But no one of us is better than another.
Islam and Christianity do NOT Worship the Same God!
What’s more, it doesn’t seem that the focus on sexual immorality is out of place, considering the focus it was given in the life of the early church. Consider the first church council, in Jerusalem (Acts 15). One of the first rules the apostles laid down for the Gentiles, in order that they be seen as Christians in good standing, was to abstain from “sexual immorality,” a term which, in first-century Judaism, was largely informed by Leviticus 18, including its proscription of same-sex intercourse. This indicates just how central sexual ethics was to the practice and understanding of the gospel in the first century.
Islam and Christianity do NOT Worship the Same God
SomeChristian reader of Josephus believing that the James mentioned was thebrother of Jesus made a note of his belief in the manuscript before him,and this a transcriber afterward incorporated with the text, a verycommon practice in that age when purity of text was a matter ofsecondary importance.The fact that the early fathers, who were acquainted with Josephus, andwho would have hailed with joy even this evidence of Christ's existence,do not cite it, while Origen expressly declares that Josephus has notmentioned Christ, is conclusive proof that it did not exist until themiddle of the third century or later.
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The Bible does not contradict itself, despite being written by 40 differentmen from widely different circumstances. Just one man wrote the Qur'an so, ifit had no self-contradictions, it would prove little. However, it turns out thatthis one man did contradict himself.
"GOD" in Arabic and Aramaic sound the same:
The evidence proves, not just that Muhammad was not a prophet like Jesus, butthat in fact Muhammad was not a true prophet of God at all. His teaching bearsnone of the proofs of true prophetic teaching, but it does bear all the earmarksof being the work of a false prophet. (Matthew 7:15-23; 15:14; 2 Corinthians11:13-15; 1 Timothy 4:1-3; Acts 20:28-30; 1 John 4:1; 2 Timothy 4:2-4; Titus1:9-14; 2 John 9-11; Romans 16:17,18; Galatians 1:6-9; 2 Peter chap. 2)