Contributed on Aug 28, 2015
How vastly different is the Bible narrative from the Koran. Yet Muhammad and his "angel" and 1 billion people on the planet today want us to believe that the Prophet of Mecca/Medina has merely updated God's revelation. See for yourself.
Contributed on Aug 31, 2015
Muhammad in the Koran, a strange explanation of some missing verses, final suras, and my conclusions from this study.
Contributed on Aug 21, 2015
We enter cautiously into the very unusual world of Islam via the first 3 chapters of its holiest book.
Contributed on Aug 12, 2015
Every Christian in these trying times needs to have at least a basic understanding of Islam and its holy book. The following lessons will supply that need.
Contributed on Aug 13, 2015
A series of important considerations regarding Islam and Muhammad before we get into the actual text of Koran.
Contributed on Aug 14, 2015
Text transmission is a critical part of our faith. We must be assured we have heard from God. Here is a comparison of the two processes that brought forth the 2 Holy Books of our faiths.
Contributed on Aug 24, 2015
Muhammad started with the truth, so as to make it familiar to Christians of the day, then twisted it, added to it, subtracted from it.
Contributed on Aug 25, 2015
From Medina to Mecca, transitions in Muhammad's thinking. More strange "Bible" stories. Muhammad's concept of who God is and what He does.
Contributed on Aug 26, 2015
It's all pretty strange territory for us, but Muhammad seems to be trying to show his awareness of Scripture by mentioning Bible names, then attaching weird narratives to them. Interesting, but so clearly contrived.
Contributed on Aug 27, 2015
Muhammad does not claim to be a perfect man, and the Koran confirms that for us. Also see Muhammad's attempt to pull Jesus down, and the changes in the Gospel story that he (or his "angel" ) has manufactured.