Brian Houston: “the Muslim and you, we actually serve the same God”

Maybe you, Brian…but not me.

Hillsong Church Watch

Hillsong is famous all around the Christian world for their worship music. But what god does Hillsong worship? What god do they serve? Does your church sing Hillsong music? Do you find the songs generally vague and lacking scriptural substance in contrast to hymns?

Well brace yourself. Brian Houston believes that Christians and Muslims serve the same God. Watch him say it yourself:

“How do you view God? In a desert there’s two types of birds: there’s vultures and there’s hummingbirds. One lives off dead carcasses, rotting meat. The other lives off the beautiful, sweet nectar in a particular flower on a particular desert plant. In the same desert, they both find what they’re looking for.

Do you know – take it all the way back into the Old Testament and the Muslim and you, we actually serve the same God. Allah to a Muslim, to us Abba Father God…

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One Response to Brian Houston: “the Muslim and you, we actually serve the same God”

  1. Rose says:

    God promised Abraham a son. Ishmael was “born according to the flesh” while Isaac was “born according to the promise”. Isaac replaced Ishmael as the favored son and heir. This, of course, made Ishmael jealous and bitter.
    Isaac was the result of God’s ‘promise’ to Abraham. Ishmael was the result of Abraham and Sarah getting in the ‘flesh’ and working things out on their own. As a result, there has always been bitter jealous rivalry between the Jews and Arabs. And they do NOT worship the same God.

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