Category Archives: Muslims

John 1:1 “. . . and the Word was God”

A person who goes by “patrobin” over at a Muslim blog (Paul Williams) asked: “Where does John 1:1 say Jesus is God?” Answer: in the third clause, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and … Continue reading

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Clips of James White presenting the gospel in debates with Muslims

Posted in Apologetic Dialogue, Apologetics, Gospel Truth, Islam, Muslims, Truth

“The Love of Christ compels us . . . to keep you at arms length . . . “

I have been reaching out to Muslims in evangelism since 1983.  I was taught well in seminary in Greek, Hebrew, theology, hermeneutics, apologetics and evangelism, and I was also taught well in missions and missionary principles and the importance of … Continue reading

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Muslims who ignore the context of a Bible book

Recently, Dr. White debated Zakir Hussein on the Crucifixion of Christ. See the video here at an earlier blog post. In the com boxes over at Paul Williams’ site, “Blogging Theology”, along with Zakir Hussein’s argument in his debate with … Continue reading

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Crucifixion debates

 

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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

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Main points of Daniel 9:24-27 in response to Muslim questions about forgiveness of sins and sacrifices in OT

Muslims are forced to question the atonement and the need for sacrifices for forgiveness of sins, because of Islam’s denial of it and the Qu’ran’s denial of the crucifixion, death, and atonement of the Messiah. (Surah 4:157) See discussion here.  … Continue reading

Posted in Atonement for sin, Islam, Messiah in OT in work of atonement, Muslims, Substitutionary Atonement, The Atonement of Christ