Islam questions from Dr Geisler book on Answering Islam and Reaching Muslims for Christ by William J. Saal (1) Has the Bible been annulled? (2) Has the Bible been corrupted? (3) Does the Bible contradict itself (4) What do you believe about the gospel of Barnabus? (5) Do you have any doubtful texts of the Bible? (6) What does it mean to a Muslim that God is merciful and passionate? What does it mean to you? (7) Is it possible for a Muslim to be saved without acknowledging the deity of Jesus? (8) Did Jesus really die on the cross? (9) What does the cross mean to a Muslim? (10) What does the sacrifice in Genesis 22 mean to a Muslim in your tradition? (11) What does it mean to you to have faith in and trust in the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross? (12) Does the Bible contain prophecies of Mohammed? (13) Does Mohammed meet the Biblical criteria for a prophet? (1) Islams view of God involves a form of agnosticism because we cant know Gods essence and therefore unable to know God. (2) There are problems with Islamic Determinism because God performs contradictory actions as leading astray and being the one who guides. (3) The moral problem with Islamic Determinism is that man isnt responsible for his actions because God is responsible and I find it troubling that Islam doesnt recognize the concept of Original sin. It has been stated that you would have to change the passage to state something else: [9:51] Say, "Nothing happens to us, except what GOD has decreed for us. He is our Lord and Master. In GOD the believers shall trust." (4) 6:35 And if it distress thee that those who deny the truth  turn their backs on thee - why, then, if thou art able to go down deep into the earth or to ascend a ladder unto heaven  in order to bring them a [yet more convincing] message, [do so;] but [remember that] had God so willed, He would indeed have gathered them all unto [His] guidance. Do not, therefore, allow thyself to ignore [God's ways].  If thou art able implies that Muhammad wasnt able to do miracles. (5) The problem with there being no canon for the hadith seems to be troubling to anyone wanting to consider Islam.