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BIBLE PROPHECY
A Beginning of Global Governance - #1 in a series
Prophetic Signs that we are in the End Times
The Earth Charter's Spiritual Agenda - #2 in a Series
The New Age Influence at the United Nations - #3 in a Series
Jesus is the Messiah Prophesied in the Old Testament
Like a Thief in the Night - The Rapture of the Church
The Coming War of Gog and Magog, an Islamic Invasion?
Muslim, Jewish, and Christian Prophecy Comparison
The Millennial Kingdom
There will be False Christs
Is the E.U. the Revived Roman Empire?
Should We Study End-Time Prophecy?
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Contender Ministries highly recommends Dr. Gary Frazier's new book "It Could Happen Tomorrow - Future Events That will Shake the World".  This is a must read for every Christian, and will be an invaluable guide to the end-times for anyone interested in Bible prophecy.

 

This book will not only inform you, it will inspire you and challenge you to increased evangelistic consciousness, greater missionary concern, and a desire to live a holy life in an unholy age.
    - Tim Lahaye, co-author of the New York Times Bestselling Series Left Behind

Islam



Correspondence from Muslims


  Is Allah just Arabic for the God of the Bible? - 02/20/2009
  Silly Mistake on Contradictions - 02/20/2009
  Islam is Peaceful - Those Who Disrespect It Should Be Slaughtered - 12/30/2006
  Your View of Jihad is One-Sided - 12/17/2006
  Islam - A Religion of Peace - 12/17/2006
  Islam treats women as equals... HUH? - 11/25/2005
  You Are Untruthful and Hateful - 04/18/2004
  Qur'an Does Not Allow Men To Beat Wives! - 02/22/2004
  Muslims Completely Accept Christians? - 01/12/2004
  A Persecuted Ex-Muslim - 01/12/2004
  A Muslim on Quranic Contradictions - 09/05/2003
  Muslim Questions Trinity - 08/11/2003
  Islam is only true religion - 08/11/2003
  Your Islam section is disgraceful and appauling - 06/01/2003
  Low Blows and Lying - 06/01/2003
  Appalled By Your Depiction of Islam - 04/30/2003
  A Shocked Muslim - 11/19/2002
  Proclaiming the Son of God to Islamic Nations - 10/16/2002
  Islam is NOT a violent Religion! - 10/16/2002
  No compulsion in Islam - 09/12/2002
  Islam means peace - 08/05/2002
  Research your lies about Islam - 08/05/2002


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Christian Worldview
Islamic Worldview
Creation by God of all that exists (Genesis 1:1) Creation by Allah of all that exists
There is one God. He exists eternally in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (Matthew 1:18-23, Mark 12:29, John 14:26, Matthew 28:19) There is one God (Allah). They reject that Jesus is divine, He being simply one of God's prophets - of which Mohammad is the greatest
God has revealed Himself through the Bible and most clearly in Jesus Christ, the incarnation of God Himself (Colossians 1:13-17, 2nd Timothy 3:16, 2nd Peter 2:21) Allah never would reveal himself, instead he reveals his will, not himself
Man made in the image of God (Genesis 1:26-27) Man NOT made in the image of God
Adam and Eve sinned and thus brought sin into the world (Genesis 3:1-7) Adam & Eve sinned, then repented and were forgiven, with no continuing effects of their rebellion
Original Sin - all of Adam's posterity are born with a sin nature and are sinful from birth (Romans 3:22-23, 1st John 1:10) Does not believe in original sin, nor that all men are sinful. After his sin and repentance God makes Adam his deputy (caliph) and the first of the prophets.
Man is by nature sinful and has need for redemption by the atonement of Jesus Christ (Romans 5:6, 8:32, Colossians 1:19-20, Hebrews 7:26-27, 9:26, 10:12, 1st John 4:10) Man is basically good but prone to mistakes. Muslims who repent and submit to God return to a state of sinlessness, with no help from Christ (or anyone) needed.
Through the work of Christ, God adopts Christians into His family and calls them His children (Romans 8:14-15, Ephesians 1:5, Galatians 4:5) Through rigorous religious ritual man can become a servant of Allah but will never be considered a part of Allah's family


MORE ARTICLES


Clarifying Jihad in the Qur'an Using the Principle of Naskh 11/17/03

In this article – which will be a religious study rather than political – we’ll examine what the Qur’an says about love, peace, war, and jihad, and how these reconcile.

 

London to host Islamic 'celebration' of Sept 11 09/08/02

Extremist muslim clerics will meet in London on September 11 to celebrate the anniversary of al-Qaeda's attacks on America and to launch an organisation for Islamic militants.

 

Saudi Broadcasts Promote Anti-Semitism, Martyrdom  06/18/02

A television station backed by a Saudi prince has sparked outrage by broadcasting clips that show young children being taught to hate Jews — referring to them as "apes and pigs" — and embrace martyrdom.

 

Some Important Facts About Islam 3/26/02

 

Press Release on Article in Saudi Government Daily: Jews Use Teenagers' Blood for 'Purim' Pastries, (MEMRI) 3/18/02

Qatari based Arabic cable news channel Al-Jazeera debates claim that Jews use the blood of Christians to make the Matzah (unleavened bread) eaten at Passover

 

Anti-Semitism in the Syrian Media (MEMRI) 3/18/02

Exerpt from an Arab Literary Magazine

 

Christian Missionaries in the Muslim World - an Islamic View 3/8/02

 

The Islamic Legitimacy of The "Martyrdom Operation" 3/8/02