Muslim Christian Dialogue - H.M. Baagil

Muslim Christian Dialogue

By H.M. Baagil

  • Release Date: 2012-02-14
  • Genre: Religion & Spirituality
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C. Why have there been in the last decade many discussions held between Christians and Muslims about their beliefs?

M. I think because we both have several things in common. We believe in the One Creator Who sent many Prophets and in Jesus as the Messiah as well as the Word of God who was denied by the Jews.

Our Holy Qur'an mentions in Surah 3:45:
[Remember] when the angels said: 'O Mary! Verily Allah gives you the glad tidings of a Word from Him, his name will be Messiah Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honor in this world and in the hereafter, and of those who are near to Allah....'

Dialogues have been held everywhere in Europe, Canada, the United States, and Australia. Even the Vatican has participated: discussions were held between Vatican theologians and Egyptian Muslim scholars in Rome in 1970 and in Cairo in 1974 and 1978. Another series of discussions between Vatican theologians and Saudi Arabian Muslim scholars was held in Rome in 1974.

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  • Hmmm. Many errors

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    By Organized Mom
    This was an interesting read, however, there were many incorrect statement about the Bible. Some passages were really twisted around or taken out of context. Someone not well versed in the Bible could easily be persuaded by this book. It did give me a great understanding of Muslim beliefs which is what I was looking for. On another note, about halfway through the book the text began to show a lot of typo which started to get annoying. For example, I think the NUMEROUS instances of the word "shine" was suppose to be "thine". There were many other typos but this one was the most annoying. It is almost as if the second half of the book was written by someone other than the writer of the first half.

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