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Do We Worship the Same God?: Comparing the Bible and the Qur'an

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"The question I am asking in this book—Do we worship the same God?—is already being addressed.…No simple, single answer has emerged. Yet the interplay of responses has been thoughtful and generous, indicating that, at least for right now, the discussion itself is more important than the answer."
—from the Introduction

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Paperback, 166 pages
Published June 20th 2006 by St. Anthony Messenger Press (first published 2006)
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Hakan Gülerce
It is a nice book, and as a Muslim I did not see any mistake or problem. I enjoyed it very much. Especially the question of, do Muslims and Muslims believe in same God? And do the Christians and Christians believe in same God? and then we come to do Muslims and Christians believe in / worship the same God?
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