stephen dickie “islam, god’s forgotten blessing” video review


I went to a seminar held by Jack McNeilus at Southern Adventist University on the last Sabbath of March. It was titled “Islam, God’s Forgotten Blessing”. There was a book of the same name being promoted there, authored by Stephen Dickie.

Now i’ve had contact with the Adventist/Muslim Relations director – Jerald Whitehose, and know that he is not promoting Christianity. So i was intrigued that perhaps this would be a Biblically-based approach to Muslim evangelism. But i was destined to be disappointed again.

The main point of the meeting i attended, was that the Muslims fit into God’s plan in the 7 trumpets of Revelation. That point was brought out by a nicely-done chart. While there were no overtly false things said, there were a few subtle things that made me wonder, but i kept my peace until the end of the seminar. When it was down to just 4 of us left, and i had heard quite a bit, i was mostly satisfied that this man was trying his honest best, in the fear of God, to promote the truth to the Muslims. The last of my 2 or 3 questions/statements, was something like: “AMR people are trying to make SDA Muslims, but you seem to be trying to make SDA Christians”. His reply was along the lines of “There is no saving value in any name”. I left, mostly dumbfounded that he had so misinterpreted my statement, to make it mean something so common and worldly, rather than taken in a spiritual sense. But wanting to give him the benefit of the doubt, i wrote it off, and told the people around me that this group was trying to do something far better than what the AMR people are currently doing. (oh yes, he said the AMR leaders are going to be shunted elsewhere soon).

I followed up my interest by looking for info on Stephen Dickie, and found several of his videos on Better Life tv. Islam, God’s Forgotten Blessing is here:

While mostly sounding good, there were the little, almost passed-by type of comments that really worried me, so i sent Brother Dickie a email. Below is our exchange.

Subject: questions about presentation on betterlife tv
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 08:25:20 +0900

Hello Brother Stephen Dickie,
Last week i attended one meeting of a 3-part seminar given by Jack McNeilus at Southern Adventist University, Tennessee. He promoted your book, and as i am very interested in spreading the gospel to Muslims, i have been looking for more information on the internet about what you are teaching in that book.

While i have not been able to find the contents of the book on the internet, i was able to find a video presentation you gave on Better Life tv. I have some questions about comments you made on that video, but first, some background on myself —

I have read the Qur’an, and in comparing it to the Bible, saw that it is clearly a book inspired from Satan. I made some web pages showing some of the more egregious errors here:

Around 1 1/2 years ago i met Jerald Whitehouse at one of his seminars in Bangkok. He said some things that showed he is more a promoter of Islam than of Christianity.

So i am quite interested in how to reach Muslims, and your new method looked to possibly be the best tool today to do that, but in viewing this video, i am quite worried about your approach too.

Some concerns:
1. You said “Allah is the same god that you and i pray to.”
Actually, the Allah of the Qur’an is Satan, as you well know, so i’m trying to understand in what sense you mean this.
2. You said “Islam’s reformation is in front of them today”
But Islam never was a true religion. It was founded by Satan, so what good will a “reformation” do?
3. You said “The Qur’an teaches that when you die, you’re dead”.
Surely you have read the Qur’an, like in 20:74 where it says the people neither live nor die in hell???
4. You said “Mohammed was the star that fell”.
You are probably very close in this one, as Mohammed was one of the most effective agents of Satan ever.

These are large concerns, and i pray that you will answer them in an honest manner.
May the Holy Spirit work on the hearts of the Muslims today.

May we uplift Jesus always,
Daniel Winters
This is the reply i received from Brother Dickie:
Subject: RE: questions about presentation on betterlife tv
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 00:13:47 +0000

Mr. Winters:
Your reputation precedes your email letter. My book is not on the internet for a purpose, I have chosen not to put it on, as it would not sit well with the world of Islam as it is only a book for SDAs. I have other things for Islam. You can find my book at the Collegedale ABC or you can order it from our web site at .

It is interesting to see how you have already judge my work without reading it. Years ago I was told you were a very sharp person, but I would think you would at least read it first then bring your concerns or go public with your findings. I would read what I am saying first and not take what someone is saying I say.

May the Lord lead you and in your search.

Stephen Dickie
And my reply:
Brother Stephen Dickie,
The concerns i raised were your EXACT words taken from your video. I’m not taking what someone is saying you say. And i’m not quoting from or judging your book at all.

Do you stand by what i have quoted you on in the videos on Better Life tv?

Look to Jesus,
Daniel Winters
As of today, April 23rd, there has been no reply to this last email.

I sent a email to Jack McNeilus too, the man who gave the seminar on “Islam, God’s Forgotten Blessing” at Southern Adventist University on the last Friday and Saturday in March, saying:
From: []
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 10:18 AM
Subject: islam seminar concerns, stephen dickie’s sayings

Hello Brother Mc Neilus,

I met you several weeks ago at the seminar you held at Thatcher Hall on the SAU campus. We talked a bit after the meeting. I mentioned to you that Jerald Whitehouse is trying to make “Seventh-day Adventist Muslims”, and you seem to be trying to make “Seventh-day Adventist Christians”. Your reply showed that the spiritual intent of my statement was not discerned properly. Perhaps i should have worded it better. Of course i know no name can save us. It is the spiritual application that is important. The spiritual application is – Jerald Whitehouse is basically saying that Muslims are already saved, while it seems you are trying to point them to Jesus Christ to receive salvation.

After that seminar, i saw some videos by Stephen Dickie, who you referred to several times with approbation in your seminar, and even had one of his books for sale. Below are some quotes that i got from the videos, and sent to Stephen Dickie, asking if he would answer the concerns. He sent back an angry email, not denying anything he had said. So i ask you the same, Brother, do you believe what Stephen Dickie has said here?


Some concerns:
1. You said “Allah is the same god that you and i pray to.”
Actually, the Allah of the Qur’an is Satan, as you well know, so i’m trying to understand in what sense you mean this.
2. You said “Islam’s reformation is in front of them today”
But Islam never was a true religion. It was founded by Satan, so what good will a “reformation” do?
3. You said “The Qur’an teaches that when you die, you’re dead”.
Surely you have read the Qur’an, like in 20:74 where it says the people neither live nor die in hell???
4. You said “Mohammed was the star that fell”.
You are probably very close in this one, as Mohammed was one of the most effective agents of Satan ever.

These are large concerns, and i pray that you will answer them in an honest manner.
May the Holy Spirit work on the hearts of the Muslims today.

May we uplift Jesus always,
Daniel Winters

Brother Jack McNeilus replied as follows, including the long attachment:
Mr. Winters,

Re: Some concerns:
1. You said “Allah is the same god that you and i pray to.”
Actually, the Allah of the Qur’an is Satan, as you well know, so i’m trying to understand in what sense you mean this.

I would encourage you to read what Mike Ryan, VP of the SDA church says about Allah, attached below. Apparently as a global spokesperson for the church, he disagrees with you, or understands something you have not seen yet. Note the recent date. He is not alone in this belief. My Adventist pastor friends preaching in places like Jordan and the Sudan openly call God Allah in their home country context. They did so in a free society when we shared information in my Masters course at the Middle East University, home of the SDA church offices in Lebanon and the Middle East. I was told by one of these pastors that is how it is translated in his Arabic language from the Aramaic manuscripts of the Bible. These same pastors are the ones chosen by the world church leaders to be to reach Islam because these guys have practical field experience. If you would like to argue Aramaic and Arabic root words, perhaps you should go to the General Conference theologians. They are probably best able to explain the minutia involved.

Begin forwarded message:

From: Justin Kim
Date: April 15, 2009 8:36:32 AM GMT-04:00
Subject: [fig] Adventist Jargon Alienating, Church Executives Say


Adventist jargon alienating, church executives say
Proposed church style-guide to sensitize exchanges with other faith groups

31 Mar 2009, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN

Members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Global Mission Issues committee heard suggestions last week for pruning Adventist jargon, archaic and potentially offensive language from official church communication.

By using well-meant but often misinterpreted words and phrases, Adventists may end up alienating members of other faith groups rather than ministering to them, Bruce L. Bauer, chair of the department of World Mission, told the delegates, each of whom received a draft of the proposed ‘Style-Guide for Seventh-day Adventist Mission.’

Prepared by the church’s Global Mission Religious Study Centers, the style-guide lists potentially offensive words and phrases to be avoided when working with members of four of the world’s main faith groups: Jews, Muslims, Buddhists and Postmoderns.

“Too many [Adventists] go to unchurched or unreached people with a set of sermons or Bible studies that were initially prepared for another cultural setting and never consider the local needs or situations,” Bauer said.

When talking with Jews and Muslims, the style-guide suggests, pastors and church communicators should avoid “politically charged” language. Calling the Middle East ‘Palestine’ or referring to the state of Israel can be “interpreted as taking sides,” Bauer said.

The style-guide also cautions Adventists to avoid referring to the church as “spiritual Israel” when talking with Jews. “The church does not need to usurp the identity of Israel in order to exist,” Bauer said.

Universally offensive words such as “infidel” or “heretic” should never be used to refer an unchurched person, the style-guide said. Also, referring to outreach events as “crusades” is more likely to conjure up images of war and destruction than evangelism, particularly among Muslims.

Referring to Muhammad as a “false prophet” will not build bridges with Muslims, the style-guide also noted.

While both Jews and Muslims may take offense to many Christian-oriented phrases, Buddhists are more likely to be confused by Adventist imagery and illustrations, Bauer said. Western Christian terminology — including “sin,” “salvation” and the “blood of Christ” — often doesn’t resonate with Buddhists, who may also struggle to reconcile the concrete Biblical concepts of heaven and hell with their more transient concept of death.

One delegate expressed concern that Adventists, hoping not to offend, may end up clumsily hiding their beliefs — an effort that would be both “obvious” and potentially manipulative, he said.

Tailoring the presentation of the church’s core beliefs to better connect with those from various faith backgrounds doesn’t unravel the message, Bauer said. The principles and cautions in the style-guide are simply meant to help Adventists establish a spiritual foundation with those of other faiths in a way that invites further discussion of beliefs.

As Pat Gustin put it, “You can’t ignore that the Bible says Christ’s blood is essential to salvation, but your opening hymn doesn’t have to be ‘There is a Fountain Filled with Blood.'”

While not technically a faith group, Postmoderns are also included in the style-guide. Because Postmoderns perceive the word “truth” as restrictive, the style-guide urged Adventists to avoid that and other cut-and-dried terminology.

Other suggestions for better connecting with Postmoderns include avoiding the phrase “inspired pen” to refer to prolific church writer Ellen G. White, the word “worldly” when describing secular or negative influences and citing “God’s will” when explaining tragedies for which there is no logical basis.

Delegates questioned the inclusion of some phrases. The style-guide suggested that Adventists avoid the phrase “I’ll pray for you” when talking with Postmoderns because some who hold that worldview may interpret it as an excuse for inaction. However, Artur Stele, president of the Adventist Church in Euro-Asia, said he’d observed that Postmoderns in his region were “surprisingly open to the concept of prayer.”

When revising the draft, a world church vice president Michael L. Ryan suggested that instead of a list of what not to say, the style-guide also include words and phrases that some traditional Adventists think are taboo, but are in fact appropriate, such as using “Allah” as a reference to God.

“In all of our communication, we should strive to be clear and sensitive about our message,” said Rajmund Dabrowski, world church communication director. “In this, every word counts,” he said, citing the existing ANN style guide as a potential model for the proposed style-guide.

Following revisions, the style-guide will ultimately be sent to the administrative committee at the world church’s headquarters for consideration. For now, the style-guide is destined for revisions back at the study centers.

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We must free ourselves from the customs and bondage of society, that when the principles of our faith are at stake, we shall not hesitate to show our colors, even though we are called singular for so doing. – E.G. White
my reply:
It is sad that even our SDA leaders are blind leaders of the blind, Brother McNeilus,
Surely you do understand that my question has nothing at all to do with word origins, and everything to do with the truth that the Allah of the Qur’an, and the God of the Bible are totally opposite beings??? Allah of the Qur’an has no son, but the God of the Bible has a son.

Let’s follow the one and only true God and his son – Jesus Christ (not the Isa of the Qur’an).
Daniel Winters

25 thoughts on “stephen dickie “islam, god’s forgotten blessing” video review”

  1. counsels on stewardship says tithes should be paid into goods storehouse even though funds are being misused. see also 9t page 249

  2. Charles Veldekens

    We have been studying your DVD 13 part series about Islam Revisted and we were planning to continue our study on the next 13 part DVD series but we can not fine that DVD it disappeared i do not even remember the name of this DVD. it is important that we continue because we have two muslems coming and may be as many as 6 more will come after the first.
    Please let me know how much it will cost to get another DVD and if you have any other DVD or written material please E-Mail what i owe you and any other advise you can suggest
    Thank You Charles Veldekens

  3. By saying //Qur’an a book inspired from Satan.// you are simply serving Satan. is it your duty as a Christian? isn’t better to build a bridge and bring Muslims to Jesus? when it is so easy to bring millions of Muslims to Jesus why you are trying to keep them away from the truth. Maybe you did not really know who Jesus is?

  4. //Actually, the Allah of the Qur’an is Satan, as you well know, so i’m trying to understand in what sense you mean this.//

    If Allah is Satan then there is millions of Arab Christians worshiping Satan! because God translated as ALLAH in Arabic Bible.

  5. Asfaslan from Saudi Arabia,
    Yes, it is my duty to point out error. God said in his holy word – the Bible – “Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.” (Ephesians 5:11)
    I pray you too will come to know the Son of God – Jesus Christ – as the only door to salvation 🙂

  6. Hi Daniel.

    Thank you for your pray.

    Eph 5:1 Therefore be followers of God, as dear children.

    Eph 5:2 And walk in love, as Christ also has loved us, and has given Himself for us as an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling savor.

    Eph 5:17 Therefore do not be unwise, but understand what the will of the Lord is.

    Pointing out error is fruitless deeds of darkness and I have nothing to do with it.

    I believe your duty is:

    Mark 16:15 And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.

    In this way you can open the only door to salvation front of everyone.

    God Bless you.

  7. //”Pointing out error is fruitless deeds of darkness and I have nothing to do with it.”
    God says otherwise.//

    I don’t think God says: Go and tell all Muslims that Allah (which is God in English) is satan. You can try it, go and keep shouting -Allah is Satan, Allah is Satan. and see how many Muslim will listen to you and and come to know that Jesus is their Saviour.
    And then try to do this:
    Mark 16:15 And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.
    And then tell me which deed is fruitless.
    God bless you.

  8. God’s words have been shown. Shouldn’t they be held as more of an authority than “I don’t think…..”?
    Who gets the seal of God in their foreheads? Is it those who excuse sin in the church, or those who “sigh and cry over the abominations done in it”?

  9. Mark 16:15 And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.


    this is what they need not kicking in the face.

  10. Daniel,

    I’m disappointed by your arrogant responses.Such is not Christlike and Heaven has no place for such attitudes. Let us mind how we portray Christ as His ambassadors. God be with you!


  11. Peace and grace to you dear brother Daniel, in the name of our Lord God and Saviour Jesus Christ!

    The message that you brought was clear and timely and sadly very true. The compromising sin within the ranks of “professed Christians” has grown exponentially with the same groups lack of knowledge of the Scriptures. It is truly sad. Additionally, those who commented here and “professed” to be servants of the Living God, yet siding with unbelievers in their response, have actually shown themselves to either sadly unlearned in Scriptures and unsaved, or willfully ignorant and are siding with the Adversary. Their end is that same, according to Scripture. The rapid infiltration of Islam throughout the world has been prophesied, as you well know. However those in the ranks of Islam see it as “proof” they are worshiping and following the True God, when in fact they are being and have been deceived by the same “false light” that was cast from Heaven around 7000 years ago. Remember Ephesians 6 and the Blood shed by our Lord God Jesus and keeping preaching Truth. As for the lie that the Arabic “bible” uses allah in place of the term for God and it still means the same…well they are not talking about the following: either the Elohim (Godhead) or “the Mighty God” (Jesus), God the Father (the Almighty), or God the Holy Spirit (the Comforter). They can only be talking about “another gospel” which is no Gospel at all.

    The Almighty stated “I will declare the decree: the Lord hath said unto me,Thou art My Son, this day have I begotten Thee” (Psalm 2:7) and also they fail at this: “The LORD (the Almighty) said unto my Lord (the Mighty God Jesus), sit thou at my right hand until I make thin enemies thy footstool.” (Psalm 110:1)

    Yet the Quran teaches: ‘Say: He is Allah. the One and Only; Allah, the Eternal, Absolute; He begetteth not, nor is He begotten; And there is none like unto Him.’ (Surah 112, Al-Ikhlas, verses 1-4,

    So it is CLEAR to see that it is a VERY different God that the Muslim worships. They worship something, in character and substance, that is MUCH more closely related to the Catholic Church. For I believe they also both worship that dreadful “Queen of Heaven” which the Living God called an abomination.

    So keep preaching the Truth!…:)


  12. “If Allah is Satan then there is millions of Arab Christians worshiping Satan! because God translated as ALLAH in Arabic Bible.”
    Nobody answered this..funny.. I have been in SDA churches in muslim countries and they sing hymns to Allah. And when they translate a preacher from english, they say Allah when the english preacher say God. So Allah is the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob as both the bible and the quran says…and…and then we can start to talk about who is Jesus… The jewish God has also no son, but we all know it is the same God we are talking about.

  13. Hello Nille, Some things seem so obvious, that no answer is deemed necessary. If you’ve read this whole post, then you will see what i wrote: “the Allah of the Qur’an is Satan”.
    I’ve been in several predominantly Muslim countries, and know very well that Christians use the name “Allah” in their Bibles to refer to God. I never intimated that there is a problem with that.
    The Qur’an is specific saying that “God” has no son. But the Bible is specific saying that God DOES have a son. So the lines are clearly drawn that these two entities referred to as “God” are two different entities.
    When you say “The jewish God has also no son”, what are you referring to? Of course the God of the Old Testament has a son. The Jews USED to worship that true God, but since putting him on the cross, they don’t worship the true God anymore.
    If i can help make this clearer, please let me know.

  14. I am a Jewish Adventist and I am sure you will never win a Jew or a Muslim with your attitude. “By this shall all men know that you are my disciples, if you have love one for another.” Love through the Holy Spirit is the key to winning anyone. Have you ever one a soul to Christ, dear brother? i know you are longing to do it—Go and help someone in need and quit arguing with your brethren with a closed mind.Psalm 32:8 God bless you brother as you see His way.

  15. I am an indo, which thre r alot of muslims around. My indo bible shows that GOD is translated as ALLAH. There is sumthn we should knw that ALLAH is a name, not a tittle. As YHWH is the name of God in the old testament. Many indo SDA r saying ALLAH in every sabbath meeting. Anyway i dnt mind abt ALLAH is inscrbd in my indo bible, coz i know there is none other name that given to men which in it we have salvation except the Name of Jesus.

  16. Yes jonsey91, God is bigger than any name we can call him. As i’ve mentioned above, i know that “Allah” is the term used for the Divine Creator Ultimate Being in the universe, in the Indonesian Bible. That should cause no problem for anybody. The problem occurs, when Christians start saying the “Allah” of the Qur’an is the same as the God of the Bible. They are totally different beings. We must make a difference between the two, not lump them both together because a few things are similar between them.
    The Qur’an says God has no son, the Bible says God has a son. Which one is the true Divine Creator Ultimate Being in the universe, and which one is the Father of Lies?

  17. Amen Daniel

    5 For though there be that are called gods, whether in heaven or in earth, (as there be gods many, and lords many,)

    6 But to us there is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by him.

  18. What you have quoted, le béréen, seems so basic to Christianity. Somehow, many people even in God’s remnant church seem to have forgotten the basics. God bless as you keep pointing people to Jesus!

  19. Daniel, the point is not about the Islam Bible, but the lineage of the sons of Abraham. I think that’d is what needs to be studied. Both brothers were blessed. If Good blessed both, then that is truth. We need to restudy the book of Genesis and the wife’s of Abraham. The two sons came together to put Abraham in his grave. There is a lot of Genesis that has been hidden or over read without thinking of the end days as Adventist thought. Step back and not get into the noise that Satan wants to blind us. Remember there are 1.5 billion Muslims in this world. Adventist are not looked on as other Christians, especially Catholics, if you study Mohammed he read the old testament and his main issue was Catholics worshipping idol’s. Look at the people PDF the East that came to worship our Lord and Saviour as a baby. They came from Sadia Arabia and Iran. They were not Jews. You have to look at that and wonder. Moses went to Saudi Arabia to spend what 40 years learning from the people’s of the east. Why did Christ allow that, because the people in Egypt had been so out of the faith of who they worshipped. Christ had to take Moses away and teach him not in Egypt but with the people of Ishmael. Remember, these people were not Isaac’s people. So I think you need to open your mind and ask yourselve there are things we didn’t see 100 years ago because our eyes were covered. But now as we get closer to the second coming of our King of Kings our eyes will be opened. Adventist are considered the people of the book we are allowed to speak were other Christians can’t even come in. If it was not for three Muslims invading southern Europe the reformers from Germany would never had a chance. The Pope sent a large part of the European army’s south giving the reformers a chance to spread Bible. Think about it. Will Islam, those who have faith, ;We know that God judges those with the knowledge they have at the time. If the only thing separating us is Christ and who they see him as more than a prophet, then that is the 60 percent of the moderate Muslims that will join the loud cry. DOI you you really think there promise that Abraham was given by, Christ that his seed would be as the sands of the seas or the stars in heaven. Sorry, but that is not just Adventist. Remember, the spirit of prophecy says that the shaking will bring others in from other religions. Remember. The picture of the second coming, love it, it has all the races of the world together looking took the heavens in wonder as The King of Kings and Lord of Lords comes down to bring us home.

  20. Hi to you all, and happy Sabbath – Which means; come to father).

    Am writing this after watching movies about Stephen Dickie. Well, yes, I googled him as well and came about this site.

    Sorry if my french is not correct. Yeah, am a Scandinavian, viking.

    I can tell that this topic is hot by the engagement.

    There is a lot of wisdom being shared on this topic.

    As some of you already have shared; Allah is not the same person as the biblical GOD. Well, that is my opinion too. If they were the same, I do believe that their character would be the same as well. The name does not matter that much, but what is behind it matters a lot. Why? You go figure it out.

    I am so happy that God came to me, search for me in dark places, found me and did something to heal me. I do not have anything to aid in his love for me. He is my creator, my healer, my doctor, my origin. Yes, and he is my judge as well, my advocate, who will always try to save me. I have no doubt about this.

    Just as some of you, I have also muslim friends. The best ones are this who do take their belief seriously, because they do have a personal foundation to why they follow Mohammed. It is possible to factually talk with them. I find it more hard when some follow Muhammed by tradition. It´s harder to relate because it seems impossible to share faith.

    All of us can disagree about the best or worse course for reaching people of muslim faith, but I will remind you that God can do and is still in charge when we set out hart to share our salvation. Look at Paul. How much psychology or “correct” language did God use when he came around? He was a stubborn ass, fighting God´s people thinking he was on the right track.

    Or, look on yourself. What kind of language did God use to open your heart, eyes and ears?

    I do believe that the biblical God and the Allah to the Quran is two distinct persons, because they are not similar in who they are as beings.

    You can be your own judge.

    Yes, and I do believe that Muhammed started out good, wanting to convert his friends form idolatry when being in Mecca. Do you know how many who joined his movement before being chased away? When coming to Medina, a big change came about, and it seems like it all turned political. Yeah, and his power grew high, and then he showed off a big time his ideas of who Allah is. Me or you.? Stick to your ideas/faith and your head is off.

    Islam is a big mixture of ancient Hebrew religion, mixed with Christianity. We do not really know the reason or sources for why Muhammed formed his religion the way he did.

    Is it from above? Well, personally I do not believe so.

    When reaching Muslims, I think we ought to more believe in what God can do than to stick to our own imaginations or ability. He is our friend and will guide us its the way we talk or behave.

    But please, do NOT make a mixture of good and evil, human ideas and divine inspiration. These should be as far from us as west is from east.

    May God bless you all 🙂

  21. Boyle.
    You do make a lot of sense. People are hung up on the translation of God as Allah in Arabic. The important difference is the attribute of God in the Bible, which is love, compared to the attribute of Allah in the Quran, which is hate. The two entities are not the same. So, when dealing with Muslims and others we must present to them the God of Love. Let them figure out what to do with the god of hate.

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