Talking Point #24 – the god of Islam is not knowable

Let me ask you a question, Christian: Do you know God?  Do you know Jesus Christ (of the Bible)?  If He is your Savior, you should not only know Him but you should be living your everyday life in hot pursuit of Him, trying to get to know Him even better and trying to create a super-close, intimate relationship with Him.  But that word “intimate” really has special meaning to you if you are a member of the “Bride of Christ”.

According to the Bible, Yehovah God is knowable.  Jesus (of the Bible) came into this world that we might know God:

“And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.”
John 17:3

Speaking of Jesus (of the Bible), He is the Word of Yehovah and He came to us explicitly for the purpose of making the Father known to us!  But even before that, God revealed Himself to Moses and to Israel:

“He made known his ways unto Moses, his acts unto the children of Israel.”
Psalm 103:7

So to put that in perspective, Yehovah God revealed Himself in the Old Testament to His people and then He sent His Son, Jesus (of the Bible) to reveal even more about Him!  Through Him the Father is revealed:

“No one has ever seen God; the only God, who is at the Father’s side, he has made him known.”
John 1:18 (ESV)
(I especially like this translation of this verse because it explicitly says that Jesus (of the Bible) is God!)

If someone doesn’t know God today, it is their fault, not His.  In fact, He made it clear that those who do not know Him lack knowledge expressly because they rejected such knowledge (Hosea 4:1-6).  The Bible is THE story about the Father and the Son and exists so that we can know Him and we can come to believe and serve Him forever.

On the other hand, the god of Islam is unknowable and his (unholy) book proves that as well!  Quran is clear that he cannot even be understood.  To the Muslim, the idea of knowing God is a “metaphysical impossibility.”  Muslims don’t believe that the god of Islam has revealed himself at all; rather they believe that he has made his will known (go ahead, find a Muslim and ask him).  The god of Islam’s will is known and understood through Islamic (Shariah) law, so every Muslim does Allah’s will by adhering to Shariah.  In line with that, to be a Muslim one must adhere to the five basics tenets of Islam, the first of which defines or explains their false god to them like this:

“There is only one true God and his name is Allah.  Allah is all-knowing, all-powerful and the sovereign judge.  Yet Allah is not a personal God, for he is so far above man in every way that he is not personally knowable.  Although Allah is said to be loving, this aspect of his nature is almost ignored, and his supreme attribute of justice is thought to overrule love.  The emphasis of the God of Islam is on judgment, not grace; on power, not mercy.  He is the source of both good and evil and his will is supreme.”

Listen Christian, here’s the main point: this “Chrislam” idea (the idea of the god of Islam being the same as the God of the Bible), is this generation’s most stupid invention and will cause many to find the wide gate and the broad way that leads to destruction, and the churches that are falling for this load of bull are proving that there are many which go in there (see Matthew 7:14) and they are in fact leading them there!

The Bible proves to us that the God of the Bible is knowable and that He wants to be known and loved.  The god of Islam is capricious and prefers to determine his followers’ fate from their beginning and to hide his nature from them.  The main message of the Bible is that Yehovah God wants a close, personal and intimate relationship with you (cf. John 14:17, 20, 23; 17:3; Ephesians 1:17; 1st John 2:3-4; 4:7-8).  As a Believer, you can keep His commandments because you know Him.  And if you know Him, then you also know that He’s not the same as the god of Islam in any way.  When you meet pastors who teach and preach the “Chrislam” heresy, be sure to tell them this.  Confront them with the authority of the Creator God of the Bible.  And also remind them that…

Jesus is NOT in the Quran!

About LTSMinistries

Bible Teacher and Founder of Learning to Serve Ministries
Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Talking Point #24 – the god of Islam is not knowable

  1. Pingback: Talking Point #25 – of the 99 names of the god of Islam, “Father” is not one of them - Jesus is NOT in the Quran!

Leave a Reply