Category Archives: Muslim scholar

It takes a short video to cut through the accusations of Steve Camp and Janet Mefferd against Dr. White

This short video proves that Brannon Howse, Janet Mefferd, Steve Camp, and others who have been attacking Dr. James White on his apologetic dialogue with Dr. Qadhi have been wrong. The Janet Mefferd Show with Steve Camp. (Camp and Mefferd’s … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetic Dialogue, Apologetics, Balance, Christian Attitudes toward others, Islam, Muslim scholar, Muslims | 2 Comments

2 John 9-11 in light of the controversy over Dr. White’s outreach to Muslims

  Dr. White’s 2 part dialogue with a Muslim cleric, Dr. Yasir Qadhi, in January of 2017, was a good balance of both sound doctrine/standing on principle, AND real evangelistic outreach. ┬áBalance is key. (especially if anyone really knows Dr. … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Balance, Christian Attitudes toward others, Islam, Muslim scholar, Muslims, Sam Shamoun, Truth | 3 Comments

Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Dr. White and Dr. Qadhi, Part 2

see part 1 here.

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Muslim-Christian Dialogue: Dr. James White and Dr. Yasir Qadhi

Dr. James White and Dr. Yasir Qadhi Dialogue from Grace Bible Church on Vimeo. Addendum: (later on January 26 & 27) Since this was a dialogue, and not a debate, and they were under time restraints, and given the emotional … Continue reading

Posted in Balance, Christian Attitudes toward others, Dhimmi / Dhimmitude, Islam, Jihad, Muslim scholar, Muslims | 13 Comments

Muslim scholar Abdel Haleem agrees that the Qur’an does not teach that the text of the Previous Scriptures was corrupted

These quotes by this Muslim scholar, Muhammad Abdel Haleem, would affirm that Surah 5:47; 5:68; 10:94; 3:3-4; 2:136; 29:46 do not teach that the Christian Scriptures were corrupted in their written text; and that Surah 2:79, 3:78, and 5:13 refer … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Bible is not corrupted, Islam, Muslim scholar, Muslims, Paul Bilal Williams | 1 Comment