihad comes. This verse does not say how many virgins are there, but it has been expanded by some Muslim leaders to promise 72 for martyrdom in a Jihad.
Although a little graphic, they have that one close to right.
"They do blaspheme who say Allah is one of three in a Trinity, for there is no god except One Allah". --(Sura 5:73)
Islam doesn't know the loving Fatherhood of God. That intimate relationship with God is foreign to Islam and condemned by the Quran.