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This book consists of two separate works. In the first part, the author presents his experiences, and the debates he had with the Christians. The debates concerned their impression of Islam and its doctrine and therefore the questions / objections they had, and the issues they raised, or on the other hand some of the discussions circled around their own religious beliefs. In this presentation the author shows how he invited non-Muslims to Islam through calm but rational and intellectual debates with them. The book makes an interesting read, especially when the reader can see the simple arguments put forward in these debates. In the second part, the author surveys and presents some of the immoral and absurd features and traits that are attributed to God and His prophets in the Bible. The author refutes those false attributes given to messengers of God, concluding that these point to the distortion that have resulted - perhaps intentionally - in the Bible.