They interpret them differently than we do , but certainly they use a lot of the same scriptures , and have a connection with Moses , and quote a lot things from Old Testament books , says Buddy Pigg , who is the senior pastor at Mount Harmony Baptist Church in Union County
For Christians and Muslims their faith is one that teaches there is a God and believers live to honor God.The biggest difference in the two faiths is the position of Jesus.
For the Christian he
is the Son of God and God himself.For a Muslim , Jesus was one of the greatest prophets , but not God.
rose again and because of that he's
our savior , Pastor Pigg
Both men agree , because the two faiths share so much history and a strong belief in treating others with respect , their differences should not be a source of animosity.