If a Muslim came to a Christian, and asked him to explain his belief in Jesus Christ - how would a Christian respond?
If an Imam asked a Christian Pastor to bring evidence of the Gospel's authority - would a Pastor welcome the opportunity?
And if any Muslim would ask a Christian to judge between their respective beliefs - would a Christian know how to do it?
These questions presupposed an occurrence that most Christians will never encounter... because most Muslims do not ask.
Yet, the Qur'an has been asking these exact same questions of us for the last thirteen hundred years Should we ignore the Qur'an for another Millennia? It is time to answer.
On a visit to my local mosque, I asked the Imam if I could pray with him. Before I started to pray the Imam quickly interjected. "You are not going to pray to Mary, are you?" That there are those who pray to Mary (and worship her) is maybe understandable - but it is not Biblical
Christians are told in the Qur'an to desist using the term 'Trinity.' But the word 'Trinity' is not found in the Bible.
I believe, as Abraham believed, that there is a God that can be seen and a God that we do not see - BUT they are one and the same
Allah is not a name, but the Arabic word for God, even Christians in the Middle East use the word
Al-Ma'idah 47 Let the People of the Gospel judge by what Allah has revealed in it.
Isaiah 43:10 You are my witness, declares the LORD, and my servant whom I have chosen, that you may know and believe me and understand that I am he.
Here we hopefully put right many misconceptions - and bring what God has revealed.