Compared Translations of the meaning of the Quran - 3:67
al-Imran - The Family of Imran, The House of Imran
Verse: 67

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al-Imran (The Family of Imran, The House of Imran) 3:67

3:67 ما كان ابراهيم يهوديا ولانصرانيا ولكن كان حنيفا مسلما وماكان من المشركين


TransliterationMa kana ibraheemu yahoodiyyan wala nasraniyyan walakin kana haneefan musliman wama kana mina almushrikeena
LiteralAbraham was not a Jew and nor a Christian and but (he) was (a) true submitter/Moslem/Unifier of God a Moslem/submitter, and (he) was not from the sharers/takers of partners (with God).37

Yusuf AliAbraham was not a Jew nor yet a Christian; but he was true in Faith, and bowed his will to Allah's (Which is Islam), and he joined not gods with Allah.
PickthalAbraham was not a Jew, nor yet a Christian; but he was an upright man who had surrendered (to Allah), and he was not of the idolaters.
Arberry No; Abraham in truth was not a Jew, neither a Christian; but he was a Muslim and one pure of faith; certainly he was never of the idolaters.
ShakirIbrahim was not a Jew nor a Christian but he was (an) upright (man), a Muslim, and he was not one of the polytheists.
SarwarAbraham was not a Jew or a Christian. He was an upright person who had submitted himself to the will of God. Abraham was not a pagan
KhalifaAbraham was neither Jewish, nor Christian; he was a monotheist submitter. He never was an idol worshiper.
Hilali/KhanIbrahim (Abraham) was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but he was a true Muslim Hanifa (Islamic Monotheism - to worship none but Allah Alone) and he was not of Al-Mushrikoon (See V.2:105).
H/K/SaheehAbraham was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but he was one inclining toward truth, a Muslim [submitting to Allah]. And he was not of the polytheists.
MalikAbraham was neither a Jew nor a Christian but he was a Muslim, true in faith. He was not one of the Pagans (who set up partners with Allah).[67]
QXPAbraham was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but he was an upright man who had surrendered to Allah. He never ascribed divinity to anyone beside One True God.
Maulana AliAbraham was not a Jew nor a Christian, but he was (an) upright (man), a Muslim; and he was not one of the polytheists.
Free MindsAbraham was neither a Jew nor a Nazarene, but he was a monotheist who surrendered; he was not of those who set up partners.
Qaribullah No, Abraham was neither a Jew nor a Nazarene. He was of pure faith, a submitter (Muslim). He was never of the idolaters.

George SaleAbraham was neither a Jew, nor a Christian; but he was of the true religion, one resigned unto God, and was not of the number of the idolaters.
JM RodwellAbraham was neither Jew nor Christian; but he was sound in the faith, a Muslim; and not of those who add gods to God.

AsadAbraham was neither a "Jew" nor a "Christian", but was one who turned away from all that is false, having surrendered himself unto God; and he was not of those who ascribe divinity to aught beside Him.