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The Necessity of Grace

R.C. Sproul and former Muslim Abdul Saleeb continue their discussion on the points of conflict that exist between classical orthodox Christianity and Islam. Today we look at the Islamic view of salvation and how radically it differs from the Christian view. We learned previously that Islam and Christianity disagree on the doctrine of sin. Most muslims do not see sin as radically as Christians view sin. In a nutshell, Islam claims that salvation is earned by good works.

From the teaching series The Cross and the Crescent by R.C. Sproul and former Muslim Abdul Saleeb 

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