Christians around the world are engaging and addressing the question "Was Muhammad a true prophet of God?" Their answers vary from a very positive "Yes!" to a very negative "No!", others are hesitating somewhere in between. What guidance should Christians use to answer this question? What aspects of Muhammad's life and ministry should be evaluated to make an informed evaluation? The three part article, "False Prophet Muhammad, Fairytale Muhammad, and Harley Talman" examines the question, identifies Christian criteria for such an evaluation, critiques Talman's argument, and answers the question from two perspectives based upon which Muhammad is considered.
In times of despair, wars, rumours of wars and threats of new terror attacks, the angelic message at the birth of Jesus Christ continues to reassure: "Glory to God in heaven, and on earth peace among those whom he favours" (Luke 2:14). God favours all who believe in His message. Since Christ’s birth is described in the Bible and the Quran, about sixty per cent of the world's population has heard about it in one way or another. Both accounts agree in at least six major points.
Considering the hew and cry we keep hearing about Islamophobia,
it is amazing to read how a Christian went up to a Muslim stranger
and offered to give him a hug. But what's even more incredible is
seeing how he responded!
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