I need some advice, but I wanted to post it in this section because its to do with the official position of the Church.
There's a muslim guy at work who comes late and cleans the office. We always chat, and he's always trying to convince me at how good Islam is, and that the terrorist actions we see around the world are nothing to do with Islam.
I asked him if the God of Islam hates non-muslims? He didn't want to answer, and I told him that any muslim will not be "better than his god". If your god hates kafirs, then a human being is only going to be as good as the god he worships - hardly better.
I told him that the God of the Bible loves everyone... even those that do not accept Him. But that leads to the question about eternal hell?
What is the case with muslims - do they go to hell if they are not baptised? After all, the Bible says that unless you believe and are baptised, you are not saved.
I know the answer is usually : "Be concerned with your own salvation" - and that's true.. but if someone asks me if they are going to heaven, and are muslim, what can I say to them??