Guidelines on Muslim evangelism strategies
- The Quran is not the inspired word of God. The Bible is the inspired word of God, and is the only authority for our beliefs, values and practices.
- Muhammad is not a genuine prophet of God.
- Islam is not the true way that may lead its believers and followers to heaven or to a relationship with the true God, or to salvation, or to forgiveness of sins.
Christians should not give the impression that the core beliefs of Christians and Muslims are the same, and must make clear the differences between these core beliefs in the following aspects:
• The attributes of God 
• The identity of Jesus 
• The status of the Quran 
• The identity of Muhammad 
• Christian evangelists should not convert to Islam in order to win Muslims to Jesus Christ.
• Christian evangelists should not participate, nor should they teach converts to continue participating, in the Muslim worship at the mosque.
• Christian evangelists should not recite, nor should they teach converts to continue reciting, the Muslim creed (Shahada): “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger”.
• If Christians participate in biblically permissible Muslim practices (e.g. fasting during Ramadan and avoiding pork and alcohol) they should communicate that it is not about earning salvific merit with God.
• Christian evangelists should not identify themselves as Muslims.
• Christian evangelists should not teach converts to continue identifying themselves as Muslims in terms of faith commitment.
• The identity of Christians should include identification with other followers of Jesus Christ around the world.
• Christians should reject any Bible translations in any language that remove or replace the words “Father” and “Son” in relation to God the Father and Jesus Christ.
• We reject any deception by saying things that we do not believe whatever the purpose.
 There are major differences between the attributes of the God whom Christians worship and those of the God (Allah) whom Muslims worship.
 Jesus of the Bible is not the same as Isa of the Quran.
 The Quran was not divinely inspired and does not have equal nor higher authority than the Bible.
 Muhammad was not a genuine prophet of God following Biblical traditions.
 This is not to say that Muslim background Christians early in their conversion might not continue to participate in these temporarily. It is to say that Christian evangelists should not teach such participation.