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Linguistics vs. Faith.

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
in response to reader comment: I don't understand why Christians ever use the word Allah, anywhere, for Yahweh/God the Father

Submitted by Chax (United States), Feb 18, 2016 at 00:03

This is a linguistic problem, not a faith problem. Arabic speaking orthodox Jews will use Allah. And you are wrong that the term is only used by Muslims (which is the correct spelling.) Also, Christians in Arabic speaking countries typically have Bibles that use Allah as the translation for God.

However Scripture is clear that faith in Jesus is the only way to the Father. God is still God no matter what we call Him. And God will judge all people equally of all nations and tongues.

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