Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God? | Reaction

mr. Faqat (laughs) hello guys welcome
back to my channel it’s your boy mr.Faqat and today I’m gonna be reacting
to a video called ..
do Christians and Muslims worship the same God this
question has been going on for a while let’s see if we can find an answer to this and
this video by reasonable faith with William Lane Craig
shoutout to you guys and I’ve yet to hear a good biblical answer to that question ..
this has become hugely controversial last year Wheaton College
my alma mater dismissed one of its faculty members because she said that
Muslims and Christians worship the same God and she was not able to defend her
position apparently er explained it adequately theologically for the college
to feel that they could keep her on the staff
well this brought down on the college enormous bad press and eeap’s of abuse
even many Christian theologians say that the college was wrong that Muslims and
Christians do worship the same God and that it was incorrect what the college
did now I have addressed this issue in one of my questions of the week on the
website probably about a month or two ago so if you go to the the website look
at the questions of the week for about a month or two ago
there’s one on do Muslims and Christians worship the same God without wanting it too complicated let
me say that the way that question is phrased raises all sorts of difficult
philosophical questions about what it means to refer to the same thing because
we can refer to something under a false description for example I could say that
man in the corner drinking the martini is my uncle but it turns out that he
wasn’t drinking a martini it was water and yet I am referring to the same
person under a false description and so the claim is well maybe Muslims are
worshipping the same God but under a false description of who God is and that
raises in all sorts of philosophical problems of what it means to refer to
the same thing and how do you successfully refer I think the question
is better reworded by saying is the concept of God in Islam the same as the
concept of God in Christianity do we have the same understanding of God and
there I argued that they are worlds apart that the concept of God in Islam
and Christianity is very very different and one of the principal ways in which
they are different is that the Muslim concept of God I believe is morally
defective it is a me as the greatest conceivable being a morally perfect
being God must be all loving and this is exactly what the Bible teaches the Bible
teaches that God loves sinners his love is impartial it is universal it is
unconditional and this is a world of difference from the god of the Quran
cording to the Quran God does not love sinners he does not love unbelievers he
is an enemy to unbelievers God in the Quran only loves those who first love
him so the sort of love that Jesus said tax collectors and sinners exhibit they
love those who love them and that’s the kind of love that the god of the Quran
exhibits so the Quran assures us of God’s love for the god-fearing and the
good doers but he has no love for sinners and unbelievers the Quran says
that God does not love the very people that John 3:16 says God loved so much
that he said His only Son to die for them while we were yet enemies Christ
died for us so this is a huge difference between the god of the Quran and the God
of the Bible the the heavenly father revealed by Jesus loved sinners
loves unbelievers wants them to come to him his love is universal impartial and
unconditional love but the god of the Quran his love is partial it is
selective and it has to be earned it is conditional only those who earn it
will receive it so this is a vastly different conception of God so I would
agree with those who say that the God of Muhammad is not the god of Jesus Christ
he’s not the God of the Bible these are in fact I would say that the god of the
Quran is a defamation of the heavenly father revealed by Jesus all right ok so
if you like the video get down to the comment session and let me know what you
think and also make sure you subscribe I made a lot of observation and the
number one thing I wanna say is this man of God said a lot of things but about
the Koran but he never gave references and references are very important he
made lots of claims without actually backing them with references from the
Quran like he gave references from the Bible John 3:16 and etc
I just gonna say
there’s only one God on and if truly there’s only one God it’s obvious
that everyone worship the same God but then is just that people worship God
differently people have different ideologies on how God is to be
worshipped on who God is but truly they make up the universe is just one and
Muslims and Christians are actually close in the way they worship God the
only difference is who Jesus Christ means to both of us
I believe he’s the prophet of God is a Messenger of God and the Christian would
believe that he is the son of God or his God himself he talked about how the
Muslim God does not love sinners that his love is selective let me tell you
something about a very important phrase every Muslim knows
bismillah ar-rahman ar-rahim this translates us in the name of Allah the
most gracious the most merciful for my from my little understanding Ar-rahman it
merely explains that the merciful or the most merciful but it also goes further
to talk about how God is all loving the most kind and part of his love and
kindness affect every creation of his whether you’re a believer
for instance if it rains it doesn’t rain only in the house of the one that
believes in God it rains in every house we have rich people that I believe it’s
important that we have rich people that didn’t believe in God these are like for
my own perspective little understanding how like the love of God goes across so
it’s not actually for lexie paths this man of God is trying to say about the
end of the day there is only one God and we all worship the same God it’s just
that we have our own interpretation of how we see God and how God deserves to
be watching for instance Muslims do not believe that God became one to die for
the sins of his own creation in order to be able to forgive them Muslims believe
that if you commit a crime and God wants to punish you he doesn’t need any reason
not to punish you if he wants to forgive you he just goes I had to forgive you he
doesn’t have to punish himself or part of him to be able to forgive you yeah
one last thing before I end the video I just want to say I’m just an ordinary
Muslim I don’t claim to be a scholar of some sort he’s just my opinion feel free
to correct me mr. fucker thanks for subscribing

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