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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy
I have been a professional philosopher for about 30 years, which means that for 30 years I have spent my life answering two major questions: “What does a philosopher do?” “Why would anyone want to do that?” Both are good…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law
If sharia law is for Muslims, what is its place in a Muslim-majority nation? If the answer seems obvious, that may be part of the problem. But another part is understanding sharia law in the first place, and in a…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism
A Muslim immigrant recently lamented on his experience of acculturation into American society. He reported surprise at how cold Christians were, concluding this after not having been invited to anyone’s home for several years. The Muslim community welcomed him of…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, 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: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion
As a messianic Jew, I have been following very carefully the controversy surrounding Dr. Larycia Hawkins, the political science professor who was suspended from Wheaton College after saying Christians and Muslims “worship the same God.” In this piece I am not taking…
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Reaching the Heart and Mind of Muslims
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism
Recent research by LifeWay Research, under the leadership of Ed Stetzer, suggests that American views on Islam are very much polarized, particularly among  pastors.  What is most surprising is that while some protestant pastors see Islam in a more favorable…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism
My first year after leaving Islam and coming to Christ was wild–a roller coaster of emotions. I have often said that being Muslim is to be in a crowded universe. I had the habit of using Arabic phrases, like Insha’Allah…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, 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: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional
Several times recently I have been asked by concerned Christians questions along the lines of “will Muslims take over in the UK/the West?” or “how should we respond to the violence of Jihadists/ Islamic State etc?”. My precise answer depends…
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Topic: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, 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: Faith & Practice, Spirituality & Philosophy, Middle East, Shariah Law, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith
Years ago I had a conversation with a Muslim who was being critical of the Bible for several reasons.  One that I found very interesting was that he thought it was horrible that the Bible portrayed Jesus as a terrorist. …
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