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Top 10 List: What every westerner must know about the dangers of Islam

Click to ViewClick to ViewQur'an: The Koran commands the killing of Christians!

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This must read book is a NY Times bestseller in the US, but has endured censorship in Canada because Muslim activists don’t like the way is exposes them for what they really are. Mark Steyn, who is a Canadian Citizen, has this advice: "My advice to Canadian readers is drive over to the Buffalo Barnes & Noble and smuggle it back in, cunningly hidden under the Algerian terrorist in the back seat." Brother Andrew strongly recommends this book to all non-Muslims.

Click to View10 reasons why Islam is not from God

Allah is responsible for the origin of Christianity.

Click to ViewSeven Lesson Sunday Morning Sermon Series on Islam

Click to View7 Factors that caused Muhammad to reject Christianity and start his own new religion called Islam.

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Click to View 60 questions Muslims don't like to be asked because their answer proves Islam to be a false religion.

Click to ViewA Brief History of Islam and a Muslim version of their own history.

Click to ViewMormons and Muslims share much in their religion! Joseph Smith was wise when he modeled a new religion after his mentor Muhammad and Islam. It seems Smith reasoned, "Hey if Muhammad could start a new religion very hostile to Christianity, I can start a new religion that is only somewhat hostile to Christianity." Both Muhammad and Smith claim an angel visited them. Galatians 1:8 says "But even though we, or an angel from heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to that which we have preached to you, let him be accursed."

Click to ViewMuhammad’s call to prophethood and the influence of his wife

Click to View"The church fathers treated Islam as a heresy; Muslims were infidels; Muhammad a "renegade bishop," an "impostor," who rebelled against the central mission of Christ. Dante ranked the prophet of Islam low among the ill-fated occupants of the Inferno. Christian authors in subsequent times held him in no better regard. In his Vie de Mahomet (Life of Muhammad), published at the end of the seventeenth century, the French writer Prideaux held Muhammad up as a mirror to "unbelievers, atheists, deists and libertines." To the irreligiously inclined Voltaire, the prophet of Deism, Muhammad was the fount of fanaticism. The more generous Abbe Maracci regarded Islam as a distorted extension of Christianity while he begrudgingly conceded in his Latin translation of the Qur'an (Koran), the sacred book of Islam, that "this religion contains many elements of natural truth evidently borrowed from the Christian religion, which seems to be in accordance with the law and light of nature."" (Islam, Beliefs And Observances, Caesar E. Farah, p2-7, 26-35)

Click to View The Islamic Creed. Here is a statement of faith of Muslims.

 Written by Brother Andrew