This website is dedicated to informing the public about the religion of Islam from a Christian perspective.
It primarily contains the writings and videos of renowned Biblical and Islamic scholar, Dr. Labib Mikhail. Dr. Labib is a former professor of homiletics from the Faith Mission Bible College in Cairo, Egypt. He is a television speaker, journalist and has authored more than 60 books. For 42 years, Dr. Labib was the editor of the Good News Magazine and has pastored the Evangelical Bible Church in Fairfax, Virginia. He has a humble heart and a wealth of knowledge about the differences between Christianity and Islam.
We recorded this series (The Radical Differences Between Christianity and Islam) especially for the web because we care for all people, Muslim and Christian alike, and desire that all would know the truth.
There are many Christians who are ignorant about Islam and what it teaches. It is our goal to tell them the truth about Islam. As you will see, everything said in this series is fully documented. What is said about the standards of Islam is from the Quran , nothing has been invented. When we speak about the Allah of Islam, it is from the Quran. All subject matter we deal with is documented carefully, honestly, and strictly.
We pray that the Lord will use this series to enlighten many people, and that they will come to the Lord Jesus Christ who is the only savior. Jesus said,
"I am the way, the truth, and the life. No man comes to the Father, but by me."
Jesus is the only way to approach God the Father, and to have eternal life. We invite you to open your heart and your mind and to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, that you might be saved, granted forgiveness and given eternal life. May God bless you.
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While we at "The Spirit of Islam" recognize that many modern Moslems do not hold to a strict fundamentalist interpretation of the Quran, we feel that it is important to examine this religion from the roots up. It is easy to see in light of the actual Quranic scriptures why radical Islamic terrorist groups continue to pop up throughout our world today. We do not, however, support any form of discrimination or violence against Arabs as an ethnicity. We love the Arab people. To many in our organization, they are family and friends.