by Rickard L. Sawyer, Th.M., Th.D., D.Min.
Pick up any newspaper or magazine, or turn on any television or radio news
report, and within a very few minutes you will find a reference to “Islam,
one of the world’s three great monotheistic religions,” as if Islam has
much in common with Judaism and Christianity. … You will even hear
so-called “Christian” and even Jewish leaders suggesting that the
by Grady L. Davis, M.Div., Ph.D.
Mohammad was born in Arabia in the city of Mecca in 570 CE. He came from a prominent and highly respected family. When he was 25 he married a wealthy widow named Khadija. Their marriage was a happy one although only one of their children, Fatima, lived to maturity. Mohammad spent most of his time in solitary meditation. He began to have many disturbing visions. Once he believed he saw the angel Gabriel. …
The basic doctrines that every Muslim must believe, no matter where he lives, or to which particular Islamic sect he belongs.
Besides the six doctrines to be believed, there are five (seven, actually) duties to be performed.
There are three major sects of Islam, briefly defined here.
In addition to the three major sects of Islam, Sufism and Black Muslims are considered minor sects of Islam.
A glossary of common Islamic words and phrases.
The Bible is one of the many holy books recognized by Islam. It is
superseded by the Qur’an. … Islam denies that Yeshua (“Isa”) is the son of
by Mufti A.H. Elias
“Muslims do believe that ‘Isa’ [Yeshua] … was sent down as a Prophet of
Allah, but he is
On February 28, 2004, we received two email messages commenting on two of our articles pertaining to Islam. Our reply follows his messages.
Literally, “that which is often read, recited, or rehearsed.” The
religious text or Law of Islam; falsely claimed by Islam to be the final
and complete inspired word of “God” transmitted to the “prophet”
Mohammad by the angel
Gabriel. … This is what the
The Palestinian National Covenant—the “Constitution” of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (P.L.O.)—simply does not permit the existence of the State of Israel. Therefore, there can only be peace in Aretz Yisrael when either the P.L.O. or Israel is totally eliminated from Ha'Aretz. …
With the false hope for Israel-Palestinian peace provided by the “Road Map,” some serious concerns remain that affect not only Israel, but the entire Christian world as well. Israel will now be pressured to relinquish control of many areas, including those that contain Christian holy sites. This situation could be disastrous for both Israel and world Christianity. …
The world trade center needs to become America’s Masada.
Drawn by a New York City grade school student on 09/12/01.
Information on Other Sites
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Islam 101 is an educational website on Islam, Muslims, its theology, human relations with Muslims and non-Muslims, its history, civilization and everything else in life.
by Joel Chernoff, General Secretary
“...The good news is that
by Professor Moshe Sharon
Sharon received his Doctorate in Medieval Islamic History from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has served as an Advisor on Arab Affairs to former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin as well as the Ministry of Defense. Prof. Sharon is a former director of the World Zionist Organization branch in Johannesburg, South Africa and currently lectures as professor of Islamic History at the Hebrew University.
The Bible and the Qur’an
by Jay Smith
Text from the Cambridge and London debates, concerning an external, historical/ critical analysis of the Qur’an and the prophet Muhammad.
by Jay Smith
A comparative between the Bible and the Qur'an using manuscript, documentary and archaeological analysis for both.
by Toby Jepson
How would you support your argument, using specific examples?
by Jay Smith
Critically evaluating how the Muslims past and present have interpreted their Qur'an.
by Jay Smith
An internal analysis of the Qur’an. Assuming that the Muslim traditions are correct, how should Christians assess the Qur’an?
by Jay Smith
Claims of Muslims for the Qur’an are outlined. The question of whether we have the Uthmanic Recension is asked, and external documents and sources are consulted to examine what they show about the matter.
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