The question often arises regarding the distinctions between Muslim Christians.
The question often arises regarding the distinctions between Muslim Christians. The distinction between Muslim Christians include:
distinctions in the concept of Trinity;
distinctions in the philosophy regarding the crucifixion of Jesus (Muslims believe that Jesus was not crucified but it was made to appear to his people that Jesus has been crucified while Christians believe Jesus was crucified to take away the sins of the world and then rose from the dead;
distinctions in the philosophy regarding Jesus is the son of God (Christians believe Jesus is the son of God but Muslims believe Jesus is just the Prophet sent by God, just like their prophet Muhammad);
distinctions in the philosophy regarding man’s nature (Muslims believe in the inherent goodness of man while Christians believe every new born has original sin and salvation is not by their own efforts, but is by the grace of God given through Jesus Christ);
distinctions in house of worship hierarchy (there is no priesthood in Islam and any association with God is direct and personal while Christianity discusses relationship with God through Jesus)