Category: Christianity

Muslim and Christian shoulder-to-shoulder in Tahrir Square

Egypt’s Muslims and Christians join hands in protest

| February 10, 2011 | Comments (1)

Just weeks after a Christmas Eve church bombing rocked the port city of Alexandria, Egypt’s religious tensions have been set aside as the country’s Muslims and Christians join forces at anti-government protests. Making my way to Tahrir Square during the anti-Mubarak protests, a striking piece of graffiti caught my eye. Scrawled on the concrete pillar […]

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The Bible and the Koran talk about two very different Gods

Chapter 29:46 of the Koran says Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God,which is False

| February 9, 2011 | Comments (1)

Chapter 29:46: “And do not dispute with the people of the Book, except for what is better; save with those among tem who have been unjust and say: 1.We believe in what is sent down to us. 2.And in what has been sent down to you. 3.our God and your God is one 4.And to […]

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Jay Smith

Is the Bible corrupted?[Video by Jay Smith]

| February 8, 2011 | Comments (1)

Many Muslims claim the Bible has been corrupted. Yet, the Qur’an says Muslims must go to and believe the previous Scriptures as they are from Allah (Surahs 10:94; 21:7; 29:46; 4:136 & 5:46-47,69). Would their god, Allah, ask them to go to a corrupted book? What’s more, it couldn’t have been corrupted after the Qur’an, […]

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 Pakistan: Condemned for blasphemy, Christian woman now in isolation

Pakistan: Condemned for blasphemy, Christian woman now in isolation

| January 29, 2011 | Comments (0)

In the west if you say Islam is not a religion of peace and tolerance, you may find yourself in trouble. In Islamic countries however, you could end up in jail or on Death Row. “Asia Bibi, the Christian woman condemned to death accused of blasphemy and imprisoned in a Sheikhpura jail in Pakistan for […]

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Three Faiths, One God?

Three Faiths, One God?

| January 29, 2011 | Comments (1)

S.29:46 And argue not with the People of the Scripture unless it be in (a way) that is better, save with such of them as do wrong; and say: We believe in that which hath been revealed unto us and revealed unto you; our God and your God is One, and unto Him we surrender. […]

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Egypt detained Christian blogger for criticizing Islam

Egypt detained Christian blogger for criticizing Islam

| January 28, 2011 | Comments (1)

– (U) In January 12-14 meetings, A/S Posner stressed that U.S. human rights policy is based on principled engagement, universal standards and a recognition that reform will come from internal actors. In all instances, he cited President Obama’s announcement on his second day in office to close Guantanamo. — (C) According to Interior Ministry State […]

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One birth changed everything!

| December 13, 2010 | Comments (0)

Around 360,000 new babies are born into this world every day. Can you imagine all the celebrations that are taking place right now over these new born children? Now also consider that the majority of human beings also celebrate their birthdays each year, that’s a huge amount of birthday celebrations going on each day! Births […]

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Stirring up your Spiritual Passion

| November 22, 2010 | Comments (0)

Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ shook the world in 2004 with its depiction of the sufferings and crucifixion of Christ. Accused by the press for anti-Semitism and for portraying the barbarism inflicted on Christ too explicitly, Gibson defended himself. He affirmed the theological truth that neither the Jews nor the Romans crucified Jesus […]

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Discerning your Passion

| November 16, 2010 | Comments (1)

Passion lifts you out of the ordinary and the mundane into the realm of the best possibilities of your existence. Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw offered insight into the world outside that conformity box where nothing is exciting or alters the world. He wrote “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one […]

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The Encounter Experience

| October 3, 2010 | Comments (0)

Virtually every Friday in the year, different groups of people from Kensington Temple, London City Church leave the busyness of London behind. They set out enthusiastically by car, minibus or train to converge on Annan Court. Purchased by Kensington Temple in 2001, our Encounter Centre is set in 14 acres of Sussex countryside with undulating […]

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