Understanding Islam This web site is a brief guide to understanding Islam. It consists of three chapters. The first chapter, Some Evidence for the Truth of Islam, answers some important questions which some people ask: ┬┤├╝┬½ Is the Quran truly the literal word of God, revealed by Him? ┬┤├╝┬½ Is Muhammad 1 truly a prophet […]

“Do Muslims call Allah 'Father'? How can we come to God as Father?”……Answer: Islam gives Allah 99 names, but not one of the names is Father. Jesus, however, called God Father and taught His disciples (meaning “followers”) to pray to God as Father (Matthew 6:9). ……How can you be a disciple of Jesus? And how […]

“Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?” ……Answer: The Muslim and Christian views of God have some similarities. Christians believe in one eternal God Who created the universe, and Muslims apply these attributes to Allah. Both view God as all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-present. ……A vital difference between the Islamic and Christian views of God […]

“Do the Qur'an and Muhammad affirm or reject the Bible? Should a Muslim read the Bible?” ……Answer: The Qur'an praises the Bible as God's preserved truth.……As a Muslim, what is your guide? If hadiths or imams differ with the Qur'an, which would you believe? Most likely, the Qur'an is your ultimate authority. Does the Qur'an […]

Muslim Questions … Do you wonder what Muslims believe? Perhaps you are a Muslim who has questions about Jesus (Isa) or about how to reach paradise. Listed below are questions from or about Muslims that the Bible answers.……Assurance of Paradise…Can keeping the Five Pillars of Islam get me to heaven?……Questions about Jesus…Why did Jesus have […]

How to Convert to Islam and Become a Muslim Description: The steps a person needs to take to accept Islam as his/her religion, enter its fold, and become a Muslim.…By IslamReligion.com…The word "Muslim" means one who submits to the will of God, regardless of their race, nationality or ethnic background. Becoming a Muslim is a […]

“Are there errors in the Qur’an (Koran)?” ……Answer: Though Muslims often argue for the divine origin of the Qur'an on grounds that 'no error, alteration, or variation' has touched its copies since its inception, such a view does not accurately represent the facts. While it is indeed correct to say that the Qur'an of today […]