Both Islam and Christianity have systems of ethics that essentially answer the question: "What ought or ought not to be done?"
This article is a brief review of Thaddeus J Williams' recent text Confronting Injustice without Compromising Truth: 12 Questions Christians Should Ask About Social Justice.
Check out this resource from Duane A. Miller about presenting the Gospel to Muslims and how one disciples new converts.
In two separate blogs, Dr. Stan Wallace of Global Scholars (USA) navigates through the turbulent waters of Social Justice (intentionally capitalized) and social justice.
In this video, Dr. Voddie Baucham, Dean of Theology at African Christian University in Zambia, carefully unpacks Ephesians 2:10-11 as he asserts that racial reconciliation is "something that we must believe" rather than achieve.
In this article, I hope to sketch out the idea of a balance in Islam which compares the weight of good and bad deeds.
In Christianity, if we want to describe Jesus, we use the words prophet, priest, and king to describe who he is, what he did, and what he continues to do. In this article, I will use those three terms to describe the person of Muhammad from Islamic sources.
In this article, I explore the way that Muslims view the Qur'an and compare this with the promises of the Bible.
This article takes a close look at the Arabic words of the adhan (Muslim call to prayer) and unpacks their meaning.
Good day Kristen and company.
I read through your article and the subsequent comments. It appears to me that three things are going on:
a. You want to facilitate voices that...posted on: "Censorship" on The Network
Thanks for posting this article Staci:
As an author who has frequently contributed to the Network, there is much to applaud about it as a vehicle for disseminating information....posted on: Debunking 5 Myths About The Network
Thanks for engaging, Roger.
To answer your challenge, perhaps I could picture the situation in a different way. Imagine that you had an ancestor named King Gelwicks. He was a model king...
Good day Gilbert:
Having lived in West Africa for 11 years and Egypt for 3 and now on a short-term teaching assignment in South Africa, your post caught my attention.
I am using "spiritual bondage" in a negative sense in the quote above. That is to say, Duries's book suggests a bondage of demonic origin. This has nothing to do with...posted on: "A Dozen Bad Ideas for the 21st Century"
Here is the citation. I contacted Dr. Greenlee, but he no longer has the document that he cited.
Ken Wycherley, Evangelism and discipling (London: EUROM, Evangelical...
When Phil wrote the article (2018), and when "What it means to be Reformed" was penned (2016) a person like Greta Thunberg had not captured the energies of today's...posted on: Mercy Ministry in Mission Strategy
Had never thought of the concept of "virtue shaming." Very illustrative.
PS. Some people are also using the term "Cultural Marxism"...
Thank you for reaching out in a very vulnerable way. I believe that your desire to reach out to God is an indicator that your heart does not have a callous layer on it which makes it indifferent...
If I might, I would take the Areopagus address in Acts 17 as an example:
a. As much as the apostle Paul was incensed at the idolatry of the Athenians, he still...