Deity is never contradictory, is always perfect and consists of all truth; however, due to our world of religious confusion, anyone who is seeking Deity will question His true will for mankind. Since various faiths throughout the world contradict one another, one will wonder which religion is correct? One may be inclined to question why two religions would both claim to be founded by Deity, yet consist of contradictory beliefs. Does one religion consist of truth and the other error? Is it possible that both religions are based on truth although they have opposing beliefs and doctrines? Given the events of September 11, 2001, millions of Americans became interested in the religion of Muslims and a larger study was embraced that sought to examine Christianity to that of Islam. We welcome you to ChristianityVSIslam911.com as we search for the answers concerning the comparative beliefs and claims of authority by each of these religious bodies.
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The aim of this site is to logically examine evidences from sources of authority of Islam as compared to that of the Christian's authority, the Bible. This site is not intended to breed hate, misrepresentation, nor disrespect toward any individual or group of people. Rather, it is to stimulate study by Christians, Muslims, and outside parties that are interested in spiritual matters. This work is a part of Only Hope Publications which is an effort of the churches of Christ that focuses on a study of world religions, denominations, and the purity of the gospel of Christ.
This site consists of thirteen studies ranging from an Introduction to Islam to a lesson on Study tips when studying with a Muslim. These lessons can be accessed via the menu on the left. There are also student editions for each lesson and a large file containing all the lessons and student editions together available at www.onlyhopepublications.com/Islam. There is also a blog that posts regular content pertaining to the focus of this website and a page devoted to additional resources on this subject.