A Parable, by FTME

My dear brother FTME has posted a parable over at SBC Impact about the topic of whether or not Christians and Muslims worship and believe in the same God or not. Check it out HERE. A sample:

[...]Evangelist: “Oh, before you can understand how to draw near to God or anything of God’s Kingdom, you must understand that you, my dear friend, are thinking of the wrong god. If your Qur’an, as you say, teaches of a god who is not triune in nature - meaning the Father, the Son and the Spirit - you must repent and believe in the True God of the Bible.

Muslim: “But there is only one God.”

Evangelist: “Correct. And He is not the one you are worshiping and trying to be close to. I’m afraid you cannot come near to that which does not exist.”

Muslim: “You mean that the God of Abraham and Isaac and Jonah is not the true God!?!”

Evangelist: “No, what I mean is that your god of Abraham and Isaac and Muhammad is a false god. My God of Abraham and Isaac and Jesus is the true God.” [...]

Comments

Samuel said…
Evangelist: No, what I mean is that your god of Abraham and Isaac and Muhammad is a false god. My God of Abraham and Isaac and Jesus is the true God.

What is your approach, Oh Evangelist, to showing (if challenged) that the God of
Muhammad is false and that of Jesus is the true One? (Aside from simply saying so.)
Abu Daoud said…
I think FTME is trying to make the opposite point actually: that Muslims worship and know the true God.

But check out the comments at SPC Impact for clarification, he is responding to the original post over there.
Samuel said…
Abu Daoud, I was referring to the Evangelist's comment that the God of Muhammad is a false god (as I quoted him), so it couldn't be that the Muslim God is the true God (if it is false). Also, is it safe to assume that FTME = Evangelist?

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