Bluescat, the god of Genesis is assumed to be the god of the Bible, as distinguished from other gods, regardless of the proper name. If the reader is interested enough to learn the name of the Biblical god, all one need do is ask someone or do a little research.
Buzsaw, the god of Genesis is assumed to be the god of the Quran, as distinguished from other gods, regardless of the proper name. If the reader is interested enough to learn the 99 names of the Quranic god, all one need do is ask someone or do a little research.
I'm not alone among evangelicals insisting that the two gods are not one and the same. As per a link cited in the link in your OP, Ergan Caner, president of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary agrees with my position. I'm sure there are others
Are you really sure you want to use this guy and anything he has to say?
quote:Ergun Caner's rise to the top of conservative evangelical celebrity -- and to the presidency of the Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary founded by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell -- was fueled by how aggressively he capitalized on the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, to portray himself as a personal example of the power of Jesus to save even someone raised as a jihadist, which he claimed to be.
There's only one problem with that part of Caner's story: it appears not to be true.
I have been following Caner for a while now. There have been questions for more than a couple years about the truth behind his amazing stories. They all have turned out to be lies. What is Liberty University doing about it? Attacking those that are bringing the truth forward.
Facts don't lie or have an agenda. Facts are just facts