A study of objections raised by Muslims and a response to some of them in the light of the Christian and Islamic Scriptures.
Dr. Masood examines how followers of Jesus and followers of Muhammad use different dictionaries for the definition of peace, love, grace, and mercy. He delves into the Bible and the Qur’an, investigating how both present the creation and the patriarchs. While the Bible stops with Jesus and his disciples, the Qur’an brings Muhammad on the scene.
Masood deals sensitively with questions like: ·
- Is the Qur’an the continuation of the Bible?
- Did Jesus promise the coming of Muhammad?
- Is Jesus or Muhammad the “final messenger” with the authority of assurance from God?
- What guidance was promised to Adam, to restore him and his progeny to God?
- If Jews, Christians, and Muslims believe in the same God, why the different messages?
A major objection by many Muslims is that the Bible is corrupted. This book presents the case that the Bible is trustworthy. Dr Masood gives insight and perspective to divergent and convergent aspects of the Bible and the Qur'an, dealing at length with errors in copying and translation and analyzing many specific objections of critical Muslims towards the Judeo-Christian writings.
This short book contains some highlights of how a present researcher finds it hard to believe that the Qur’an was compiled in full in Muhammad’s time and that the present Qur’an is the same as was revealed to Muhammad. 176pages.0
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2000. ISBN 0-19285-344-9.
This study presents how the uniqueness of Jesus is portrayed both in the Qur’an and the Gospel.
A scientific study of similarities and differences between the Bible and the Qur'an: the author's sincere desire for truth leads to some controversial results! It is written for Muslims but Christians can benefit too.
This book is written for the many who simply want to find out about the life and teaching of Jesus. The author lived for many years in the Middle East and has experienced at first hand both the misunderstanding about Jesus and people’s curiosity about who he really was.