This Throwback Thursday is of my Interfaith Dialogue I had at UTD on the nature of salvation in Christianity and Islam: I had the privilege of participating in an InterFaith Dialogue at the University of Texas at Dallas on Thursday night November 14. The local university chapter of Reasonable Faith UTD and the Muslim Student Association of UTD organized the event and had a great … Continue reading “Throwback Thursday”: InterFaith Dialogue: Salvation in Christianity and Islam
This is an issue that just won’t quit. I originally posted about the issue here in December. Since then, many more have weighed in on the issue. Here are some more recent positions over this issue: The most recent post is from Lydia McGrew at The Gosple Coalition. She has a Ph.D. in English Literature from Vanderbilt University, but she is multi-talented having written and … Continue reading Same God? Yes or No.
[Original Post: Dec 31] The internet has exploded from academics around the country over the Wheaton University’s political scientist Larycia Hawkins who posted on Facebook Dec. 10 that “I stand in religious solidarity with Muslims because they, like me, a Christian, are people of the book. And as Pope Francis stated last week, we worship the same God.” While her sentiment of standing in accord … Continue reading Do Christian and Muslims Worship the Same God?
Great video by Nabeel Qureshi, former Muslim and author of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus. I posted about Nabeel before here when he debated on the Trinity. He is on staff with RZIM: Nabeel Qureshi is an itinerant speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and bestselling author of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus. Since completing his medical degree in 2009, he has dedicated his life to spreading the gospel … Continue reading The Paris Attacks: A Response from Nabeel Qureshi