In the United States, there are 350,000 churches, making up hundreds of denominations. Eighty percent of these are stagnant, with nineteen percent growing only through childbirth, and less than one percent being by conversion.
The Bible gives us answers to questions about this life and the one to come, which can be found nowhere else, and offers illumination to its readers. Those who take in this life-saving knowledge are freed from the misunderstandings of life that dominate billions of others.
One of the bigger contradictions that we find in the Quran is that of the freedom of worship. Many times the Quran says that there is religious liberty.
In keeping with its own testimony, the Quran says that it was given to Muhammad from Allah out of heaven by way of an angelic messenger, Gabriel. The Quran itself says that it is just a continuation of the revelation that was first given to the Sons of Israel in the Pentateuch and then to... Continue Reading →
The Qur'an is the central religious text, or scripture, of Islam. Muslims hold it to be the final revelation from God to all humanity, specifically the original Arabic version. The prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was ummi (in Muslim tradition, illiterate), and thus had never read any scriptures. Nevertheless, during the seventh century CE, from the age... Continue Reading →
Have you ever had the opportunity of sharing God's Word with a Muslim? If you have or if you have seen them on a news program being interviewed, you likely noticed that they a fervent, intense, passionate, zealous belief in God.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5fejyK4sNM “Georgetown professor Engy Abdelkader argues Islamophobia causes Muslims to radicalize into terrorists. Tucker Carlson takes on the professor's theory in a spirited debate.” Islamophobia is a dislike of or prejudice against Islam or Muslims, especially as a political force. Abdelkader asks ‘what can we do about the tiny fraction of Muslims who commit such... Continue Reading →