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Topic: 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, 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: 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: 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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Topic: History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, American Muslims
All press is good press. Perhaps not always true, it is often a maxim of politics. A day after the backlash over his ‘a Muslim should not be president’ comment, Ben Carson announced windfall fundraising of one million dollars. But…
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Topic: History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, American Muslims, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism
Many Christians are unaware that Muslims have an annual celebration that commemorates Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son and God’s merciful provision of a substitute ram in his place. The celebration is called Eid-al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice). The celebration takes…
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Topic: History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, American Muslims, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice
Before my family moved to Pakistan, prayer was relegated to the Sunday morning church service, the evening service and Wednesday night prayer meeting at McLauren Baptist Church. Our family had “family devotions–a daily time for short Bible readings and prayers–and…
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Topic: History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, American Muslims, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism
I have been suspicious of conversion stories since I read Augustine’s Confessions and saw how he agonized over stealing some pears from his neighbor’s tree and yet forgetting to mention his illegitimate child and any contrition about that. On the…
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Topic: History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, American Muslims, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, 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, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, American Muslims, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue
Several years ago I took a class of graduate students at a Christian university to a mosque to meet Muslims. The mosque had a new man in charge of da’wah (evangelism or literally “invitation”) who proceeded to tell us what the Bible really…
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Topic: History & Politics, ISIS, Radicalism, Culture and Worldview, Europe, Radicalism, Regional, History & Politics, Middle East, Radicalism, Uncategorized, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, American Muslims, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, ISIS, Israel and Palestine, Quran & Hadith, Radicalism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, 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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