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Articles on Islam and Christianity?

Is it Important for me to read articles on 'Islam and Christianity'?

To this question we have a 'Yes' answer to both our Christian and Muslim friend. Articles listed in the Islam and Christianity section are well written articles and booklets on topics that are very important to Muslims and Christians.

Since a lot of disagreement exists between Muslims and Christians on topics like "Is Jesus God?" and "Christ in Islam" we have tried to provide excellent literature in this section to clear misconceptions and to invite Christian friends to Islam. Muslim brothers can also benefit from the detailed analysis available on topics like "What does the Bible say about Muhammad (PBUH)?

It is important to note that the Muslim concept of Allah (God), Jesus Christ and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is absolutely clear:

1)    Sin is not inherited.
2)    The "Trinity" is a fabrication.
3)    Jesus is not God.
4)    God does not beget sons or daughters.
5)    Christ was neither killed nor crucified.

However, Christians worldwide are also interested in knowing the truth about such facts and are asking questions which they did not dare to ask a few centuries ago. Questions like:-

1)    Is Jesus God?
2)    What was the Sign of Jonah?
3)    Is the Bible God's Word?
4)    Who moved the Stone?
5)    Was Jesus Christ an Imposter? (A Christian

       Magazine "Plain Truth" - April '77), etc., etc. *

Therefore, It is the duty of the Muslim to help his Christian friend. 

The Holy Quran instructs us Muslims:

Ye are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in God, if only the People of the Book had faith, it were best for them: among them are some who have faith, but most of them are perverted transgressors. (Holy Quran 3:110)

* Taken from the Article "Who moved the Stone" by Ahmad Deedat

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