Christian Muslim Dialogue

Christians believe that Jesus (pbuh) came to teach all of mankind the religion of God and to show them the path to guidance. All mankind is therefore required to follow his message and only those who believe in the crucifixion and the redemption will be saved. They believe that the Jews are also required to convert to Christianity because they are the most qualified to recognize the word of God and the signs of Jesus (pbuh) to be found in their own book. The Jews, on the other hand, tell us...

Muslim Perspective

(Note the rest of chapter one is an expansion of the original response to Mr. J's letter) hank you Mr. J for your most thought provoking letter. In what is to follow I have Tstriven to avoid objectionable or disrespectful wording. This is an academic exchange and not a slug-fest. I am however human. If one or two cases have slipped by me then I apologize in advance for them. They were not intentional. I also realize that this is quite a lengthy response for someone to read in one sitting....

Christian Perspective

It is my great privilege and pleasure to have been invited to address the readers (of this publication) on some of the most important distinctions between Christianity and Islam. Four questions have been proposed as a means of clarifying the Biblical perspective in relation to the series of articles on Jesus and Christianity that appeared last semester. As I see it, all four questions essentially come together in one basic question Who is Jesus The answer to that question, and the heart of the...

Goal of this book

The goal of this book is simple To exhibit irrefutable tangible proof that mankind is guilty of tampering with the religion of Jesus (pbuh) after his departure. Fourteen hundred years ago, the holy book of the Muslims, the Qur'an, was sent down upon the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) by God informing him that mankind had dared to change the religion of God which He sent down upon Jesus, Moses, and the previous prophets (peace be upon them all). It has taken close to two thousand years for Christianity...