Referring to the religion founded in 622 ad by Mohammed

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Where do Christians believe the Qur'an came from? [on hold]

The "prophet" Muhammad stated that the angel Gabriel visited him with revelation and he put great importance upon Gabriel. So my question is, where do Christians believe Muhammad's revelation came ...
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Are the Arab people descended from Ishmael or Joktan? [closed]

I have a question concerning the origin of the Arabs. Genealogies after Muhammad's life have him related to the Adnanites and claim that Adnan is a descendant of Qedar a son of Ishmael. I'm not sure ...
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Was Islam originally considered to be a Christian sect?

There is some speculation that Islam was originally considered to be a sect of Christianity by those who claimed to be Christians, rather than a separate religion (e.g., Hinduism, Jainism). Do any ...
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How is the Christian Jesus different from the Muslim Jesus?

Obviously they refer to the same human being, however what are some beliefs that Christians hold about Jesus that Muslims do not share. I ask this question in sort of an apologetic spirit so that I ...
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Why do the Abrahamic religions tend to keep sexuality in the private sphere?

The three Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, generally view sex and sexuality as a taboo: Private matters, restricted from the public sphere (both the practice and discussion of ...
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Is the Qur'an compatible with Christianity?

In comment discussion of another question, these mentions about the Qur'an were made: The Qur'an teaches that Christ is a Prophet in Islam. In that sense I wouldn't say it's "Anti-Christian" or ...
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What are the differences between Mormonism and Islam, and how do Mormons react to comparisons with it?

Before anything else, a point of order. This question has the ability to be construed as mean-spirited towards my Mormon brothers. I'd like to hope that I have the credibility on this site to be ...
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Interfaith marriage in Christianity with Bible reference [closed]

I am a Muslim...and I need to learn about interfaith marriage in Christianity with Bible references.
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What theolological distinctives are exhibited in 'The True Furqan'?

The book The True Furqan, a work first published in Arabic a little over a decade ago, has come up recently in several contexts from being a suspect in anti government plots1 to being proof that ...
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Which God do Muslims pray to according to Catholic, Orthodox and main-stream Protestant tradition?

Which God do Muslims pray to according to Catholic, Orthodox and main-stream Protestant tradition? They believe that God cannot be One and Three at the same time. They believe that God can only be ...
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Was Bible Revealed to Jesus? (Christian Perspective)

I am asking this question from a Muslim perspective. We are told that Zubur and Injeel (Old Testament and New Testament) were revealed to Moses and Jesus just like Quran was revealed to Muhammad ...
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What is the origin of the Evil Eye in Christianity?

My family owns several charms—such as necklaces, bracelets, and small stones—with the Evil Eye symbol on it. My family is Christian, and if I remember correctly the Evil Eye is of Turkish ...
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What is the role of Mohammed in Bible?

With reference to the below verse: John 14:16 and 14:26, referring to a Paraclete ("comforter"), have been read by Muslims as a prediction that Muhammad will follow Jesus. John 14:16 "And I will ...
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`Art thou that prophet?` do they mean the Prophet Mohammad?

John Chapter 1, verse 21 says: 19-And this is the record of John, when the Jews sent priests and Levites from Jerusalem to ask him, Who art thou? 20-And he confessed, and denied not; but confessed, ...
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How does Christianity view a Christian who converts to Islam [closed]

Since Muslims also believe Jesus to be the Messiah and have the belief in Gospels as fundamental articles of Islamic faith: O People of the Book (Jews and Christians)! Do not exceed the limits ...
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Does John 14:16 really talk about prophet Muhammad? [duplicate]

John 14:16 says: And I will pray to God that he will send to you another comforter, who will abide with you for ever! Muslims claim that "another comforter" means Ahmad in Arabic, which means ...
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What terms have been used by missionaries to Islamic countries to describe Islam? [closed]

I am hearing with increasing frequency that Islam is not a religion. Here's one citation, from the upcoming "Value Voters Summit" “Why would Satan use Islam? Same reason. It’s not a religion. It’s ...
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Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?

I'm not really sure where to go with this question, since it is a question regarding Christianity. Also, I'm seeking a Christian perspective on this rather than a Muslim one. So, I thought that this ...
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Christian view of why there are so many similarities between Quran and Bible? [closed]

Quran has a huge number of stories that originally came in Bible. To Muslims, this is almost a miracle that God revealed the same stories to prophet without the prophet knowing about it because he was ...
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Why is Jesus the Son of God and the Truth, but not Mansoor Hallaj?

What makes Jesus the Son of God? How do we know that Mansoor Hallaj is not also the Truth? Mansoor Hallaj also claimed to be the Truth, so according to Christianity, what makes Jesus differ from Al ...
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Does the Dome of the Rock have any importance to Christianity?

The Dome of the Rock is right beside Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, Israel. Is it considered a sacred place in Christianity? If so, in what way?
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In light of grace, How does a Christian consider the devotedness of Muslims and Jews?

This question is somewhat triggered by this question. I felt a plethora of emotions when I thought about the right way to approach answering it, and I felt it would be better to express these ...
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Converting to Judaism or Islam vs Trinitarian or Uniterian

If a Christian "converts" to Judaism or Islam (or any of the Abrahamic religions), is he still considered saved as a Christian? What if he/she converted from Trinitarian to Uniterian? This is a ...
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Are there any common themes in the dreams so many Muslims have that prompt them to come to Jesus?

I understand that a good number of believers, who were once Muslim, became Christians after having a dream where Jesus appears to them and tells them to follow Him. Examples are recorded in books ...