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Allah And God The Same

A friend of mine who was a christian now converted to muslim says that allah and God are the same. I don't believe that. What do I say to her its true or false.

Moderator - Allah is the name of the Muslim god not the name of the Christian God.

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Allah is God in Arabic.

The Arabic Bible beginning with the Book of Genesis uses the word "Allah" to represent "The God" of Creation, Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham, Ishmael and Issac and Israel. Page one of Genesis has the word "Allah" 17 times.
---Sheila on 12/31/07

The word "Allah" is the perfect description of the "One God" of monotheism for Jews, Christians and Muslims!

Is "Allah" only for Islam and Muslims?
[No! It is for All Three Abrahamic Faiths.]

"Allah" is the same word used by Christian Arabs and Jewish Arabs in their Bible, centuries before Islam came.

On page one [1] of Genesis in the Old Testament, we find the word "Allah" seventeen [17] times.
---Sheila on 12/31/07

Allah is nothing. There is only one God and that is the God of Israel. He is also our God, the God and Father of Christians. There is only one way under heaven to be saved and that is through the Door of Jesus Christ, God's son.
---John on 10/8/07

Genesis 17:23 And Abraham took Ishmael his son, and all that were born in his house, and all that were bought with his money, every male among the men of Abraham's house; and circumcised the flesh of their foreskin in the selfsame day, as God had said unto him.

Ishmael was made a Jew by Abraham and gets the same inheritance any Jew has. Abraham is his Father. Whether they be Jew or Arab there is no way to God except through the Son. No name whereby anyone can be saved but Jesus.
---Exzucuh on 3/13/07

KHADIJAH;Exodus:313-15 shows us that there is only one God.Gen;16 shows How Ishmael was born in verse15.Gen.17explains about the covenant between Him & The off spring Of Hagar The Egyptian Bonds woman to Sara.But In Verse21 he states I will make my Covenant with Issac.Did this cause the enmity ?But in the NT both Jews denied The afore mentioned Coming of the SaviourJesus Christ who was declared by God as HIS SON.
---Emcee on 3/13/07

Allah is arabic for 'The God' or 'The One God'. The term was used by Jewish speaking Christians and Jews before the Quran came, and is still used by arab (*and I think Swahili) speaking Christians. Despite some Christian claims pre-islam there was NEVER an idol created for him and Allah was known in Mecca as the God of Abraham&Ishmael. Mohammed rejected the idol worship, destroying the idols & calling the pagan Arabs (non-christians&non-jews)to worship Allah alone.
---Khadijah on 3/12/07

The Quran does NOT teach me to kill any one who is not muslim
He who has killed one innocent soul, it is as if he has killed all humanity.(Quran 5:32).
Does the bible tell you to kill me (considering some of you seem to think I worship a moon god)?
Deut 17:2-5, Deut 14:6-10, Levit 24:16
no you will tell me about the HISTORICAL context. Muslims see the text IN CONTEXT as much as you do with your bibles.
---Khadijah on 3/12/07

Allah is not God. Only the God of the Bible is the one true God revealed as three persons in the Father, the Son (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit. I find it very hard to believe that someone who converts to muslim was a christian --- many do call themselves "christian" but are not. Does your friend believe that Jesus died for her?
---Helen_5378 on 6/9/06

Does not Islam claim that Allah was the God of Abraham, who was the common ancestor of Jews and Arabs?
If so, it means that Muslims think they have the same God as Jews and Christians. But of course, we say it is not the case. Certainly Islam has distorted the True Loving God into a Hating god.
---alan8869_of_UK on 6/9/06

allah is the moon god ali lai or something like that just like baal worship(sun god)
---r.w. on 6/8/06

"Allah" is the arabic word for "God". Arab Christians, Jews and Muslims worship God, but in arabic they worship Allah because they speek arabic. There no such a thing as a Muslim God. There are definitely differences between the Christian, Jewish and Muslim conceptions of God, as there are also differences within the christian conceptions of God, unless we excomunicate all those who differ with ours.
---M._E._Azzam on 2/17/06

Well you know Jesus was persecuted, and God's name is often used in vain. They are alive. Have you ever heard someone say "Allah-damn"?
---Weasel on 1/13/06

Alan::Jesus was born into a Jewish Family & hence by nationality he was Jewish,but he was rejected by his people ;The jews are still waiting for the Messiah & do not accept Jesus as God.But we do Jesus is god.The muslims have mohammed as a prophet & call him Allah I believe-again not the same god- & certainly not the same ideology, or traditions & the same following.
---Emcee on 11/19/05

2. By making a careful study to their faith you will be able to see the differences between their god and Almighty God of Scripture. Their natures are different and also their attributes. It is no difference then the god that other religions teach. Even within Christianity we see many teachers teaching a different God of Scripture and people excepting it as if it was not important because God is love and we should love one another. As followers of Christ we should protect and defend the Christain faith.
---Lupe2618 on 11/19/05

Alan, the god of Islam is not the God of Scripture. He was a pagan god. Allah was a pagan god before Muhammand. Allah was only one of the pagan deities of the pre-Islamic Arabic pantheon (collection of gods) and not even the central deity. It was thus Muhammad who transformed and elevated this pagan deity into the surpreme god of Islam. The Biblical God that we know is not the same and never will be the same.
---Lupe2618 on 11/19/05

Moderator ... you seem to suggest that Muslims' god cannot be the same as the Christians God, because they do not believe that Jesus is God. Neither do the Jews think Jesus is God, but we do accept that our God is the same as the Jews' God ... only much much bigger.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/14/05

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Linda: It's a very sad fact that in many places in the world just saying you're a Christian can mean MANY different things! In Lebanon, 'Christian' is often a POLITICAL term rather than a comment about one's beliefs! In USA and of course in many RCC countries, it may only mean your family observes certain practices, but doesn't necessarily mean you're commited to living for Christ! Thus some add descriptions stating they ARE true Believers! Hope that helps.
---Daniel on 11/14/05

Linda ... #2 I remeber asking a man once if he was a Christian and he replied "Yes of course I am ... I am English" !!!
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/14/05

Linda ... I think "born-again" as an adjective is relatively recent.
I was "converted" as we used to say before the adjective was used in the UK, and so I call myself a Christian. Others think that you have to call yourself "born-again" and that "Christian" means just nominal.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/14/05

M.A.: Must I conclude that "Born-Again Christians" and "Christians" are two different kinds of people? What is the origin of the "Born-Again Christians" if they are different from the "Christians"? Must I separate their origin from the Christians that can be traced back to the Christian Crusaders?
---Linda6546 on 11/14/05

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Good statement, Nurse Robert! As Christians we should not condemn readily because we also have a colored past and that past is colored with blood!
---Linda6546 on 11/14/05

Asisha::Your friend who claimed Christianity was probably not a true follower of Christ& so he by choice took up ALL AH!or the muslim faith ask him the reason the true reason for this change.He probably dosent know.Every one should live up to his convictions Those who are fickle always change.
---.Emcee on 11/13/05

Asisha::Your friend who claimed Christianity was probably not a true follower of Christ& so he by choice took up ALL AH!or the muslim faith ask him the reason the true reason for this change.He probably dosent know.Every one should live up to his convictions Those who are ficklealways change.
---.Emcee on 11/13/05

[Pt*6] Clarification for Moderator (maybe others): I would never call my relationship with God a 'religion,' that connotes man-made ideas/beliefs instead of truth revealed by God! I know MOD.s don't have much time, but when using phrases like, "different god" or "their god" we _should_ point out we really don't believe such beings exist, it's only "what they believe God to be," not reality!
---Daniel on 11/13/05

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Pat, you said "Muslims are Anti Christ, That is why they kill Christians,they are totally against Jesus. Our God would not allow His people to do that! They serve Lucifer"

Perhaps you can explain how Christians then got away with killing thousands during the Crusades? According to you, God would never have allowed that to happen, but it did...
---NurseRobert on 11/13/05

[Pt*5]you compare all it means to YHVH (for most people anyway!). If I had to distribute a translation of the Bible using "Allah," I'd make sure it included a list of all that was true of Him, his other names and attributes, in the front and back covers and elsewhere! HOPEFULLY my comments will help to alleviate some misunderstandings here at ChristiaNet.

Moderator - Both religions believe in monotheism (one god) and that is where the comparisons ends. These are two different religions with a different god.
---Daniel on 11/13/05

[Pt*4]...simply asking "Are Allah and God the same?" isn't good enough without a great deal of DEFINITION! Could the two 'words' be used of the one true God? Perhaps; Bruce spent much time dealing with that. But I see the person's real question as: "Does Islam really teach the whole truth about the one true God?" and to that I must say 'No!' Muhammed was NOT a true prophet of God, and whatever he taught that doesn't agree with Scripture fills the word 'Allah' with error when... [CONT.]
---Daniel on 11/13/05

[Pt*3]"YHVH," but perhaps some Arabic Bible translators do use "Allah" instead. The problem is this: Will readers finish the whole book to learn who "Allah" really is, or still retain an underlying Muslim perspective (which may be full of what many posters here consider "negative connotations") about the true God? Either way, we here need to be very careful when discussing such "highly loaded" names and terms! For a forum based in English,... [CONT.]
---Daniel on 11/13/05

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[Pt*2]...Chemosh the god of Moab, and Milcom the god of the sons of Ammon"(1Kings11:33). Were those real gods? Of course not! Even if a demon may have impersonated one, that doesn't make everything the Moabites said of Chemosh,e.g.,true! The references are simply from perspectives of what those people thought of "their god"; their beliefs. After centuries of violence by Muslims, it can be difficult to accept "Allah" as another name for... [CONT.]
---Daniel on 11/13/05

[Pt*1] What a mess of semantics we have here! MOST of the problems seem to be caused by posters assuming their perspective applies to everyone else's comments. From what I'll call the REALITY(or God's) perspective, there is only one true God. If someone says, e.g., "God and Allah are totally different personalities," that's rather ridiculous since it implies the existence of two different gods! YET, in one OT passage reference is made to "Ashtoreth the goddess of the Sidonians,... [CONT.]
---Daniel on 11/13/05

I don't believe the atrocities in Ireland were committed by Christians at all. I believe they were committed by 2 different lots of religious people who 'think' that they are Christians. Quite possibly the atrocities of the crusades were also committed by religious people rather than by born-again Christians.
---M.A. on 11/12/05

Muslims are not the only ones that have committed atrocities in the name of "god". Consider the "Christian" crusades of the middle ages and in modern times, the years of strife in Ireland.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

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There is only one GOD that holds the absolute power which overlooks the build and unbuild universe. The powers of GOD are absolute and unimaginable. GOD is not a messenger. Bible means message from GOD delivered by Jesus. Even the message is sent through others who work for the GOD before reaching JESUS. Clearly, ALLAH has not been on Earth to sent any message through any books of revelation ie Bible or Quran. Everthing belongs to GOD. Ask ur selfs who owns u? A messenger or GOD himself?
---Answer on 11/10/05

My God doesn't have me strap a bomb to me and blow up people, that's Allah and he's not god. Also, did you know that Mohammed himself said the devil spoke through him. Lewis Farrakahn went to the mother wheel that circles the earth and spoke to elisha mohammed. What insanity in our world today. My God is not the same as their false god.
---Nellah on 11/10/05

Moderator, I never said they "serve" God. Only that the core belief is in the one, eternal creator. You could make a case that their "god" ("g")is their idology. But the God("G")they pay lipservice to is the God of Abraham, and of Christians today. They do not "serve" him for theirs is a false religion. So, do you feel the same way about Catholics? They do not serve God they serve religion. Is the God of their religion the same God we serve?

Moderator - Muslims are a different religion. Do Hindus and Buddhists serve the same multi gods? No, because they are different religions.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

Moderator ... why does Islam reagrd Jesus as a great prophet if they do not beleive he was a prophet of their god? The facts rather than hearsy appear to suggest that both Jews & Christians on the one side, and Muslims on the other, all regard their god as the god of Abraham. The fact that we have different perceptions as to how that Gods behave and wants us to behave is a slightly separate issue.

Moderator - Bingo. They don't believe Jesus is God. Their god is the moon god.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/10/05

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"It wasn't until the Ottoman Empire that the crescent moon and star became affiliated with the Muslim world. When the Turks conquered Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1453, they adopted the city's existing flag and symbol. Legend holds that the founder of the Ottoman Empire, Osman, had a dream in which the crescent moon stretched from one end of the earth to the other. Taking this as a good omen, he chose to keep the crescent and make it the symbol of his dynasty."

Moderator - Using the information quoted, it stated some Muslims don't like the Crescent Moon. Some Christians don't like the Cross. Regardless, those are our respective symbols. Also as stated, their symbol is pagan which is correct. Surely one can easily see we don't serve the same God.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

"For hundreds of years, the Ottoman Empire ruled over the Muslim world. After centuries of battle with Christian Europe, it is understandable how the symbols of this empire became linked in people's minds with the faith of Islam as a whole.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

Based on this history, many Muslims reject using the crescent moon as a symbol of Islam. The faith of Islam has historically had no symbol, and many refuse to accept what is essentially an ancient pagan icon. It is certainly not in uniform use among Muslims."
From" Crescent Moon: Symbol of Islam? by Tracy Pearson (from an Islamic web site)
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

Sorry, but that dosen't cut it. It may be true, but it seems to me that such statements should be eaisly backed up with reference sources. Other wise it is just hearsay or personal opinion. I have cited Islamic sources that indicate that what you are saying is not true. The burden of proof falls on your shoulders to demonstrate that the source I used is misleading with other Islamic sources, not "he said, she said".

Moderator - Why do you think their symbol is the moon?
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

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I have no interest in defending Islam. My interest is to demonstrate that what we are told people believe and what they do in fact believe may be two different things altogether. It is not fair to anyone to put propegate false "truths" about anyone's religion. It is the same in the Christian vs Catholic discussions. You will note that I always cite Catholic sources to refute their error. The antidote for error is TRUTH.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

I have listed sources and quotes to support my view. What sources are you using to make the statement that they worship the "moon god"?

Moderator - Ask any Muslim. They picked among many gods and choose the greatest god and serve him as The god. They only serve one god, but Christians serve The God.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05


This is NOT a defense of Islam.

In Romeo and Juliet, there is a line that says A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet. In other words, a thing is what it is no matter what it is called.

God is who He is no matter what He is called. He is I am. He is the one and only, He is the eternal, all powerful, all knowing, everywhere present creator and sustainer of the universe.

Moderator - Are you saying Christians worship the greater god called the moon god which is whom Muslims worship?
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

In other words, call Him anything you want, that does not change who He is.

From my research, it seems apparent that Muslims look to Abraham as the originator of their faith and they embrace HIS God who they call Allah. Abraham is quoted as saying: I have turned my face to Him Who originated the heavens and the earth; a man of pure faith, I am not of the idolaters.'" (6:76-79)
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

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Here is what I have found they believe about Allah

Who is Allah? III&E Brochure Series; No.2:
It is a known fact that every language has one or more terms that are used in reference to God and sometimes to lesser deities. This is not the case with Allah. Allah is the personal name of the One true God. Nothing else can be called Allah. The term has no plural or gender. It is interesting to notice that Allah is the
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

the personal name of God in Aramaic, language of Jesus and a sister language of Arabic.

To a Muslim, Allah is the Almighty, Creator and Sustainer of the universe, Who is similar to nothing and nothing is comparable to Him
Quran, chapter 112: "In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate. Say (O Muhammad) He is God the One God, the Everlasting Refuge, who has not begotten, nor
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

has been begotten, and equal to Him is not anyone."

The Creator must be of a different nature from the things created because if he is of the same nature as they are, he will be temporal and will therefore need a maker.
It follows that nothing is like Him. If the maker is not temporal, then he must be eternal. But if he is eternal, he cannot be caused, and if nothing outside him causes him to
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

continue to exist, which means that he must be self-sufficient. And if the does not depend
on anything for the continuance of his own existence, then this existence can have no end. The Creator is therefore eternal and everlasting: "He is the First and the Last."

He is the Knower of the unseen and the visible; He is the All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate. He is God, there is no God but He. He is the King, the All-Holy, the All-
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

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Peace, the Guardian of Faith, the All-Preserver, the All-Mighty, the All-Compeller, the All-Sublime. Glory be to God, above that they associate! He is God the Creator, the Maker, the Shaper. To Him belong the Names Most Beautiful. All that is in the heavens and the earth magnifies Him; He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise." (59:22-24)

With the exception of the line who has not begotten, in part five above, That sounds like a description of the God I know as Jehovah.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

It seems that this issue is clouded with prejudice and emotion. I wonder if there would be the same kind of discussion over the Catholic God? They do not believe in His plan of salvation as Christians do. Does that mean they have a different God?

Just because these groups do not believe in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, does not mean the do not recognize God. As I pointed out before, Satan himself believes in God.
---Bruce5656 on 11/10/05

Arab's and Jews both have a legitimate claim to Father Abraham through Hagar/Ishmael & Sarah/Isaac/*Jacob[Israel]. Not to be forgotten is the fact Abraham was called out of Ur where there were many gods. Evidently there's always been different ways of worship.

Jesus Christ is the Christian God, unseparable from God The Father, God The Son [in the bosom of The Father before becoming flesh], & God The Holy Spirit {Echad "The United One", & other defining names [Col.2:8-10; Deut.6:4]
---bob8949_[Elishama] on 11/10/05

The Christian God is Christ. He has many names, God, Immanuel, God with us, Iesous, Yeshua, Jesus, Salvation, Son of God, Son of man, Everlasting Father, Creator of all, the Bright Morning star, the I Am, Elohim, Prince of Peace, King of kings, Lord of lords, Wonderful, Counselor, Annointed One, Redeemer, Lord of hosts, the Good Shepherd, the Lamb of God, etc. But "Allah" is not a name recorded in the Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek holy scriptures.
---Eloy on 11/9/05

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I don't mean to bring up sour grapes, but my Holy God would not tell people to take planes hostage and use them for missles to crash into buildings to kill thousands of people!
---M on 11/9/05

historically, allah is the name of the bedoin moon god. when mohammud was possed by an evil spirit, the spirit had him record what it said, using the name of allah to work its way into the judeo/christian religion.. just as a wolf in sheeps clothing. there is no relation between Jehova and allah
---ron on 11/9/05

And I've just thought ... Islam regards Jesus as a great prophet ... that would presumably mean of their god?
So it seems they regard thier god as being the sameas ours, but both Muslims and Christians think that the other has gone terribly wrong.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/9/05

Arabs and Jews both claim Abraham as their ancestor, and so I thought both claim Abraham's god as their God.
Or did the Muslims acquire a differenr god over the years?
It is clear that the Islamic perception of god is not the same as ours of God, but is not the same root there?
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/9/05

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Let me be more specific, Allah was one of over 300 demi gods, til their prophet Mohammed, narrowed them down to one demi god allah, before or after the angel "Gabriel" alledgedly visited him in a cave. The Arab world now equate allah, with "The Great I Am", acknowledging Jesus as a prophet of the same god. As the late Arrafat forced his will on the "Palestine" people with his band of followers years ago by any means available, so did Mohammed. Both make interesting reading.
---bob6749_[Elishama] on 11/9/05

"Unveiling Islam" is a very powerful book that you can offer to your friend to read. I would recommend that book too for other Christians and Muslims. Both of the book's authors, Ergun Mehmet and Emir Fethi Caner used to be Muslims and now born again Christians.
---Anneke on 11/9/05

God and Allah are totally different personalities and its not only a question of different names.Firstly God has a Son, Jesus.Muslims refuse that Jesus is a Son of God.Secondly our God is a God of love.In Christianity you never force anybody to belief in Christ.In Islam there is an open ended licence to kill where one refuses conversion.John Ashcroft said, the difference between Islam and Christianity is that in xianity Gods Son died for us, in Islam, Allah demands our sons to die for him
---pkay on 11/9/05

"But these are written that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name." (John 20:31) The purpose of God's revelatlion to man is to point toward the Savior. Any "revelation" which does not do that is not of God. Hmm; What other spiritual entity might guide people away from the true message of God?
---ed on 11/9/05

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People are confusing what they believe about God with who they believe God is.
The question is not do the muslim and Christian believe the same way about God or about salvation. Rather, do the terms Allah (armaic) and God (english) mean the same being. I see no reason to think that they do not. This is not to say they have a correct knowledge or understanding about salvation.

Moderator - Christians and Muslims believe in one God. That is where the same beliefs end. One god isn't the same thing as the same god.
---Bruce5656 on 11/9/05

Anyone saying different would have to demonstrate where the descendants of Ishmael chose to worship a "god" in the same sense that people worshiped other false gods i.e. Baal.
---Bruce5656 on 11/9/05

The Catholic, Jew, Christian, Muslim and the devil himself may all acknowledge the existince of THE Creator the ONE and ONLY true God and yet all call Him by a different name. That does not negate the fact that it He is still GOD.
What they believe about how God has revealed himself, how He has provided for our salvation etc. Does not change that. They may be sincere in their belief but, as we say, sincerly lost.
---Bruce5656 on 11/9/05

The Muslim religion is one of the religions that teaches that good works are all a person needs to get into Heaven (or whatever it is they call it). The suicide bombers all over the media are taught that if they do violence and die in the name of whatever god that religion calls upon (in this case Allah), they will wake up at Allah's side. They're taught do, do, do, do, do. Thanks to Jesus's ultimate sacrifice, Christianity is stamped and approved-"DONE!"
---Heather on 11/9/05

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and Oprah uses Gods name in vain ALL the time! - Casting Crowns sings a song called "What if His people prayed". The one line is "What if the family turned to Jesus and stopped asking Oprah what to do".. i thought that was quite funny :) and of course very true :)
---natasha on 11/9/05

Visit any Islam chat room and you will hear mostly hatred and violent language. Many Muslims have freely admitted that theirs is a religion of hate. Blowing themselves up in the name of allah is considered obedience. Does that sound like something our Christian God would approve of?
---clark on 11/9/05

Bruce, where in the Bible does it say God's name is allah, or that we can call God that? Muslims mean a very different God than Christians do. If they knew the God of the Christian faith, they would also know who Jesus is! Its like Ophra calling God a higher power. She does that because she doesn't know Him.

Moderator - Have to say I agree Taylor.
---taylor on 11/9/05

i work with a muslim guy and we chatted about our differing "religions" the other day. He mentioned that in all his life, all his trouble, all his joy, he has never felt the presence of Allah. As Christians we know the true Lord. He cannot be denied! as He is alive. Allah is from the pitts of hell.
---natasha on 11/9/05

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Allah's roots are in Medina, the roots of the[Jewish] Christian God of The Tenach/Brith Chadasha or Bible is in Himself [Eternity or before]! God is specific, god is generic, specific to where it is applied [Isa.45:18-25].
---bob6749[Elishama] on 11/9/05

Muslims are Anti Christ, That is why they kill Christians,they are totally against Jesus. Our God would not allow His people to do that! They serve Lucifer, they just dont admit it!
---pat on 11/9/05

The Aramaic word for God is "Allaha". I believe the difference is that Christians believe Issac was the son of promise, and Islam and Muslim believe Ishmael, the son of the bond woman, was the son of promise. His name is not 'GOD', that's his title or "what" he is ... His name is Jehovah.
---davidk on 11/9/05

I think that it is too simplistic to dismiss this question with a "no" answer. If you go back to the God of Abraham Issac and Jacob (and Ishmael) then Allah as the descendents of Ishmeal call Him would be the same God. However, that means nothing.

Just because someone calls God by the wrong name Allah in this case does not mean He is not the same God.
---Bruce5656 on 11/9/05

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Satan himself has this same God. He knows He is real and even that He has provided salvation through Christ. In that sense, Satan has a better case to say HE has the "same God" than the Muslim!.

We know that just believing in God the Creator (call Him what you will) is not enough for salvation for Satan, who believes, will not be saved.James 2:19, "Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble."
---Bruce5656 on 11/9/05

Same God? Maybe so but, So what? It is not the existence or reality of God that matters but how one can have a relationship with Him. That is ONLY through Jesus Christ His Son. Acts 4:12, "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved."
---Bruce5656 on 11/9/05

No, allah and God are NOT the same. Allah is a false god who isnt omnipotent nor omnipresent. He cannot perform any miracles. The one true God is the God of the Holy Scriptures, Jehovah - Yahweh. We must be very careful not to make comparisons.
---craig on 11/9/05

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