Which God: Jesus, Holy Spirit, God in Christianity and Islam
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Do we worship the same God? Today many are asking this question. In this book, Mark Durie demonstrates that Christians have good reasons to challenge the Islamic position that Allah of the Quran is the same as the God of the Bible.
Durie compares the God of the Bible with Allah of the Quran and shows that these are different in many respects. They have such different personalities and distinct capacities that they cannot be said to be the same. More than this, the Islamic Jesus (Isa) is different in fundamental respects from Jesus of the Gospels.
Durie concludes that the concept of 'Abrahamic Religions' is an unhelpful and misleading label for the monotheistic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
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