Muslims Are Infidels Who Believe In A Different God

It isn't difficult.

For a Christian, Christ is God and the Holy Spirit is God.

If anyone says that the God of the Muslims is the same god than God, he denies both the divinity of Christ and the divinity of the Holy Ghost. One can only hope that this unfortunate person simply does not know what he is talking about, because otherwise his punishment will be, if he dies unrepentant, both fearful and eternal.

As a Christian, I cannot agree with a Muslim that he believes in the same god as we do. I can concede to him that, in his misguided ignorance and wrong belief, he thinks that he believes in the same God. I will, with prudence and charity, make him aware of his fateful mistake, which is exactly why Christians properly call Muslims infidels. But I will never, ever, as a Christian, state that his is a right statement.

We only need to read the Athanasian Creed to fully understand the enormity of the blasphemy of equiparating in any way the false god of the Muslim to God.

And the CatholicFaith is this, that we worship one God in Trinity and Trinity in Unity. Neither confounding the Persons, nor dividing the Substance.

We cannot in any way downplay the Trinity without denying it. We cannot pretend to momentarily forget both the Son and the Holy Ghost because the Father bears, it would appear, some resemblance to the false god of the Muslims.

And in this Trinity none is afore or after Other, None is greater or less than Another, but the whole Three Persons are Co-eternal together, and Co-equal. So that in all things, as is aforesaid, the Unity in Trinity, and the Trinity in Unity, is to be worshipped. He therefore that will be saved, must thus think of the Trinity.

The Three Persons are Co-Equal. The Son and the Holy Ghost are just as great as the Father. They aren't appendices of a father who would, then, be the most important part, and the same for both religions. If there is no place for Son and Holy Ghost, clearly there can never be the same Father. We can't just ignore two of the Persons, distort the third up to the point of making it unrecognisable, and make an equivalence with an imposture. It would be like saying that Muslims have the same traffic lights we have even if they have no use of both the amber and the green, which they consider both evil. In fact, in that case not only the traffic lights would be different, but even the red would have a different nature and function.

I could go on with this until tomorrow morning, as Christ as Lord (that is: as God) is so much an integral part of Christianity that every attempt to deny it and maintain the deity of Islam as the same god must seem absurd at every step. I believe that God became man and died to redeem us. They think it an unpardonable sin to believe exactly the same thing. How on earth can anyone think that we believe in the same God? How can a god be the same as God, whose believers maintain that he “has no son?”

Then let us look at our beliefs and theirs. The Mohammedans believe in a grotesquely sensual heaven, in which the elect, erm, go at it the whole time with dozens of women, eat like pigs and and drink like fish (yes, they drink too!), and are surrounded by servants and untold luxury all the time. How on earth can this be the same god as the Christian one? This is a deity for goat-rapists, drunkards, gluttons and slave drivers, bearing no resemblance to God.

Again, one can go on ad infinitum. However, I will conclude with a couple of quotes from Our Lord Himself:

Whoever does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent Him.

He that heareth you heareth me; and he that despiseth you despiseth me; and he that despiseth me despiseth him that sent me.

Heavens, what more does one need… To say of God that he is merely a “prophet” isn't being nice, it's being blasphemous, it is being insulting to God. It is a blaspheming, and therefore despising, of the Son that can only be, ipso facto, despising of the Father. You can't just say:” the Son and Holy Ghost I refuse; but I'll get the Father, thank you so much….”

Therefore, Muslims despise not only the Son and the Holy Ghost. They despise the Father, too!




Posted on September 7, 2016, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Yes. Thank you for your brutal honesty, insight, and clarity, M.

  2. It seems that you take too seriously the words of the Gospel and are truly engaged in a severe macro-aggression plotted against Scientologist and Rastafarian; pitting the homosexual dandy against the lesbian farrier. Catholic vs. Muzzie.

    Will you end your days truly believing that Boysenberry, Huckleberry and Gooseberry are really unique fruits from each other? Crowberry, Appleberry, Snowberry, Salmonberry: don’t they all make wonderfully delicious Bergoglian Tarts? (Edible tarts, mind you please; not the Msgr. Ricca type-tart.)

  3. I am not so sure about the issue of the Trinity. After all, how many of the Jews knew of the Trinity before the coming of Christ? And yet, I cannot deny that they worshiped the same God as I do as a Catholic.

    Here is an interesting article on this very subject.

    Based on this, it is difficult to entirely dismiss the idea that Muslims and Christians both worship the same God in so far as we both believe there is only One God and that He is the source of everything. What we certainly can say is that they have a very distorted view of God to such an extent that we can hardly say that they know Him at all. In that sense, I would agree with more or less everything you say about Islam as a religion.

    • Big mistake.

      The Old Covenant is one thing, the New Covenant another.
      Christ’s death on the Cross sanction the end of the Old Covenant, and it does so with the very destruction of the Temple Veil.

      What the Jews in the time of Christ believed has no bearing to what a Christian must believe.

      All the rest is fluff.

      More of this and you will find you will be allowed to post on Muslim sites, but not here.

  4. But Mundabor, The Holy Trinity was still the truth about God even before Christ`s death on the Cross.

    And I am not disputing the issue about what a Christian must believe, I am questioning what level of departure from the Catholic truth crosses from being wrong about God to actually not worshiping God at all.

    • The first statement means nothing. We believe in the Trinity and the Muslims are informed about the Trinity, period.

      The second statement is not consequential. If I believe in the Trinity and you believe in the Great Child Rapist in The Sky, we believe in two different gods even if you believe that they are the same.


  5. Only RCC, the rest are deception. Who’ll lead us to underground? Why’s so quiet? We’re going to have one NWO church with G. Soros and his gang of Illuminati controlling PF and his minion who worship the same god, Lucifer as Muslim, Hindu, Buddhists, New agers, Wiccans and many more do. “I believe in God, not in Catholic God, there is no Catholic God.” That’s what PF said. Pray hard for God intervention.

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