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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Surah 112 in Response to a Muslim Apologist

I don't know what what bothers me the most: equating Biblical Christianity with Islam or seeing the Doctrine of the Trinity butchered beyond recognition. The Trinity is one of the major differences we have with Islam. A misunderstanding of the nature of God is the root of almost all heresies. The reason why Islam considers us heretics is because we disagree on this major point. They think that we are saying God is three while we really agree that God is one being. Dr. James White does a great job explaining what the difference is and what do we really mean in historic, Biblical Christianity when we use the term "Trinity".




Surah 112 in Response to a Muslim Apologist

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thegrandverbalizer19 said...

Peace be unto you. I think one of the major differences that we have is the concept of a Triune deity that is true. However, I think it would be more fruitful and helpful in our on going discussion as Muslims and Christians if we debated the nature of the Holy Spirit.

You might want to have a look at this blog entry.

http://thegrandverbalizer19.blogspot.com/2010/01/is-holy-spirit-god.html

There are also other post that deal with the inconsistent behavior of apologist James White.

Peace be unto you

Marcus McElhaney said...

You can read my response at http://mmcelhaney.blogspot.com/2010/02/islam-and-christianity-common-word-is.html

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