[quote=RomanRyan1088]I went to this website:
I got to say, i learned quite a bit from this. What surprised me is the fact that they believe Mary was a Virgin, the annunciation story is so similar to that of us Christians, it seemes so perfect, it kinda makes since to, that after Jesus, another Prophet came and that was that. They believe they got their word directly from God. So my question is this, whats wrong with islam? It can’t be that perfect. Please no bashing, I just wanna no what is false about this religion, and what doesn’t make it Gods true faith.
Islam actually gives more honour and respect to the Mother of God, the Theotokos, than Protestants. There is a very practical reason for this which I can tell you about another time if you’d like.
But to answer the main focus of your post, I’d like to say that a half-truth is still a lie. The beauty of Islam is that it has the ability to lure unsuspecting Christians and Jews by the very means you describe. Meaning, a Muslim could say to a Christian, “We believe that Jesus was born of the virgin Mary, his birth was herralded by the Archangel Gabriel. Jesus was born under the line of Abraham to preach God’s word and performed miracles to all believers. His message was rejected by the Jews, but He will come back to earth at the end times to judge the living and the dead.” Well, what’s wrong with that statement to a Christian? Nothing.
But they at first, they will intentionally leave out the details of their beliefs, which would make the sentence sound like this: “We believe Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary by an act of God, but who was NOT His Father, his birth herralded by the Archangel Gabriel. Jesus was born under the line of Abraham and Ismail who came as a prophet like all other prophets before him to preach God’s word and performed miracles for all Muslim believers. His message was rejected by the Jews, so God spared him death in this life and took him straight up to heaven by making the crowds believe he was crucified when he wasn’t. He will come back to earth at the end times to judge the living and the dead, and is second only to the Greatest of god’s prophets: Mohamed.”
Does this make sense so far?