Walter Williams (Author of The Historical Origin of.
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Dr. Walter Williams TOPICS OF DISCUSSION: Who is this Man called GodHow they unleashed the monster of jesus christHow the first bible was createdWhen it was printed During the past 20 years, Dr. Walter Williams has been researching and finding out all that he could to resurrect the Ancient Egyptian consciousness among our people. He says, “We.
Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English. Brand new Book. In his book The Historical Origin Of Islam Walter Williams explains how the religion known as Islam developed historically. The information presented in this book differs from the traditional Islamic theology and literature and must be read with an open mind.
As we seek to understand some of the major differences between Christianity and Islam, it is impossible to ignore 1,400 years of a conflicted history. It is a story more often written in blood than with ink. As we seek to understand some of the major differences between Christianity and Islam, it is impossible to ignore 1,400 years of a conflicted history. It is a story more often written in.
Quotes like these—and the damage they do to Christians' relationships with Muslims—make Hugh Goddard's A History of Christian-Muslim Relations timely and essential reading. Western Christians.
Islam is part of the same Abrahamic tradition as Christianity. Key figures within the Bible—Abraham (Ibrahim), Moses (Musa), Mary (Maryam), and Jesus (Isa) among others—are all respected prophets and figures within Islam. There is a chapter in the Quran about Mary and, within the Quran, Jesus is the only person that can perform miracles. Within Islam, Christians, along with Jewish people.
ISLAM A Brief Overview of the History of Islam The origin of Islam is placed around 610 CE when Muhammad, a highly spiritual and religious man who spent months in praying and self contemplation in a secluded cave near the town of Mecca, is thought to have received divine messages. The story is that one morning Muhammad heard the voice of the angel Gabriel and, through him, Allah spoke words of.