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The Bible and Christianity an Islamic view

Islam always relied on dialogue and reason to promote its stance and disseminate its teachings. Contrary to the Islamophobics who falsely assert that Islam spread its message by the sword, Islam attracted devout followers from the four corners of the world through reason, by encouraging the other side to ponder and reflect on what Islam […]

  • Ayatollah Sayed Muhammad al-Shirazi
  • 1-903323-10-X
  • Fountain Books
The Bible and Christianity an Islamic view
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    Islam always relied on dialogue and reason to promote its stance and disseminate its teachings. Contrary to the Islamophobics who falsely assert that Islam spread its message by the sword, Islam attracted devout followers from the four corners of the world through reason, by encouraging the other side to ponder and reflect on what Islam had to say. This approach takes its lead from Allah’s instructions in the Quranic verse, {Invite (the people) to the Way of your Lord – Islam – with wisdom and good exhortation . . .} Armed with reason and logic, the Muslim faithful addresses any debate with an open mind and without any prejudice, for he is only interested in the Truth. Thus the starting point for a Muslim faithful and his attitude in such debates would be based on the Qur’anic verse, {and we or you are either rightly guided or in manifest error} It is on this basis that the author conducted his debates with non-Muslims, as can be seen from the presentation in this book.

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    • Ayatollah Sayed Muhammad al-Shirazi
    • 1-903323-10-X
    • Fountain Books
    • 2003
    • Third
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