For the Believer's Weekly review of Christian web sites, I reviewed "The
Arabic Bible Outreach Ministry" at
The review is posted at the WorldVillage Believer's Weekly site at http://www.worldvillage.com/sitereviews/believers.html.
The site has a lot of material and links to resources on Islam.
As Christianity must be defined as faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of
God, who was fully God and fully Man and who died on the cross and was
resurrected for the forgiveness of sins, I don't think Islam qualifies
as any sort of branch of Christianity. A form of monotheism derived from
the roots of Judaism (and thus, Christianity), it is only a relation.
The Moslems are as lost without Christ Jesus as any sinner.
George Hammond wrote:
> I have never actually read the entire Koran,
> but I've heard many experts comment on it.
> Apparently it is a near copy and transliteration
> of the Christian Bible effected by Mohammed around
> 700 A.D.
> Moslems believe there is a God, identical to the
> Christian God and the Moslem name of God is rendered
> as "Allah".
> The Mormons have their own "transliteration" of
> the Christian Bible called the "Book of Mormon"
> transliterated by their prophet Smith, and they
> certainly consider themselves Christians.
> After all, Catholics and Protestants are both
> considered Christian denominations because they
> recognize the NT, but Islam also recognizes Jesus
> and the NT in it's interpretation. Why then isn't
> Islam essentially another Christian denomination?
> Should Christianity consider Islam as
> "The 3rd Denomination" of Christianity after
> Catholicism and Protestantism?
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