Do Christians share their God with Muslims?

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Some Christians insist that their God is Allah, the god of Islam. Their leaders appear to be ambivalent. Is there a need for an unequivocal comment from Catholic and Anglican church leaders?

Christians would never argue that their God is not the God of Jews. They are happy with Christianity being allied to Judaism under the umbrella term “Judeo-Christian” religions. The term is exclusive and sidelines Islam.

Jesus was a Jew so his God was the God of Abraham and Moses. 

In the same way that Jews and Christians ascribe their origins to Isaac, second son of Abraham, Muslims ascribe their roots to the first son, Ishmael. 

If Abraham was a monotheist surely God and Allah can only be one.

How, then, can today’s Muslims now have a different god? Did Isaac and Ishmael have different gods? Where is the evidence? 

Muslims must surely only be offended by any assertion…

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