Category Archives: missions

God’s ultimate purpose for the different ethnicities and languages in the world

God’s ultimate purpose at the Tower of Babel (Genesis 10-11) and the creation of ethnicities and languages – for His people to reach out to those different nations (Genesis 12:3; 22:18; Psalm 67; 96:3, Isaiah 49:6; Matthew 28:19), because He … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Evangelism, missions, Nations, ethnicities, Tower of Babel

Dr. White’s correct rebuke of Robert Morey (and Part 2)

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
In the first 26 minutes of this program . . . All Muslims should listen to Dr. White rebuke Dr. Robert Morey for several things:  saying that the west should nuke the Kaaba; his…

Posted in Christian Attitudes toward others, Evangelism, Gospel Truth, Islam, missions, Muslims, Other cultures

A beautiful demonstration of where sound doctrine, church history, missions and theology all meet together

“The truth of biblical language must be vigorously protected with non-biblical language.” John Piper – John Piper’s lecture on Athanasius demonstrates why principles and doctrines like “The Trinity”, “Trinitas Unitas”, “Same Substance”, “three persons”, “eternal generation of the Son”, Sola … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, church history, Deity of Christ, early church history, Evangelism, Gospel Truth, Incarnation of Jesus Christ, missions, The doctrine of the Trinity, Theology, Theology of God, Truth | 12 Comments

More than Dreams

A Muslim tries to argue against all dreams that Muslims have about Jesus, but John Piper made a distinction between two types of dreams – 1.  A dream where the gospel is actually explained in the dream and a person … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Dreams and Visions as Preparation for the gospel, Evangelism, Gospel Truth, Islam, missions, Muslims | 3 Comments

Since they started learning our language, and challenging us in our mother tongue . . .

Ahmed Deedat explains why he started his own Islamic Da’wa (Invitation) – his work of debating Christians and inviting people to Islam. Deedat recounts the author of the book, Izharul Haqq, noted that Arabs, Indians, and Persian Muslims in India … Continue reading

Posted in Evangelism, Islam, missions, Muslims | 10 Comments

Was Jesus cruel to the Canaanite woman? (Mark 7:24-30; Matthew 15:21-28)

Was Jesus cruel to the Canaanite /Phonecian woman by calling her a “dog” in Mark 7:24-30/Matthew 15:21-28? In order to understand this passage properly, one must look at the context of what happened right before it in Mark 7:14-23 /Matthew … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Historical reliability of the Bible, missions, Other cultures | 61 Comments

Responding to Muslim’s abuse of Matthew 15:24 and 10:5-6

Muslims abuse these two passages – Matthew 15:24 and 10:5-6 to try and somehow show that Jesus was only sent for Israel and, then, they try to make an argument that somehow Muhammad was a message for all the nations … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Historical reliability of the Bible, Islam, missions, Other cultures, Sin in Islam | 7 Comments