Answering Islam - A Christian-Muslim dialog

  • Real Islam

    What is “real Islam?” How can it be defined? Many Muslims are wonderful, honest, moral people. They are good neighbors and friends. Other Muslims are violent, hateful, bigoted, and sometimes terrorists. Both sides claim to be practicing real Islam. Real Islam cannot be both peaceful and violent. Water mixed with poison is still poison. Will the real Islam please stand up? How can we identify real Islam?
  • Islamophobia and Fuller Theological Seminary

    Christians are taught to wear the “full armor of God” because we battle evil spiritual forces that seek to defeat the work of Christ. Weak and deficient Christians however allow these forces of the world to pollute their mind and heart. Once polluted, they even aid the enemy against fellow Christians. In 2019 the word “Islamophobia” is becoming less prominent because more people are seeing it used as a canard to silence critics of Islam, but sadly there are still polluted Christians using this term. A couple of years ago Fuller Theological Seminary facilitated these attacks against Christians.
  • The Path of Righteousness

    Can you think of a wiser, more noble new years resolution than choosing to follow the path of righteousness? It is interesting to consider how similar or different this might be, depending whether one is a Christian or a Muslim. Both can agree with proverbial sayings penned by Solomon (Sulaiman hakim) as found in Proverbs 4:18 and 12:28, “the path of the righteous is like the light of dawn, which shines brighter and brighter until full day ... In the way of righteousness there is life; along that path is immortality.” When God's Messiah (Al Masihu Isa) arrived he shed further light on this righteous path to immortality by promising that “if anyone keeps my word he will never see death”, i.e. attain immortality. (John 8:51) Jesus reaffirmed this in John 17:3 using slightly different words, “This is eternal life that they might know you, the only true God and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.”

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