Is there compulsion to believe in Islam?
Or does anyone have the freedom to reject Islam, Mohamed, and Allah?
The answer is in the definition of Islam and the doctrine of government in their book, the Quran – Allah governs and Islam means ,”Submit”.
This is ,”Theocracy”, or a ,”Theocratic form of government”.
Christianity has no doctrine of government calling for the forcing of rules upon the will of the people.
Christians are called to win the hearts and minds of men and women by the Good News of Jesus Christ ,
Both they who govern and they who are governed are called to accept Christ,
and they are also free to reject Him.
Not so in Islam.
Ravi notes that many major Western universities have centers for the study of Islam,
but no Islamic country has a university that has a center for the study of Christianity.
Even the most moderate and advanced Islamic countries, such as Turkey,
have no such center for the understanding of Christianity at universities.
Illustrations include Ravi’s interactions with leading figures in the Islamic world.
Ravi asked one such leader,”If your daughter became a Christian, what would you do?”
The answer Ravi was given by this Islamic leader?
“I would hand her over to the authorities and have her killed.”