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» Introduction to Islam
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» The Creed of Islam
» The Five Pillars of Islam
» Do Muslims, Jews and Christians
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» The God of the Qur'an (Koran)
   and the God of the Bible

» Cults and Sects of Islam
» Major Divisions of Islam
» Jihad : Struggle/Holy War
» Islam and Terrorism
» Regarding 9/11

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Secular 100 Questions and Answers About Arab Americansoffsite ''At the Detroit Free Press, published in the city with the United States' most concentrated Arab-American population, we try to better understand and explain these issues daily. After consulting with others, we offer this guide as a step toward more accurate journalistic portrayals of Arab Americans.''
Christian 101 Cleared-Up Contradictions in the Bibleoffsite By: Jay Smith, Alex Chowdhry, Toby Jepson, and James Schaeffer. An article on the Muslim-Christian Debate Website, addressing alleged Bible contradictions.
Christian Are There 3 Gods Or 1?offsite "It is sometimes said that Christians believe in more than one God. But do they really believe in multiple God, or is it an issue of semantics?"
Christian Background of Islamoffsite A brief overview, including a look at Islam and Christianity
Christian A Christian Approach to Islamoffsite by Garry K. Brantley. An article from Apologetics PressPart two.
Christian Contextualization: Building Bridges to the Muslim Communityoffsite by Jim Leffel.
Christian Did Issa die?offsite "The Quran says that Isa never died on the cross. But what kind of evidence is there for the claim that Isa never died?"
Christian Does Allah Love Me?offsite "A look at what the Injeel says about God's love for you."
Christian An Explanation of the Trinity for Muslimsoffsite by Gerry Redman. An article on the Muslim-Christian Debate Website
Christian Isa: Prophet of Islam?offsite "A critical examination of the Quran's claims regarding the Messiah"
Christian Guidelines for Christian-Muslim Dialogueoffsite by the The Institute on Religion and Democracy. For the background on this document, see Pursuing an Evangelical-Muslim dialogue
Christian Islamoffsite A broad study of Islam, looking at its background, origins, pillars of faith, articles of faith, and differing viewpoints on the Person of Jesus Christ. By Parveen Singh
Secular Islam: A Peaceful Religion?offsite Seth Stevenson, Slate, Oct. 18, 2001
Christian Islam's Worldwide Revivaloffsite By Jospeh P. Gudel. Part one of a three published in Forward (forerunner of the Christian Research Journal), Fall 1985. Part twooffsite.  Part threeoffsite.
Secular Islamismoffsite Entry in the Encylopedia of the Orient, describing this totalitarian ideology.
Christian My View of Islamoffsite by Franklin Graham
Christian Presenting Christ in Muslim Termsoffsite The common ground between Christians and Muslims that can be used to build bridges. By Dr Moucarry, writing in "Evangelicals
Now."
Secular Islam's flawed spokesmenoffsite ''Some of the groups claiming to speak for American Muslims find it impossible to speak out against terrorist groups.'' Salon.com, Sep. 26, 2001 - about the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the American Muslim Council (AMC)
Christian Ministering to Muslimsoffsite by Charles D. Egal
Christian Mohammed's Injeeloffsite "An examination of ancient documents exposes origins of the Quran"
Christian The Quran and Scienceoffsite "Clues from the Quran about what happened to the Injeel"
Christian Questions about Islamoffsite Collection of Frequently Asked Questions, presented by Arab World Ministries.
Christian Responding to Islamoffsite Article on the Crossroads Project site
Secular Review of ''Why I Am Not a Muslim''offsite By Ibn al-Rawandi. Originally published in the New Humanist  (Why I Am Not A Muslimoffsite). The book's author, Ibn Warraq was born into a Muslim family and grew up in a country that now describes itself as an Islamic republic. His earliest memories are of his circumcision and first day at Quran school, and his family still consider themselves Muslims. He, however, now considers himself a secular humanist who believes that: 'all religions are sick men's dreams, false - demonstrably false - and pernicious'.
Secular The Roots of Muslim Rageoffsite ''Why so many Muslims deeply resent the West, and why their bitterness will not easily be mollified''. By Bernard Lewis, Atlantic Monthly, Sep. 1990
Secular There Are No Moderates: Dealing with Fundamentalist Islamoffsite By Daniel Pipes, National Interest, Fall 1995
Christian The Truth About Islamoffsite by Dr. David R. Reagan: ''Are Muslims the spiritual brothers and sisters of Christians and Jews? Do we all worship the same God? Are the Islamic holy scriptures, known as the Koran, inspired by God? Is Islam another path to God by which one can attain eternal life? Are the Islamic fundamentalists representative of true Islam, or are they a terrible aberration of an otherwise peace-loving religion? Is our war really a political one against international terrorists, or is it a spiritual battle against a demonic, intolerant, militant, and imperialistic religion known as Islam?''
Christian Understanding Islamic Terrorism: Muhammad, Islam and Terrorismoffsite A look at the historic roots of Islamic terrorism. See also: Survey: Islamic Extremism: Common Concern for Muslim and Western Publicsoffsite "Support for Terror Wanes Among Muslim Publics" July 14, 2005 survey results report by the Pew Research Centre.
Christian What do Christians Believe?offsite "Why do Christians believe that Isa is the Son of God, who died on the cross for the sins of man?"
Secular What is Islam?offsite ''Its name implies peace, but it preaches Holy War - so what kind of religion is it?'', The Independent (England), Sep. 20, 2001
Secular What is the Koran?offsite Indepth article in the Jan. 1999 issue of Atlantic Monthly
Christian Witnessing to Muslimsoffsite By Don McCurry, president of Ministries to Muslimsoffsite.
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