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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith
Whereas non-Muslims in the west may joke that there are only two things we can count on–death and taxes, Muslims as a rule do not joke about such serious matters lest such levity invite a premature occurrence. But as to…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees
I was born in the same year Lebanon entered into what would become sixteen years of civil war. During the years of Syrian occupation, our people were killed, our women raped, our national resources plundered, and our dignity stolen. I remember…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith
Since Muslims have spent considerable time and energy thinking about future things, it behooves us to look carefully at what they do believe. This article will first of all examine the prominence of Last Things in Islam, a doctrine Kenneth…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith
While Muslims are not in complete agreement regarding the exact number, most agree that the Day of Judgement will be preceded by signs prophesied by Muhammad. See for example the article “50 Signs of the Day of Judgment from the…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith
For well over a millennium Muslims have revered Mecca as the site of their holiest shrine, the Kaaba. And until recently Western scholarship always accepted the traditional Muslim origins narrative, which says that was where Muhammad began, in Arabia. But…
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For well over a millennium Muslims have revered Mecca as the site of their holiest shrine, the Kaaba. And until recently Western scholarship always accepted the traditional Muslim origins narrative, which says that was where Muhammad began, in Arabia. But…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, Uncategorized
“No one through all the centuries of Christian missions to Moslems has deserved better than Samuel Zwemer the designation of Apostle to Islam.” So wrote the great mission historian, Kenneth Scott Latourette, in the introduction to J. Christy Wilson’s biography…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, Uncategorized, 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: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Uncategorized
The Muslim World (TMW) is one of the leading academic journals covering Islam worldwide. Strange it would call its own history “bigoted”. It was founded in 1911 by Samuel Zwemer, a founding father of Protestant missions in engagement with the…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Uncategorized, 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: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Uncategorized, Faith & Practice, Middle East
“The perseverance of small, powerless drops of water dripping on the same rock, in the same place, ends by breaking the rock. In the same way, the power of faith with perseverance can break walls of hatred, of rejection, and…
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Topic: Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Middle East, Refugees, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, Eschatology, Quran & Hadith, History & Politics, Quran & Hadith, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Uncategorized, Faith & Practice, Middle East, 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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