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  • Comparisons Of Muhammad And Jesus.

    Contributed by Dennis King on Aug 28, 2018

    Reviewing the differences between Muhammad and Jesus

    Comparisons of Muhammad and Jesus. Let's review just a few of the significant differences between Jesus Christ our Savior and Muhammad. Jesus preceded the man called Muhammad by some 570 years. Muslims revere Muhammad as the greatest of prophets. Jesus, as the Son of God, yet fully man clearly more

  • The Young Jesus And The Young Muhammad Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 2, 2015

    Here is a comparison of Jesus and Muhammad as relates to the announcement of their comings, their birth, their early childhood, and their formative years.

    5. Setting. Muhammad was born and raised in the land of Arabia. Seventh-century Arabia was a land of many gods, punctuated here and there with Jewish and Christian communities. The Christianity that came to represent Jesus in that area however was a far cry from the Jerusalem variety of the more

  • Mecca And Medina And Muhammad Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner 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.

    Lesson 23, No Questions Allowed. Sura 5, called "The Table" As we move on, please take note here that so far, except for those few verses of Sura 1, everything you have heard, up to and including today's portion, was composed in Medina, and therefore, for the most part, has not been more

  • "Your Choice: Muhammad Or Jesus?"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Oct 10, 2006
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    Muhammad or Jesus? Remember a choice was once made between Barabbas and Jesus! This is a study in contrast between Islam and Christianity.

    A Comparison in Contrast between Mohammad and Jesus… Muhammad: Lived and died. (c 570-632 AD) Jesus: Virgin Birth, lived a sinless life, died, and rose again from the dead. Muhammad: Never mentioned by the OT Prophets. Jesus: The fulfillment of all OT prophecies. Muhammad: Never made a more

  • More Comparisons Of Jesus And Muhammad, And Conclusions Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 7, 2015

    Comparing Jesus and Muhammad in the areas of: love, sickness, judgment, anger, rewards, curses, end-time events, death and burial, resurrection, present ministry, and more...

    26. The world. Muhammad wanted a specific religious experience to come out of all his efforts. But he was willing to be intertwined with worldly connections if need be. After years of struggle with Mecca from his Medina sanctuary, a revelation confirmed that a treaty with Mecca was the thing to more

  • Changing Jesus, And Muhammad's Personal Problems Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner 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.

    Lesson 29, Muhammad, Show Us Proof! Today we cover suras 14-17 . Sura 14 is called "Abraham" but only mentions the patriarch at the end, as the author of a prayer that, per the Bible, he never prayed. The chapter opens up with great promise, describing Koran as a book "we have sent down more

  • Does The Bible Foretell The Coming Of Muhammad? Series

    Contributed by Jason Smith on Sep 16, 2014

    Muslim apologists love showing verses from the Bible that they say foretold the coming of Muhammad. These verses usually show that they do not understand the importance of context.

    The Muslim makes the claim that the Bible foretold the coming of Muhammad, and because of this, the Christian needs to submit to the teachings of Muhammad. They make the claim based on what is taught in the Qur’an, not what is taught in the Bible. Their are a couple passages they begin more

  • Is Al Qaeda Following Muhammad And Allah? Series

    Contributed by Jason Smith on Sep 16, 2014
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    It has gotten to the point that the terms “terrorism” and “Islam” may be viewed as synonymous because of the actions of al Qaeda. Are they interpreting the Qur'an correctly?

    The media has portrayed a telling picture of the perpetrators of 9/11: a picture of violence and hatred toward America. They have been portrayed as “the main enemy of the West and […] as a hotbed of terrorism that threatens Western civilization and its democratic values” (Khan n. more

  • ‘a Prophet Like Moses’

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Jan 7, 2018
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    A Prophet like Moses - Deuteronomy chapter 18 verses 15-19 - sermon by Gordon Curley. PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). The Prophecy: Significant References. • Deuteronomy chapter 18 verse 15 & 18. • Deuteronomy chapter 34 verses 10-12. • John chapter 1 verses 19-22. • John chapter 1 verses 43-46. (2). The Prophecy: Similarities Between Moses & Jesus • (a). Moses & Jesus were more

  • Ishmael, Jesus, Ecumenicity, Persecution, Conversions To Islam Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Aug 13, 2015

    A series of important considerations regarding Islam and Muhammad before we get into the actual text of Koran.

    Lesson 4, Isaac and Ishmael, in the Bible and the Koran The book of Genesis records a delightful story of one who is the father of all the faithful ones of all time. This man, Abraham, is promised a son who will carry on his line and be a blessing to all humanity. Trying to help God out, Abraham more

  • The First Three Chapters (Suras) Of The Koran. Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Aug 21, 2015

    We enter cautiously into the very unusual world of Islam via the first 3 chapters of its holiest book.

    Lesson 14 , More Introductory Matters, and Sura 1 Note: From this point on, all quotations from the Koran are taken from The Generous Qur'an, copyright 2009, used by permission of Usama Dakdok Publishing, LLC. So we enter in. Here in my hand is a Koran. Well, not really. It is very like a more

  • Jesus From Eternity, And Prophesied. (No Comparison To Muhammad) Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 1, 2015

    As I state in the message, comparing Jesus and Muhammad is pretty unfair. Jesus is eternal. Muhammad was temporal. Jesus is God. Muhammad is mere man, and admits it. Jesus is the Son of the Father, Muhammad was a spokesman for a distant god.

    JESUS: First, Last, and Best 1. Introduction There was a man named Muhammad. And there was a man named Jesus Christ. These two men call for your allegiance, one out of the history books, one by His ever-living Spirit. Their sayings and their lives are in total contradiction to one another. more

  • Jesus And Muhammad Compared: Marriage, Miracles, Disciples, And More Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 3, 2015
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    Such vast differences between Jesus and Muhammad. Jesus a celibate, miracle worker, a very specific goal: to call out a people with whom He will reign. Muhammad married often, with no miracles, with a goal to conquer, by physical means, now...

    9. Identified. Here the Christian church is brought sadly into the story of Muhammad. The monastic movement was begun as a reaction to the worldliness that had crept into the church and wrested from it its former glory. Monks centered on the inner life. For some of these men we are grateful and more

  • Comparing Jesus And Muhammad: Transfiguration,sin, And Much More Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 4, 2015

    See how clearly defined is the difference in character, purpose and teaching of these two men (one of whom is also God).

    16. Opposition Both Muhammad and Jesus were at first tolerated then opposed severely by those who desired the status quo. Such will it ever be when new ideas come to a community. In both cases, it was a religious community that was being invaded with these ideas. With Muhammad, a military more

  • You, Me, And Jihad

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Dec 23, 2015
    based on 2 ratings

    Muslims are a people of war. Muslims are a people of peace. Which is it?

    You, me, and jihad They’re on my bus every day. I see their moms and dads and grandparents. Loving caring family members who want the very best for their very beautiful children. I’m a school bus driver now. Retired school teacher in Chicagoland. Yes, I see the Muslims every day. more