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Which God?
Which God? by Mark Durie

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Author: Mark Durie
Subtitle: Jesus, Holy Spirit, God in Christianity & Islam
Format: Paperback
Length: 177 Pages
Published: 2013

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Many people are asking whether Christians and Muslims worship the same God. In Which God? Mark Durie outlines the very good reasons why we should challenge the claim that the God of the Bible is the same deity worshipped by Muslims.

Table of Contents:
Foreword and Recommendation
Part 1: Jesus or Isa?
Chapter 1: Isa, the Muslim Jesus
Chapter 2: Is Quranic History Valid?
Chapter 3: The True Jesus of Nazareth
Chapter 4: Plundering History

Part 2: The Holy Spirit or Ruh al-Qudus?
Chapter 5: Ruh Al-Qudus in the Quran
Chapter 6: The Holy Spirit in the Bible

Part 3: Which God?
Chapter 7: What Is at Stake?
Chapter 8: The Divine Name
Chapter 9: A Question of Mistaken Identity
Chapter 10: The Author of Evil
Chapter 11: The Indwelling God
Chapter 12: YHWH is Holy
Chapter 13: In His Image
Chapter 14: Who Does God Love?
Chapter 15: Is God Faithful?

Part 4: Eternal Conflict?
Chapter 16: One God means Peaceful Coexistence?

Part 5: Conclusions
Chapter 17: Not the Same God
Chapter 18: The Abrahamic Fallacy
Appendix A: Tables of Comparison – Jesus, the Holy Spirit and YHWH
Appendix B: Conversation Starters for Dialogue with Muslims


Which God? By Dr. Mark Durie provides us with a succinct statement outlining the very significant differences between Allah and God. Dr. Durie engages directly and graciously with the issues. He has supported his comments with quotations from the Bible, the Quran and the Hadiths, as well as from writers in the first few centuries AD. This book is easy to read and the points made are easy to digest.
Canon Dr. David Claydon, Former International Director of The Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization

About the Author:
Dr. Mark Durie is a theologian, human rights activist and pastor of an Anglican church. He has published many articles and books on the language and culture of the Acehnese, Christian-Muslim relations and religious freedom. A graduate of the Australian National University and the Australian College of Theology, he has held visiting appointments at the University of Leiden, MIT, UCLA and Stanford, and was elected a fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities in 1992.