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Constantine the Great to Pre-Reformation

THE WALDENSES: Unorthodox or Searchers of Truth?

Forerunners The Catholic Church would love everyone to forget the seeds of discontent that were present in her midst many years before Peter Waldo. For example, there was Bishop Agobard of Lyons, France (779-840 C.E.), who had come out strongly against... Continue Reading →

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ISLAM and Shariah Law

People living in the Western world generally accept the concept of a true separation of the institutions of church and state. Hundreds of years of Western tradition have demonstrated the wisdom of keeping these institutions separated and the danger that... Continue Reading →

ISLAM: The Clash of Civilizations

Before we look at the rise of Muslim terrorism in our world, we need to understand the worldview conflict between Islam and western values. The Muslim religion is a seventh-century religion. Think about that statement for a moment. Most people... Continue Reading →

THE THEOLOGY OF ISLAM

Islam involves both doctrine (beliefs) and duties (practice). Muslims are to believe and act according to the revelation given to Muhammad and written down in the Qur’an. They are to do this as an act of submission to the will... Continue Reading →

CHRISTIAN APOLOGETIC EVANGELISM: The Beliefs of Islam

Since there are more than a billion and a half Muslims in the world, it is not surprising that the beliefs of Muslims are quite diverse. Most Muslims accept the following six basic religious articles of faith. The first basic... Continue Reading →

UNDERSTANDING ISLAM AND TERRORISM: The History of Islam

Any social or political movement usually takes on the attributes and characteristics of its founder. That is also true of a religion. In order to understand the Muslim religion, we need to begin with Muhammad. Islam is a monotheistic religion... Continue Reading →

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