Category Archives: Repentance

“When the Lord stops him, that’ll be it, too late. . . !”

This is a great Christian rock n roll song that communicates the truth of Hebrews 9:27 – “and in as much as it is appointed for men to die once, and after this comes the judgment.” Time is running out for all … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Repentance

Refuting Paul Bilal Williams on Luke 18 and the doctrine of justification

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
The British convert to Islam, Paul Bilal Williams thinks that Jesus’ teaching on justification ( Jesus mentions justification in Luke 18:14) is different than the apostle Paul’s teaching on justification by faith.   He has…

Posted in Apologetics, Islam, Justification, Muslims, Repentance, Roman Catholicism, Salvation | 1 Comment

The cultural tendency of the Muslim world to cover up their sins

Paul Williams wrote: (at his old blog, no longer available)  (quoting Hamza Yusuf) “We must remember that if a person has done wrong his spiritual path is not severed. There is recourse. One seeks repentance with God. One should not confess or … Continue reading

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The Case Against Ergun Caner

Anyone willing to look into the facts can see that Ergun Caner exaggerated and lied many times for several years about his background.  Some time ago, some Muslims had been documenting this, and in 2010 started giving the documentation to … Continue reading

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