Different deities

ANJUM Qaisrani’s letter (Great treasure, Comment News, March 25) makes interesting reading, but contains inaccuracies in that he equates the God of the Holy Bible (i.e. the God of Judaism and Christianity) as being one and the same deity worshipped by the followers of Islam. This is untrue.

The God of the Bible is a triune God consisting of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Some people struggle to grasp this concept since God, although triune, is also one God.

The Koran specifically states that Allah, the deity worshipped by Islam, has no son. God, as referred to in the Holy Bible, is a different deity to Allah the God of Islam, referred to in the Koran, and to infer that they are one and the same entity is erroneous and inaccurate.