Islam’s God Versus the God of the Bible.


In Islam, salvation is achieved through faith in Allah and obedience to His commandments as outlined in the Quran. Good deeds, repentance, and submission to Allah are essential for attaining salvation. But salvation is guaranteed only to those Muslims who die fighting for Islam. The rest will find out on Judgement Day if they will go to heaven.

In Christianity, salvation is believed to be attained through faith in Jesus Christ as the Son of God and Savior, who died for the forgiveness of sins and rose from the dead. This concept of salvation is central to Christian theology. Christians can be assured they are saved before they die.

Jesus Christ

In Islam, Jesus (Isa) is regarded as a prophet, but not as the Son of God or part of a divine Trinity. Muslims believe in his miraculous virgin birth, his miracles and his return to judge humanity, but they reject the Christian belief in his crucifixion and resurrection.

In Christianity, Jesus Christ is central to the faith as the Son of God, the Messiah, and the Savior of humanity. Christians believe in his death, resurrection, and eventual return for the judgment of the living and the dead.

Treatment of Others

The deity of Islam calls all non-Muslims, including Jews and Christians, INFIDELS. He also calls for Muslims to wage military jihad against Jews and Christians if they do not submit to Islam.

The God of Christianity commands His followers to love everyone, even their enemies, to return good for evil, blessings for curses, and to forgive everyone for everything quickly.

But Many Christians Are Still Confused!!