Although I’m not Muslim, I find this to be an interesting Response from the original…. What do you think????
Submit…Fear none but fear Ibbaseenawabbamabum…What if I told you to buy a ghinsu knife. To each his own belief. Tebowing! That is what I think.
What do I think, you ask? I think this is a sincere and well-articulated Muslim response to traditional Christianity. And I think the traditional Christianity he critiques is mistaken in its view of Jesus. However, rather than thinking traditional Christianity is mistaken in making Jesus divine as this speaker believes, I think it is mistaken in making God into three persons–which the Bible never teaches. Jesus is not a second divine Person. Jesus is God come to earth in human form. That is my belief as a Christian. I have great respect for Islam’s insistence that God is one. I believe its critique of traditional Christianity for believing in three gods is on target. I simply believe that the target of that critique is not genuine, Bible-based Christianity, but the invention of human theologians over the centuries. In genuine Christianity, God is not three, but one. Jesus said, “I and the Father are one” (John 10:30). I’ve stated my thoughts on this more fully in an article on my own blog, “Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life”: Who is God? Who is Jesus Christ? What about that Holy Spirit? http://leewoof.org/2012/09/17/who-is-god-who-is-jesus-christ-what-about-that-holy-spirit/
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