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Topic: History & Politics
An event took place on November 20, 1979, that most people have either forgotten, or never heard about in the first place.  Islam’s most holy place, the Grand Mosque in Mecca, was seized by unknown gunmen.  It was Day One…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism
The global refugee crisis reached a peak this year, and is still climbing. At this time in human history there are more refugees and displaced people than at any other time on planet earth. 65.3 million or 1/113 human beings…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics
As Christians involve themselves – for good and for bad – in the divisive politics and cultural struggles of our nation, it is assumed they do so to preserve and advance a moral ethic consistent with Scripture. Unfortunately, it can…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism
One side declares that the true Islam was founded by a violent man who made that Islam reflect his violence such that Islam is a violent religion in its essence and true nature. Those Muslims who act violently, such as…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized
The answer to this question must be an emphatic NO! There are plenty of situations where Islamists do not resort to violence. But at the same time they face a real dilemma. They want their society to be more consistently…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism
There are typically two responses to ISIS. ‘ISIS has nothing to do with Islam’ or ‘ISIS are the real Muslims’. It’s easy to understand why so many Muslims—especially in western contexts—dissociate themselves from ISIS. They are thoroughly embarrassed to think…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law
In 2008 a Moroccan man and his 17-year old wife immigrated to America. Not long after she filed a restraining order against him, claiming her husband was raping her. The husband did not deny their sexual relations were non-consensual, but…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, Comparative Religion, History & Politics, Radicalism
WHAT DO WE MEAN BY ‘POLITICAL ISLAM’ AND HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM OTHER KINDS OF ISLAM? I hope we’ve all got past the stage of speaking about ‘Islamic fundamentalism’ and begun to get used to ‘Islamism’, ‘political Islam’ or…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, Comparative Religion, History & Politics, Radicalism, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics
Perhaps the first incident that began to plant negative seeds about Muslims began with the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis. This might be the case, but most Muslims remained in the background until the attacks on 9/11 brought American Muslims to…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, Comparative Religion, History & Politics, Radicalism, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, Radicalism
Is it strange that we’re addressing the question of political Islam at a meeting where the main focus is on the many movements of Muslims all over the world turning to Christ? Were the organisers of this meeting aware of…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, Comparative Religion, History & Politics, Radicalism, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, Radicalism, History & Politics, Radicalism
Assuming that we’re not talking about Islamists who reject the use of violence and are committed to work through democratic processes to create a more just Islamic society, but about Islamists who turn to violence, this would by my 10-point…
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Topic: History & Politics, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, American Muslims, History & Politics, Shariah Law, Comparative Religion, History & Politics, Radicalism, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, History & Politics, Radicalism, History & Politics, Radicalism, American Muslims, History & Politics
Around 1.6 billion Muslims inhabit the world today, and an estimated three to seven million reside in the United States. Despite the fact that Muslims are the largest unreached people group, only 2% of Protestant Christian missionaries are engaging the…
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