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Topic: Faith & Practice
Over the last decade or two, the question of whether Muslims and Christians worship the same God has reared its head at fairly frequent intervals. A recent contribution to the debate, published in March 2021, is Andy Bannister’s Do Muslims…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam
Prior to the rise of Islam, Somalis adhered to an ancient religion known as Ebbe Waaq, a complex polytheistic belief system. However, strong evidence also suggests pre-Islamic monotheism in the region, such as the Yibr clan who claim direct lineage…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan
The woman’s whole household program is changed during Ramadan, the ninth month in the Muslim lunar calendar, the month in which the first sections of the Qur’an were revealed to Muhammad. During this month of fasting all except children, the…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women
In considering the teaching of the Qur’an about women we must bear in mind the situation in Arabia just before the rise of Islam in the first part of the seventh century A. D. Arabia was rapidly changing from a…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism
Few questions regarding Islam are as salient to current events and public discourse as the relationship between Islam and violence, and few questions are as polarizing. Outsiders looking into the house of Islam have reached conflicting conclusions, with American Presidents…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism, Eschatology, Faith & Practice, Quran & Hadith, Theology & Law
Many Muslim theologians consider Jesus Christ the most important aspect of Islamic eschatology.¹ In fact, Jesus is connected with eight of the fifty signs mentioned in the previous article. In fact, the Qur’an declares Mary and Jesus as a “sign…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism, Eschatology, Faith & Practice, Quran & Hadith, Theology & Law, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism
 The speaker at a large Bible conference, advocating for adherence to the fundamentals of faith and seeking to stir controversy, commented that there were missionaries who actually used “Allah,” the Muslim name for God, in their Christian witness. The statement…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism, Eschatology, Faith & Practice, Quran & Hadith, Theology & Law, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice
  Islamic teaching has always held that Jesus (Issa) was not God. He was simply a good man and one of the most esteemed prophets of Allah. There are, however, several statements in the Quran and Traditions that suggest something…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism, Eschatology, Faith & Practice, Quran & Hadith, Theology & Law, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Sunni & Shi’a
The world’s Muslims fall into two major camps, Sunni and Shia, sometimes likened to Christianity’s Catholics and Protestants. But the similarity is superficial. In terms of the world’s total Muslim population, Sunnis and Shias disagree over what percentage each group…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism, Eschatology, Faith & Practice, Quran & Hadith, Theology & Law, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Sunni & Shi’a, Apologetics, Comparative Religion, Qur'an
The Qur’an presents itself as the Bible’s sequel and always refers to the biblical Torah (al-tawrat), Psalms (al-zabur) and New Testament (al-injil) with honor and respect. It says it confirms, clarifies and guards them from misinterpretation. The Qur’an asserts that…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism, Eschatology, Faith & Practice, Quran & Hadith, Theology & Law, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Sunni & Shi’a, Apologetics, Comparative Religion, Qur'an, Faith & Practice, Samuel Zwemer's Books, Zwemer, Zwemer Archives
Muslim Doctrine of God by Samuel Zwemer (1905) Read and Download HERE
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Africa, Faith & Practice, Folk Islam, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, Faith & Practice, Muslim Women, Faith & Practice, Radicalism, Eschatology, Faith & Practice, Quran & Hadith, Theology & Law, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Sunni & Shi’a, Apologetics, Comparative Religion, Qur'an, Faith & Practice, Samuel Zwemer's Books, Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Comparative Religion, Samuel Zwemer's Books, Zwemer, Zwemer Archives
Zwemer-Origin of Religion The Origin of Religion: Evolution  or Revelation BASED ON THE SMYTH LECTURES DELIVERED AT COLUMBIA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY DECATUR, GEORGIA, 1935
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