The Kingdom of the Cults - Islam—The Message of Muhhamad Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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Islam is the Arabic term for submission. Muslim is the name given to the follower of Islam. To followers of Islam, the sovereignty of Allah is of utmost importance. Allah is the Arabic term for God. He is their one true God. Muslims do not focus on a personal relationship with Allah while Christians have personal relationships with their God. For Muslims, Allah has no likeness and he is unknowable.

Muhammad is the chief prophet of Allah. Muhammad was an Arab born in the city of Mecca in A.D. 570 and he died A.D. 632. He claimed his purpose was to restore true religion and praise to Allah. Muhammad had twelve wives and two concubines in his lifetime. He was supposedly attacked by two angels who cut his belly open and cleansed his heart. In...

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