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October 14, 2012

Ep.731: Are Muslims and Christians Compatible? (Part II)

Islam, Middle East unrest and Christianity

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Theme Scripture: Luke 6:28

A few weeks ago, we began looking into Islam to try and understand what its principles are as we witness the effects of radical Muslim extremists on our world today. We examined Islam’s peaceful approach to life and some of the similarities to Judaism and Christianity. This morning we will ask: What about Jihad? Who exactly was Mohammad? Who was the promised seed? What about Sharia law? What’s the difference between Sunni and Shiite?

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  1. Debbie
    Debbie says:

    We have to remember that not all Arabs (Ishmaelites) are Muslim and not all Muslims are Arabs (Ishmaelites). The Muslims in Iran are Persian and in Turkey, they are Turks. In Africa, well…
    As a matter of fact, we know that Ishmael was NOT a Muslim. He believed in the God of Abraham and Isaac. Apparently, Ishmael came to terms with not being Abraham’s heir, or the heir of the promise, because he and Isaac retained a relationship. So much so, that they came together to bury Abraham. (Genesis 25:9)


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