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

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
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”, ( اظهار الحق…

Posted in Apologetics, Islam, missions, Muslims | 1 Comment

Revelation 5:9 – Daily Dose of Greek

Revelation 5.9 from Daily Dose of Greek on Vimeo.

Posted in Atonement for sin, Greek, missions, Substitutionary Atonement, worship

Empires and Missions (19th & early 20th century missions) (expanded on July 30)

A very interesting lesson from church history, by Robert Godfrey of Ligonier Ministries. Here are some notes I made:  (with expansion on July 30) Empires and Missions Robert Godfrey Late 19th and Early 20th century. As Empires spread, so … Continue reading

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All the messages and sermons from “Together for the Gospel” (T4G) 2018

Posted in Ministry, missions, Nations, ethnicities, Racial Reconciliation, Reformation, Relationship with Jesus Christ, Repentance, Sanctification/Holy living, Spiritual growth

Does 2 John 1:9-11 forbid hospitality outreach in our homes?

  Over at Triablogue, in an article about the Dr. White/ Dr. Qadhi “Inter-faith dialogue controversy and Dr. Qadhi’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood type of agenda: A Christian commenter who goes by “Royal Son” wrote: “We are not even supposed … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Evangelism, Hospitality, Islam, missions, Muslims

2 John 9-11 roundup

 James White’s excellent exegesis of 2 John 9-11 2.  Answering Sam Shamoun’s questions on 2 John 9-11 3.  My own initial exegesis of 2 John 9-11 in light of the current controversy. 4.  Recent Dividing line program from minute … Continue reading

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