The Roots and Fruits of Islam

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The 14th century B.C. great Prophet Moses stated the one true God 'Elohiym was triune (Genesis 1:1-3,26) from all eternity.   Centuries later, the Arabic ancestors of Mohammad claimed he was unitarian 'al-Lah.

Nico van den Dussen wrote: "Years ago, there was an error in the Reformed Church of South Africa where it was principally being taught that the god of Islam could be the same as our God — on the basis that the ‘names of god’ such as ‘El/Allah’ (etc.) are supposed to have had the same linguistic derivation.   The idol of Islam, according to that error, would then have been a dim reflection of the God Whom we worship.