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Christianity versus Islam

Updated on April 15, 2014

Why the Fight?

The age-long and recent clashes or a crisis between the Christians and the Muslims is not an issue we all have to be confused about. I take my framework from the words of the son of God (Christ Jesus) in John16:1-6. Of course, I do know that the Mohammedan’s Quran supports and proclaims Christ Jesus as the righteous one. But the problem they have had and are yet to overcome is the divine nature of Christ Jesus.

The Problem of Mohammedans

Man was born in carnality and operates by the rules of their carnal mind. Mohammed from the stories and histories we have read in the Quran was the most carnal man I ever known. He has successfully been able to transfer the spirit of carnality and violence directly into his followers through the Quran. Although, so many write-ups he wrote about the bible or characters of the bible were incomplete bible stories he heard from his close Christian friends then. Anyone who has read the Quran before will know this if you have not been hypnotized by the carnal and violent spirit of Mohammed.

Most of the sayings of Mohammed were carnal, though some of them appear to be filled with little mortals yet it gives allowance for the sinful nature of man. Anyone could have known that it’s just a conjecture of some mental works.

Mohammed tried to reason out the deity and divine nature of God with his carnal mind as most Muslims do today. They have refused to believe in the son of God and the bible says he that does not believe in Jesus has not believed in God himself. Any other attempt to serve or believe God is only a futile effort and self deception of the highest order.

The Error of Violence

Islam is a religion that came by violence and may eventually end by violence. Serving God should be a matter of choice to every individual not force. Even as God created the first man and woman, Adam and Eve, he gave them freedom to choose whether to follow the truth or lie. It was in the era of Mohammed that he began to force people around him to serve his god the exact way he does it. He gained many followers to himself and began to teach them errors about getting into the kingdom of God. The question every one of us must ask ourselves is; what good does a religion that encourages you to take the life of your fellow man who does not accept your religion have to offer?

However, we are not surprised at this because Christ Jesus has long prophesied about it in John16:1-2 “These things have i spoken unto you that ye should not be offended. They shall put you out of the synagogues, yea, the time cometh that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service” what a proof of the deity of Jesus from this statement that has been made even long before the man Mohammed was born.

How terrible it is for someone to think that he is on the right track whereas he is on the wrong path. Here is what makes the issue so terrible; the most terrible people we have on the face of earth are the people who are wrong and yet do not know that they are wrong.

Serving the True God

Christ Jesus spoke clearly in the bible in the days of the Pharisees and Sadducees. He said “a time is coming when the true worshippers will no longer come to this mountain to pray, but the true worshippers will worship the father in Spirit and in truth; for the father seeketh such to worship”. Because God is a Spirit, therefore man must believe and worship him in the spirit. But the problem is how can a carnal man, a man with an unregenerated spirit serve God?

Little wonder, the Muslims had to bring the subject of serving God into the sense realm to analyse. How can God who is a spirit have a son? Can he have a son like man does? Who is his wife then? Are few amongst many question carnal men ask in their pursuit of God. Hmmmmm, what a level of carnality!

What we must know at this juncture is that how God happened to have a son is none of our business. Such thoughts are too great for our tiny little brain and mind to fathom. The things of the spirit are meant to be believed and not to be analysed or debated on. That was the major problem of the Pharisees; Jesus spoke to them then that “I tell you physical things which you can see around and you did not believe, how then will you believe if I tell you spiritual things?”

Mohammed versus Jesus

Preaches against murder
Supports murder to defend their faith
preaches against multiple wives
encourages multiple wives
He never married
Married many wives and even forcefully took the wives of his followers
propagates the gospel peacefully
propagates his gospel forcefully and by violence
Has an assurance of getting to heaven and even promised to go and prepare a place for the believers
He confessed he did not even know where he was going; whether heaven or hell when he was asked.
Speaks most times of divine and heavenly things
Speaks most times of physical and carnal things

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MOHAMMED OR JESUS CHRIST, make your choice

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Final Destination of Mohammedans

Most people have often argued and so many people have been confused as they were faced with the question of what would be the final destination of Muslims. Even people who claim to be great clergy men have often expressed confusion on this issue.

But we must understand that there is nothing to be confused about. The bible is clear enough, Jesus said I am the only way to my father; no one comes to my father except by me. I am the way, the truth and the life!

He is the gate that anyone must pass through to eternal life. Any religion that does not embrace Christ Jesus will soon find themselves in hell fire, if they do not repent and accept Jesus.

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    • James-wolve profile image

      Tijani Achamlal 

      4 years ago from Morocco

      Islam wasn't spread by the sword and Muslims weren't savages and criminals during wars.Quiet contrary,If we skim through the history of Islam,we will find that Islam has always given respect and freedom of religion to the nonbelievers and Muslims has never forced or threatened to behead the inhabitants of the regions they conquered -if they refused to convert to Islam. Freedom of religion is guaranteed by the Quran in many places :

      “There is no compulsion in religion; truly the right way has become clearly distinct from error; therefore, whoever disbelieves in the Satan and believes in Allah he indeed has laid hold on the firmest handle, which shall not break off, and Allah is Hearing, Knowing.” (Quran 2:256).

      Asma bint Abu Bakr reported: My idolatrous mother came to me during the time of the Prophet hoping for a favor. I asked the Prophet, peace be upon him, “Should I be good to her?” He said, “Yes.” Then Allah the Exalted revealed the verse, “Allah does not forbid you from those who do not fight you…” (60:8)

      [Sahih Bukhari, Book 73, Number 9]

      Moreover,when it comes to the conduct of war,there are some Islamic military jurisprudence summarized by first Caliph, Abu Bakr, in the form of ten rules that every Muslim army must respect:

      ``O people! I charge you with ten rules; learn them well! Stop, O people, that I may give you ten rules for your guidance in the battlefield. Do not commit treachery or deviate from the right path. You must not mutilate dead bodies. Neither kill a child, nor a woman, nor an aged man. Bring no harm to the trees, nor burn them with fire, especially those which are fruitful. Slay not any of the enemy's flock, save for your food. You are likely to pass by people who have devoted their lives to monastic services; leave them alone``

      I would like to set a historical example of how Islam was tolerant toward other faiths.It started when the second Caliph Umar , invited by the Patriarch,Sophronius , to give him the keys of Jerusalem after he refused to give them to Abu Ubaidah El Jarah, the leader of Muslim army,who besieged Jerusalem for six months .When the caliph came,he signed the treaty of peace. It runs as follows:

      "From the servant of Allah and the Commander of the Faithful, Umar: The inhabitants of Jerusalem are granted security of life and property. Their churches and crosses shall be secure. This treaty applies to all people of the city. Their places of worship shall remain intact. These shall neither be taken over nor pulled down. People shall be quite free to follow their religion. They shall not be put to any trouble..."

      After the treaty,he visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre .The most amazing event is when the time for the afternoon prayer came and the was still in the Church:

      ("You may say your prayers in the church," said the Bishop.

      "No," replied Umar, "if I do so, the Muslims may one day make this an excuse for taking over the church from you.")

      So ,he prayed on the steps of the church.After that, he gave the Bishop a solemn written vow that the steps would never be used for congregational prayers nor a prayer call would to be said there.


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