Islam, as is true of all other religions, does not offer the guarantee of Salvation that following Jesus does, since it offers no “Saviour“.
Click here for how Islam differs in its view of God (Allah is not God) and particularly how it does not present God as a Heavenly Father.
Click here for why Islam cannot save you from your sin and present you completely forgiven before God the Father.
The Quran’s teachings regarding salvation give no assurance of salvation. On the one hand, the Quran teaches that salvation is based on purification by good deeds (Quran 7:6–9). A Muslim can become righteous through prayer, almsgiving, fasting, and living according to the Quran.
Yet the Quran also teaches that Allah has predetermined every person’s destiny, and one’s righteous acts may or may not affect Allah’s decision (Quran 57:22).
It teaches that everyone, both the righteous and the unrighteous, will be led into hell by Allah, before the righteous will enter heaven (Quran 19:67–72). Therefore no Muslim can know his or her eternal destiny in this life.
Even Muhammad himself was unsure of his salvation (Quran 31:34; 46:9).
A discussion on the origin of the Koran / Qu’ran search for “Did the Quran come from God? Historian Tom Holland interview” on YouTube.
For a series of critiques of Mohammad and Islam, its origins, history and reliability; and how the Qu’ran relates to the Bible