The Teachings of Islam

The teachings of Islam never cease to amaze me, though I hesitate not in saying that is probably because I am not as familiar with them as I could be.
However, I have learned in recent experience that at least some Muslims believe that the Christianity of Christians is corrupt, and that within Islam is the true religion of Christ.

Their acceptance of Jesus as a prophet and a great leader and teacher places them close enough to Christiandom that their teachings can be hazardous to Christians who might happen upon them.

To Muslims, I can only say that God sent His only begotten Son Jesus Christ to die for you. Your sins (of lies, jealousies, greed, etc.), like mine, were forgiven on Calvary, and the gift of salvation is available to any who would look to Jesus with faith and trust. Accept the forgiveness that He so longs to give to you. Only then will you be made fit for Heaven.

In reviewing various teachings of Islam here, I hope to educate Christian against such false arguments, though a positive side effect would be a Muslim seeing the truth via the reviews.

Timothy’s Burden was to “reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering,” so I shall endeavor to do so.

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