If a child is balanced on a cliff and about to fall off, it is not loving to allow them to play there because you don’t want to be a disagreeable parent. You don’t have to yell and smack the child to get her to turn away, in love you can gently take her by the hand and lead her to safety.
In the same way, as we consider the Muslim religion and pray for our friends during month of Ramadan and always, we must in love and kindness clarify that the Christian faith and the Muslim faith are very different.
The primary difference is on both religion’s view of Jesus. To understand this, our lesson this last week in the Live Life by the Book class clarified the Muslim and the Christian beliefs of both Abraham and Jesus. Below are the handouts from the class both in note form and the full-size slides.