In 1893, MGA called At-Tabari as the chief of the Mufassireen. This is ironic since At-Tabari has the “substitution-theory” in it and no other alternative story for Eisa (as)’s escape from the cross. Ironically, Abu Jafar al-Tabari, the father of Quranic exegetists, claimed that Esa (as) hasn’t died yet. Also, check out Praise for Tafsir al-Tabari from Great Scholars of the Past herein.
The mufassirūn are in agreement that Jesus did not die, that instead he ascended to heaven body and soul while someone else died in his place. Their principal disagreement is only whether God cast the image of Jesus on a number of people, from whom the Jews chose one to crucify, or whether God cast the image of Jesus only on one specific person. (Reynolds, 2009: 41), See Upal, “Moderate Fundamentalist” (2017).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Aina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam, Ruhani Khazain, Vol. 5, page 168
“….Ibn Jarir At-Tabari, who is the chief of the Mufassireen….”.
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