Pastor Mac delivers a topical teaching discussing the overall religion of Islam from its inception to its current state. This teaching will examine the core beliefs of true practicing Muslims and how this religion as well as all others, are incompatible with Christianity. This teaching will also show, that while many people respect the disciplines contained within the faith of Islam, none of those disciplines could ever lead to eternal life as Jesus is the only way to God the Father.
There are over 30 different qurans, with 93000+ word differences between them. The quran contains many words that are in fact Aramaic, lifted directly word for word from Aramiac Christian lectionaries that still exist today. Pfander films, CIRA International and other websites have been showing these facts for several years now.
Note that YouTube immediately deleted my comment, so I reposted it here.
As I recall, regarding Islam, it is said in the Quran, that a believer is able to deceive (lie) to an infidel in order to spread Islam across the group. Now, this is where I find it interesting that if you’re supposed to verbally announce your faith to Allah, and if you’re only able to reach paradise by being “perfectly sinless”…then deceiving others through lying however you use it is not being perfectly sinless. Eh, I don’t know. Just something I have thought about for awhile.
First, I want to thank Pastor Mac for his good and informative message. I must admit that when he started talking about Islam, I became concerned as to where it was going. I was thinking it was too much Quran and not enough Bible. Maybe it was the enemy trying to cash in on his message and getting me to focus on this cult and not what the Word was telling me. I don’t know, but just being honest that I was not liking it at the beginning. I hope I was alone in these feelings as I appreciate Pastor Mac and his passion for the Word. I have always liked his respect and reverence for its message, and he conveys this very well. I now have a plethora of things I can talk to a Muslim about without being intimidated. Pastor Mac gave some very good discussion points which when prompted by the Holy Spirit, I can use.