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Evangelism in a Postmodern World, Part 1: The Significance of Evangelism

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Evangelism in a Postmodern World

Evangelism in our increasingly postmodern world is a complex and multifaceted endeavor, as members of churches and Christian outreach ministries strive to proclaim the message of salvation and newness of life in Christ in relevant and effective ways. Becoming familiar with reasons evangelism is significant, approaches to evangelism, and arenas in which it occurs can greatly enhance the effectiveness of outreach and evangelism ministries.

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How Accurate Is the Bible?

Is the Bible actually full of contradictions and errors, as some claim? This article considers some objections to the accuracy and reliability of the Bible to help you make an informed decision about the Bible’s trustworthiness.

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The Roots of Muslim Radicalism: Part 3—The Challenge of the New Islamic Sects

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Read Part 1 and Part 2 of this “Roots of Muslim Radicalism” series.

Islam and World Powers

On the basis of its claim that Muhammad was the final and greatest prophet of God, Islam has sought to bring all people into “submission” to the will of Allah.  The word Islam means “submission,” and a Muslim is “one who submits.” Although Islam has had its philosophers and apologists who have sought to persuade people to convert to the Muslim faith,

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The Roots of Muslim Radicalism: Part 2—Islam & Jesus

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Read “The Roots of Muslim Radicalism: Part 1” here.

Islam acknowledges Jesus to have been a great prophet. Indeed, Islam honors Jesus as the greatest of all prophets other than Muhammad. However, Muslims flatly deny the two central claims of Jesus as understood by Christians.

Denial #1: That Jesus Was (Is) the Son of God

First, Muslims deny that Jesus is the Son of God or a deity in any sense.

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The Roots of Muslim Radicalism: Part 1—Muhammad & the Qur’an

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“One God, that I can understand, but one wife? That is not civilized.”
—Sheik Ilderim, in Ben-Hur (1959)

The youngest of all the major world religions, Islam is the second largest, numbering roughly 1.6 billion people worldwide. The mission fields proving most resistant to the gospel of Jesus Christ are almost all in Muslim-dominated areas, especially in North Africa, the Middle East (excluding Israel),

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