#330 Islam, Nigel Farage and the ‘Islamicize Me’ Controversy

On tonight’s programme we look at Nigel Farage’s opposition to UKIP exposing Islam as a religion, rather than just focusing on so-called extremist groups like ISIS. We also look at how Christians today typically deal with the issue of Islam, and how to deal with the threat, while loving our Muslim neighbour in sharing the truth of Jesus Christ. Near the end of the programme Paul offers some comments on the ‘Islamicize Me’ controversy involving Acts 17 Apologetics, Vocab Malone and James White. How are we to evangelise Muslims with the gospel of Jesus Christ?

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#280 UKIP and Nigel Farage: Critics of Islamic Faith not Welcome

After the election of UKIP’s new leader, Henry Bolton, what does it mean for the party? What did Bolton mean when he said the party could “easily slip towards the ideals of national socialism”? Did he really label many in the party who oppose Islam as ‘Nazis’? Where does Nigel Farage, one of the heroes of the #BREXIT movement, stand on all this? Does he accept critics of Islam within the party, or in British politics in general? Does Nigel Farage really stand for free speech at all within his own party?

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#276 The Islamic Threat, Religious Liberty, Interfaith Dialogue and God’s Law

On tonight’s programme we look at the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)’s response to the building of a mosque in Stornoway. Is freedom of religion for a false religion compatible with the Bible, God’s law and Biblical responsibility of State Government to follow God? We also look at a new story of how US Rep. Ron DeSantis is trying to prevent the federal funding of groups linked to terrorism. One such group, Islamic Relief Worldwide, has been helped in it’s fundraising efforts by Memphis Imam Yasir Qadhi. What can be concluded from all this information about Qadhi and his ties to terrorist groups like Hamas? Is it Biblical to ignore this information in an effort to promote the gospel?

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#264 Yasir Qadhi’s Blasphemy and James White’s Silence

On tonight’s programme we continue to look at James White’s interfaith dialogue which took place last January. What is John MacArthur’s, and what was John Gill’s, view of interfaith dialogue? How serious is this controversy? Why is it important to be on the right side of this issue?

“A dog barks when his master is attacked. I would be a coward if I saw that God’s truth is attacked and yet would remain silent.”―John Calvin