“Islam and Christianity” is an interesting and thought-provoking lecture by Gary Miller. The lecture is not an assault on Christianity. Instead, Miller clarifies vagueness, supplies neglected information, and finishes incomplete thoughts found in the usual presentation of the Christianity to Muslims.
The audio tape of this lecture was given to me in 1990, though the lecture dates from the late 1980s. The lecture was delivered at the Islamic Cultural Centre, London. I have digitally cleaned up the audio track. Click Play or download the track as an MP3 file using the link above.
Bio from the 1980s: Gary Raymond Miller is a Canadian Muslim, a resident of Toronto and a mathematician. He was formerly active in the Church work and a radio and television broadcaster. It was Biblical research connected with his Church activities that lead him to discover the vast difference between the official dogma and the contents of the Bible. In 1978 he happened to read the Qur’an expecting that it too would contain a mixture of true and false. However, within a few days he realized that the message of the Qur’an was precisely the same as the essence of the truth that he had distilled from the Bible.