Christian monotheism affirms the presence of three eternal, divine persons who are united in such a way as to be a single God and whose love for one another is the basis for all human life. These persons are not separate — that would imply they were different gods — but they are distinct as persons, and this distinction is what makes it possible for God to share love within himself from all eternity.
- Donald Fairbairn
From the Complete Bible Answer Book
Is the Allah of Islam the God of the Bible? Long before Muhammad was born, Arabic Christians already were referring to God as Allah—and millions continue to do so today. The Allah of Islam, however, is definitely not the God of the Bible. For while Muslims passionately defend the unity of God, they patently deny […]Read More >