Christianity.com: John MacArthur Predicts Reversal of the Reformed Revival-Part 1

This webcam interview was part of a discussion between Christianity.com Editor Alex Crain and Dr. John MacArthur regarding his 2011 book, “Slave: The Hidden Truth about Your Identity in Christ” (published by Thomas Nelson). In light of the book’s theme, Dr. MacArthur was asked to share some of his concerns about the current ministry practices and trajectory of evangelicalism in America. Dr. MacArthur is a pastor, a popular author and conference speaker, and has served as pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California since 1969. He serves as the president of The Master’s College and The Master’s Seminary. Some of his best-selling books include: “The Gospel According to Jesus,” “Ashamed of the Gospel,” “Twelve Ordinary Men,” and “The MacArthur Study Bible.” www.christianity.com

Religious Hardtalk : Islam and Christianity in Jamaica ( 1 of 2 )

Which is the true religion, Christianity or Islam ? Is Jesus God? Does the Bible teach that Jesus is God? Why did I choose Islam? Why I’m not a Christian or Jew? Three former Jamaican Fundamentalist Christians tell their stories about how they entered Islam and how it has changed their lives. Brother Abudghani, former christian, former member of Church of God of Prophecy Brother Abdulkareem, former christian, former member of the New Testament Church of God Brother Muhammad Abdullah former christian, former member of Jehovah’s Witness The Enslaved Muslims from West Africa Recent scholarship on the Atlantic slave trade has revealed that the total number of Enslaved Africans brought to the Americas is likely to be more than twenty million. Slyviane A. Diouf, writing on the Muslim slaves in the Americas, conclusively asserts: “Therefore, if counted as a whole, on a religious basis rather on an ethnic one the Muslims were probably more numerous in the Americas than any other group among the arriving Africans”. In Jamaica from 1655 to 1807, Philip Curtin in his work on slave census, proposes 423900 Africans from Muslim dominated areas, representing 56.8 percent of the arrivals. Islam had cut across ethnic lines, social classes and state boundaries in West Africa— Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Mali, Benin, Ghana, and Nigeria, Libya Egypt (incorporating Madinka, Fula, Susu, Ashanti, Hausa and other nations) from as early as the tenth and eleventh centuries, ie long

Islam and Christianity in Jamaica (Full HQ) Religious Hardtalk: Episodes 1 and 2

FULL VERSION WITH THE SECOND EPISODE ! Three former Jamaican Fundamentalist Christians tell their stories about how they entered Islam and how it has changed their lives. The Enslaved Muslims from West Africa Recent scholarship on the Atlantic slave trade has revealed that the total number of Enslaved Africans brought to the Americas is likely to be more than twenty million. Slyviane A. Diouf, writing on the Muslim slaves in the Americas, conclusively asserts: “Therefore, if counted as a whole, on a religious basis rather on an ethnic one the Muslims were probably more numerous in the Americas than any other group among the arriving Africans”. In Jamaica from 1655 to 1807, Philip Curtin in his work on slave census, proposes 423900 Africans from Muslim dominated areas, representing 56.8 percent of the arrivals. Islam had cut across ethnic lines, social classes and state boundaries in West Africa— Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Mali, Benin, Ghana, and Nigeria, Libya Egypt (incorporating Madinka, Fula, Susu, Ashanti, Hausa and other nations) from as early as the tenth and eleventh centuries, ie long before the slave trade. Islam in these kingdoms was first diffused by the migration of Muslim merchants, teachers, and agricultural settlers. The Muslims sometimes formed peaceful minorities in non-Muslim societies such as the Ashanti Empire. In cases such as Kano, Katsina, Takrur and Bornu the local chiefs accepted Islam as early as the tenth and eleventh centuries.

Why Muslim? Why Christian? ( Q & A Session - 4 of 4 )

Why did I choose Islam? Why I’m not a Christian or Jew? Why should anybody choose to be a Christian? Why I’m not a Buddhist or Hindu? Representing the Muslim perspective was attorney Yusuf Ismail; Mr Ismail is presently full-time in the legal profession and is additionally affiliated to the IPCI where he engages in primarily inter-faith discussions and debates with individuals from varying persuasions and religious and political backgrounds. He earned a Bcom law law degree from University of Durban in Westville and a bachelors of law from University Natal He is a part time lecturer in law at Unisa SBL He is heading the interfaith department of the islamic propagation center international on a part time basis. He is primarily involved in discussions focusing on the relevancy of Christianity and Islam in the modern world, discussions on Christian Muslim relations in postmodern society and the challenges of secularism in the 21st century. Mr. Ismail has engaged in regular debates on theological issues with a number of leading christian figures in South Africa such as Dr. Seecombe, Pastor Glenn Schentke and Pastor Bob Benjamin Last year he was instrumental in setting up and coordinating a series of debates between Shabir Ally from Toronto and leading christian apologist from South Africa John Gilchrist. Representing the Christian side was Dr. John Azumah; Dr. Azumah is the director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations and Lecturer of Islamic

Why Muslim? Why Christian? ( Crossfire Session - 3 of 4 )

Why did I choose Islam? Why I’m not a Christian or Jew? Why should anybody choose to be a Christian? Why I’m not a Buddhist or Hindu? Representing the Muslim perspective was attorney Yusuf Ismail; Mr Ismail is presently full-time in the legal profession and is additionally affiliated to the IPCI where he engages in primarily inter-faith discussions and debates with individuals from varying persuasions and religious and political backgrounds. He earned a Bcom law law degree from University of Durban in Westville and a bachelors of law from University Natal He is a part time lecturer in law at Unisa SBL He is heading the interfaith department of the islamic propagation center international on a part time basis. He is primarily involved in discussions focusing on the relevancy of Christianity and Islam in the modern world, discussions on Christian Muslim relations in postmodern society and the challenges of secularism in the 21st century. Mr. Ismail has engaged in regular debates on theological issues with a number of leading christian figures in South Africa such as Dr. Seecombe, Pastor Glenn Schentke and Pastor Bob Benjamin Last year he was instrumental in setting up and coordinating a series of debates between Shabir Ally from Toronto and leading christian apologist from South Africa John Gilchrist. Representing the Christian side was Dr. John Azumah; Dr. Azumah is the director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations and Lecturer of Islamic

Liberal & Moderate Christianity

Some thoughts about and questions for liberal and moderate Christians. If you get an error message when trying to view it, hit the “HQ” button. If that doesn’t work, try adding &fmt=18 to the URL for the video. One or the other of these seems to solve the problem — whatever the problem is. Hello, YouTube, maybe this could be fixed?! Links: My “Questions for Biblical Inerrantists and Literalists” video– www.youtube.com Theowarner’s “Quo Vadis, Professor?” video– www.youtube.com Music …

Why Christianity is Bad, More reasons

This is why christianity must be abolished… video took from: www.atheistresource.co.uk Enter: 1. www.skepticsannotatedbible.com 2. http 3. www.evilbible.com