Talking Point #1 – the god of Islam does not have a son

This should be the end of the discussion and there should be no further need for this site to exist after this post:  the god of Islam does not have a son!  There.  It’s clear now that he cannot be the same god as the God of the Bible.

Wait.  No?  Is that not enough for you?  Well, don’t feel left out because it isn’t enough for those who regularly teach the heresy of “Chrislam” (the combination of Christianity and Islam)  either.  So for your sake and theirs, let’s go over it again:

Just as with the Bible, there are many translations of the Quran (notice I never use the term “Holy” in conjunction with the Quran).  I’m not going to debate which is better or worse because none of the quotes we use are arguable – they are very clearly indisputable.  This verse shows irrefutably that the god of Islam does not have a son (in fact, there are other really good talking points in this verse too, but let’s focus on the post title):

“O People of the Scripture, do not commit excess in your religion or say about Allah except the truth. The Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary, was but a messenger of Allah and His word which He directed to Mary and a soul [created at a command] from Him. So believe in Allah and His messengers. And do not say, “Three”; desist – it is better for you. Indeed, Allah is but one God. Exalted is He above having a son. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. And sufficient is Allah as Disposer of affairs.”
Sura 4:171

Can you see it?  This verse is speaking of the god of Islam’s incredibly highly exalted position (yeah, right!) and that he cannot have a son.  The truth behind this verse is even worse than it sounds at face value, so let’s dig a bit deeper.

To state that the god of Islam has a son is, in the erroneous viewpoint of the Muslim, to state that he came down and had sexual relations with a woman who later gave birth to a son.  This accusation is called a shirk and is considered the highest form of blasphemy one can make in Islam!  How dare one consider that the god of Islam would lower himself to defile himself with a human woman.  What’s worse is that this, again in the mind of the Muslim, insinuates that the god of Islam has a male reproductive organ!

This is yet another strong point in discovering the true difference between the god of Islam and the God of the Bible (Yehovah), because it completely omits the idea of the virgin birth of Jesus (Yeshua)!  In fact, the virgin birth is the most important part of His incarnation because of the prophecies given of Him prior.

Praise God if your eyes have been opened by this talking point.  When confronted with one of these Chrislam proponents, I urge you to stand your ground and force them to see the Truth (the real Jesus) of Scripture and to stop denying Him through compromise.

Jesus is NOT in the Quran!

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