An excellent new course on Islam by the distinguished Christian Seminary SATS
It is of paramount importance that Christians should study Islam for themselves, and figure out if the Islamic claims such as being a religion Abrahamic origion, peacefulness and worshipping the God of the Bible are really true.
As theologian Mark Durie says “non-Muslim cannot rely on Muslim spokespeople as their only source of information on Islam”.
The salvation of Muslim nations (nearly 1.6 billion people), and the destiny of Christians, Jews and other non-Muslims (who are targeted by aggressive Islamisation) depends on the Christian thrust to study, understand and respond to Islam.
Do not miss this opportunity!
Contact SATS registrar for more information.
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During the recent years more and more Muslims, mainly men, have been legally or illegally immigrating to non-Muslim countries. South Africa has been the favourite destination of immigration especially for the Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslims. Continue reading “From Muslim Immigrants To Christian Preachers”
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Islam is a religion of fear. It rules by fear. Most Muslim never decided to be a Muslim. Since the day they were born Islam has been forced upon them. They were told again and again that if they ever question or oppose Islam, they would be severely punished. Continue reading “Let Them Be Courageous”
The Need for Modern-day Ananias’
Saul would have never become the Saint Paul without the courageous obedience and initiatives of Ananias. Saul was confronted and converted by Jesus on the way to Damascus (Act 9:1-9). However, it was Ananias who baptised and possibly sheltered and discipled Saul (Act 9:10-25). Continue reading “The Need for Modern-day Ananias’”