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The remainder of Surah Al-Bakarah reminds believers that there is to be no compulsion in matters of religion. Parables are told of people who questioned God’s existence or were arrogant about their own importance on earth. Long passages are devoted to the subject of charity and generosity, calling people to humility and justice. It is here that usury/interest transactions are condemned, and guidelines for business transactions given. This longest chapter of the Qur’an ends with reminders about personal responsibility – that everyone is responsible for themselves in matters of faith.
The third chapter of the Qur’an (Al Imran) then begins. This chapter is named for the family of Imran (the father of Mary, mother of Jesus). The chapter begins with the claim that this Qur’an confirms the messages of previous prophets and messengers of God – it is not a new religion. One is reminded of the strict punishment facing unbelievers in the Hereafter, and the People of the Book (i.e. Jews and Christians) are called upon to recognize the truth – that this revelation is a confirmation of what came before to their own prophets.
In verse 3:33, the story of the family of Imran begins – telling the story of Zakariya, John the Baptist, Mary, and the birth of her son, Jesus Christ.