Linda Sarsour, who is a friend of Yasir Qadhi, called for Jihad against Donald Trump during the July 4th weekend. What could she mean by this call? Will Yasir Qadhi defend Sarsour with her irresponsible speech? We also start a critique of a defence of James White’s actions with Yasir Qadhi given by Phil Johnson and Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron Radio.
Pastor Mark Fitzpatrick of Arann Reformed Baptist Church in Dublin, Ireland returns to the programme tonight to comment on the latest comments from James White on our criticism of his interfaith dialogue. We also look at Michael Brown’s attempt to whitewash the dialogue with Yasir Qadhi.
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
We are joined on tonight’s programme by Mark Fitzpatrick of Arann Reformed Baptist Church in Dublin, Ireland to discuss a dialogue which took place between Yasir Qadhi and James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries. Should Christians have concerns with the dialogue? What was the message White and Qadhi shared? What should be the response of Christians to such a dialogue and the proposed co-operation with Islam?
What are the differences and similarities between the old and new covenants? Are they one in substance or are they different? How do they help us to understand scripture? How does it potentially shape our view of infant baptism? What do Reformed Baptists, Presbyterians and Congregationalists believe in regards to this issue? Paul in this episode also concludes his critique of James White’s recent Baptism debate with Gregg Strawbridge.