Category Archives: Vijay Chandra Articles

The Similarities Between Islam and Mormonism

by Vijay Chandra   This article will compare the similarities between Islamic teaching and the teaching of Mormonism. Recently a believer asked me what is the difference between Islam and Mormonism, are they the same, or is there any difference … Continue reading

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Islam and the Crucifixion of Jesus

by Vijay Chandra   Introduction: The attack on the crucifixion of Jesus is mounted by Islamist theologians: They consistently attack his deity and his crucifixion. So I will in this article defend the crucifixion and refute the attacks of these … Continue reading

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Qur’an and the Afterlife

by Vijay Chandra   The Qur’an gives a very different picture of the afterlife and about the spirit realm. It is full of contradictions or we can say very confusing. It has borrowed ideas from a variety of sources, as … Continue reading

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Prophecies of Muhammad in the Bible

by Vijay Chandra Introduction: One aspect of the Qur’an’s claim and teaching that captures the attention of most Christians is its claim that the Bible makes prophecies regarding Muhammad, and that by name. Given that most evangelicals are not even … Continue reading

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Polygamy and the Qur’an

by Vijay Chandra   Those people who have modeled their thinking after the New Testament  Christianity are, to say the least, a bit surprised (if not shocked and appalled) to learn that the religion of Islam countenances polygamy. This polygamy … Continue reading

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Hinduism

by Vijay Chandra October, 1993 Dear Praying Friends, Greetings to you all from the Fiji Islands. I trust that you are all well. We as a family would like to thank you all for your continued prayer and practical support. … Continue reading

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Holiness: Part 8

by Vijay Chandra How is holiness attained?   How must we pursue holiness? Very briefly: We need to know and relish Scripture. This is God’s primary road to holiness, the Spirit blessing His Word (John 17:17). We need to memorize Scripture, … Continue reading

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Holiness: Part 7

HOLINESS IN PRACTICE TODAY: THE GREAT NEED OF THE CHURCH AND OUR GREATEST NEED AS WELL. by Vijay Chandra   Its necessity and inducements: These are at least nine in number for the believers and for the church as a … Continue reading

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Holiness: Part 6

HOLINESS IN HISTORY: HOW DID THE CHURCHES UNDERSTAND HOLINESS? by Vijay Chandra So rich is the theme of ‘holiness’ which has yielded a variety of emphasis in the church’s history. For the early apostolic church, the nature of holiness was … Continue reading

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Holiness: Part 5

by Vijay Chandra HOLINESS IN THEOLOGY: SANCTIFICATION With the biblical data that we have, now we are able to draw out what is the theology of holiness. This resulting doctrine is called ‘sanctification’ and we will put this under two … Continue reading

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