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  1. SpoiledMilks
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Helps you to havve a good handle on the discussion
    November 14, 2021
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    (Full review at SpoiledMilks, 7.13.20)

    Christians, Jews, and Muslims all claim to worship God: the one God who revealed himself to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, as well as to other OT figures. But do Christians, Muslims, and Jews all *worship* the *same* God. Each author presents their view within 20 pages, the other authors give a short 5-ish page response, and the original presenter offers a final response.

    Each chapter grew increasingly compelling. was more and more compelling. I agreed with almost nothing of the first position, slightly more of the second position, a good bit more of the third position, and with most of the fourth position. While we pray to and sing praises to God, whose worship does he actually receive. According to the Bible, God accepts the worship only of those who honor him by putting their faith and trust in his Son, Jesus Christ.

    The final two ministry reflections look at focusing on (1) the common ground and (2) the respectfully held differences in Christian-Muslim relationships. Both were very helpful, but I agree more with Shenk's views.

    I began reading this book thinking that the idea that Christian, Muslims, and Jews worship different gods wouldnt be too difficult to argue for. I was actually surprised at the arguments throughout the book. They helped push me to think more deeply about the issue and to really question what I believed. In the end, I still believe the same thing, but I have a better understanding for the other side of the argument. This is a good book for apologists, pastors, teachers, and for anyone working among Jews and Muslims (and Christians as well, its a good point of reference).
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