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Lizzie Schofield and other Christians who make comments like this are making the church look hypocritical.
All this “Christian” missionary “oh the God of Islam is not loving because He sends people to Hell” stuff needs to stop. It’s just making you and your respective churches look hypocritical, ignorant and/or extremely liberal (liberal = not Biblical).
As RC Sproul mentions, Christians believe Jesus does not love sinners and they believe non Christians will go to Hell. In addition, do Trinitarian Christians REALLY think those people you believe Jesus ordered to be killed in 1 Samuel 15:3 were “loved” by Jesus?
Look at it from the average Muslim point of view, “Christian” missionaries turn up and tell the Muslims who they think are poorly educated and gullible that Jesus loves them and he’s all about love and peace etc.. Yet to the Muslim who knows something about the Bible and Christian beliefs they will readily admit they believe Jesus will return with a sword to deal with Muslims as enemies and that Muslims will go to hell if they don’t accept Jesus as “lord and saviour”, the Bible and the Trinity doctrine. This just seems totally contradictory.
The way Christian missionaries argue can be turned on them. As for Prophet Muhammad, he never allowed the killing of children. So, for the secularist and for people like Lizzy, Jay Smith and a number of the other more polemical SC Westernised “Christians” Prophet Muhammad is more moral than Trinitarian Jesus. Another quick example would be the treatment of slaves – Jesus allowed the beating of slaves (including female slaves) in Exodus 21:20-21 as long as they got up after a day or two (so that’s clearly a severe beating) while Prophet Muhammad forbade even slapping slaves.
I urge Christians to move away from superficial and inconsistent polemics. Be honest fair, and balanced when looking at and talking about Islam. I’m confident if you do this, you’ll be attracted towards Islam.