On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (12/12/18), Hank compares the Triune God of Christianity with the Unitarian god of Islam. We hear the words “Allahu Akbar” over and over again. They have been imprinted on our consciousness by the cries of terrorists, including the chief hijacker on 911. The phrase means “Allah is greater,” but in truth, Allah cannot be the greatest for three reasons. First, the greatest of all gods would not misapprehend the Trinity. Second, he would not offer Islamic jihadists a paradise of joy for their immoral jihad. Third, the Unitarian god of Islam by definition lacks the moral perfection of love. In Christianity, God is a triad of persons in an eternal self-giving love relationship. Only a triune God can be personal and experienced by personal human beings. And although finite beings cannot fully comprehend the mystery of the Trinity, we bow our knee before God’s self-revelation to us in Scripture.
Hank also answers the following question:
- What was Jesus’ body like after the resurrection?