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This is a lesson that I gave based on a paper that I wrote for my World Religions class particularly focusing on the doctrine of Tawhid, the oneness of God, and shirk, the violation of Tawhid by associating partners with Allah, in Islam.

I quoted a few additional portions from James White’s book, What Every Christian Needs to Know about the Quran, for a useful comparison of the view of the final judgment in the Quran (Chapter 7 in James White’s book) with the Bible to contrast the Quran’s view of God with the Bible’s view of God as Just, Holy, and Merciful: