Engaging with Islam Course 12: The Death of Jesus
The Qur’an’s description of Jesus is not historical: It has no details of when and where he lived; it identifies his mother as Miriam the sister of Moses and Aaron; and says that Jesus taught violent jihad. In addition to these errors Muhammad also taught that Jesus did not die on the cross. The death of Jesus is a historical fact, and historians, whether secular or religious, accept it as such. If a Muslim denies the death of Jesus they are denying basic history and you need to point this out. There is no evidence for the Islamic position; all the historical evidence confirms that Jesus died on a cross. In this final session of Engaging with Isalm we explore the basis for our salvation, the cross, and the denial of this in Islam.
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"The 'Engaging with Islam' Course provides training, encouragement and advice to prepare Christians to share and defend the gospel with Muslims. This 12 session course is designed to give Christians a practical introduction to the history and teaching of Islam and a foundation for evangelism and answering common questions. The course can be done individually, in a small group or as a class situtation. Each session comprises a discussion of homework completed, watching a video and then further group questions on that video content. Please download the free printable handouts for each session (homework tasks and discussion questions on the homework and video)."
Keywords:Islam, Muslim, Evangelism, Qur'an, Hadith, Pillars, Muhammed, Trinity,