Category Archives: Apologetics Issues–Other Faiths

The Quranic Doctrine of the Creation of the World and Man

The Quranic Doctrine of the Creation of World and Man © Vijay Chandra Introduction This article is a Quranic study on the Islamic doctrine of man. I will discuss two issues: the creation of man and the creation of the … Continue reading

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DO CHRISTIANS AND HINDUS WORSHIP THE SAME GOD?

by Vijay Chandra  This question was often put to me as I was serving the Lord in the mission field. I spent forty years working with Muslims, Hindus, Sikh’s and other non-Christian groups, sitting down with Hindu Priests, Muslim Maulana’s … Continue reading

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A BIBLICAL CONCEPT OF THE TRINITY AND ITS DEFENSE

  Both Muslims and Christians agree that there is at least one person in God, the person Christians call Father, and since we have given a defense of the Christian belief that Jesus Christ is God, the Son of God, … Continue reading

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A Muslim challenge to Christian belief

The Nugget: Rev 3:14  And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; My Comment: Revelation 3:14 is often misunderstood and … Continue reading

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Islam and Understanding The Trinity

  As Christian doctrine, the deity of Christ and the Trinity are inseparable. If one accepts the biblical doctrine about the deity of Christ, then he has already acknowledged that there is more than one person in the Godhead. If … Continue reading

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Daily Bible Nugget #469, John 17:3

The Nugget: John 17:3  And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.  My Comment: John 17:3 is a striking statement near the very beginning of the longest … Continue reading

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Attributes of Allah analyzed, compared with the attributes of the God of the Bible

My Comment: I must express my thanks to Vijay Chandra, missionary to the Fiji Islands, for contributing this article. The Article: THE ATTRIBUTES OF ALLAH ANALYZED, COMPARED WITH THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD OF THE BIBLE: Sura 13:13. “The thunder hymneth … Continue reading

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Part Two: The Structure of Quran and Contradictions in the Quran

Part Two: The Structure of Quran and Contradictions in the Quran:   The Islamic scholar Ali Dashti comments on the defects of the Quran. He says, “Unfortunately the Quran was badly edited and its contents are very obtusely arranged. All … Continue reading

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Some alleged Bible contradictions answered

  My Comment: The following list of contradictions was posted in chart form on Facebook today by a Muslim poster. I attempted to answer the supposed contradictions, but I do not think my comment successfully posted on Facebook (maybe it … Continue reading

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The Witness of John to Christ

The Nugget: Joh 5:34  But I receive not testimony from man: but these things I say, that ye might be saved.  My Comment: A Muslim poster asked the question, “Why do Christians worship Jesus?” He then posted a list of … Continue reading

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