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The great messenger of God
The great messenger of God, Jesus, says: "And this is life eternal, that they might know You the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom You have sent." John 17:3

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: "Do not over-praise me as the Christians over-praised Jesus the son of Mary. I am His slave, so say: 'God's slave and messenger'." Narrated by both Al-Bukhari and Muslim

Table of Contents

Preface

Goal of this book
Follow this chart from Christianity to Islam
Table of Definitions and Abbreviations

Chapter 1 - Christian-Muslim Dialogue

1.1 Christian perspective 1.2 Muslim perspective
1.2.1 'Blind faith' or 'Prove all things'? 1.2.2 The 'Trinity', or 1+1+1=1
1.2.2.1 Matthew 28:19 1.2.2.2 I Corinthians 12:4-6
1.2.2.3 II Corinthians 13:14 1.2.2.4 Jude 1:20-21
1.2.2.5 1 John 5:7 1.2.2.6 John 1:1
1.2.2.7 John 10:30 1.2.2.8 Genesis 1:26
1.2.2.9 John 14:8-9 1.2.2.10 John 14:6
1.2.2.11 John 20:28 1.2.2.12 A logical analysis
1.2.2.13 On 'steam, water, and ice' 1.2.3 The 'Son of God'
1.2.3.1 Anglican bishops declare that Jesus is not God 1.2.3.2 How many 'Sons' does God have?
1.2.3.3 Because God was his 'Father'? 1.2.3.4 Because he performed miracles?
1.2.3.5 Because he was filled with the Holy Ghost? 1.2.3.6 Because he was the 'Image of God'?
1.2.3.7 Because he was 'from above'? 1.2.3.8 Because he was the 'Messiah/Christ' and the 'Word'?
1.2.3.9 Because he was called 'Lord'? 1.2.3.10 Because God 'gave His only begotten Son'?
1.2.3.11 What about 'Unto us a child is born'? 1.2.3.12 How did Jesus' people know him?
1.2.3.13 Is God a man? 1.2.3.14 Does God pray to Himself?
1.2.3.15 Jesus is God's servant 1.2.3.16 Does God have a God?
1.2.3.17 Is God greater than Himself? 1.2.3.18 More to think about
1.2.3.19 Was God ignorant and savage? 1.2.3.20 But he must be God, or else we can not be saved
1.2.3.21 But he must be God, he was lifted up 1.2.4 'Worship me! '
1.2.4.1 Who can forgive sins? 1.2.4.2 Jesus said 'I am' so he must be God
1.2.4.3 But people 'worshipped' Jesus and he did not object 1.2.4.4 But he doesn't need to say it
1.2.5 Historical origin of the 'Trinity' myth 1.2.6 The systematic destruction of the law of Jesus
1.2.7 Christianity's true founder, Paul, admits fabrication 1.2.8 Summary: What is a 'Trinity'?
1.2.9 Conclusion

Chapter 2 - Contradictions in the Bible

2.1 Christian scholars recognize contradictions 2.2 A small sampling of these contradictions
2.3 Did mankind tamper with the Old Testament? 2.4 When is a book an 'inspired' book?

Chapter 3 - Ancient paganism and the dangers of compromise

Chapter 4 - Jesus' second coming and 'grace'

Chapter 5 - Various miscellanea

5.1 A Biblical picture of God 5.2 My grandfather did it (or: Is King David going to Hell?)
5.3 Poison yourself or be damned 5.4 Who's will is stronger?
5.5 Who bears the sin? 5.6 Like Jesus prayed
5.7 Like Jesus' greeting 5.8 Thirty seven verses word for word?
5.9 Melchizedek, A god greater than Jesus? 5.10 The ultimate test of Jesus
5.11 Who was 'Immanuel'? 5.12 Eli, Eli, Lama Sabachthani
5.13 Hiding the miracles 5.14 Was 'Christ' a 'Christian'?
5.15 Will Judas judge Israel? 5.16 Does God need an 'blood atonement'?

Chapter 6 - Muhammad in the Bible

6.1 Three distinct prophesies 6.2 Foretells the story of the chapter of 'Al-Alak'
6.3 A Paraclete like Jesus 6.4 The emigration (The Hijra)
6.5 Isaiah's vision 6.6 Truthfulness of Muhammad (pbuh)
6.7 Moses foretells of Muhammad's coming 6.8 Legitimacy of Hagar and Ishmael
6.9 A rod out of the stem of Jesse 6.10 Reference to Moses, Jesus, & Muhammad in that order
6.11 God did not kill Muhammad for speaking in His name 6.12 Glorifies Jesus (pbuh)
6.13 The rejected stone 6.14 Other Prophesies

Chapter 7 - The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Gospel of Barnabas

Chapter 8 - Jesus in the Qur'an

Chapter 9 - The manners and morals of Muhammad

Chapter 10 - The life of Muhammad

Chapter 11 - What is Islam?

Chapter 12 - Islamic faith: Some details

Chapter 13 - The miracle and challenge of the Qur'an

Chapter 14 - 'We' an Arabic and Hebrew plural of respect

Chapter 15 - Women in Christianity and Islam

Chapter 16 - Summary

Chapter 17 - Additional references

Index

 

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