Today we’re seeing some interesting headlines about Christians and Muslims coming together. You’re going to hear about a Texas mega-church leader partnering with the Muslim Brotherhood and hosting an interfaith event called Global Faith Forum. We’re also going to tell you about an 80-year-old church at the University of Chicago that has removed several pews to accommodate Muslim Prayer. And popular comedian and conservative writer Bill Cosby posted an interesting op-ed piece telling Christians – he says he is one – that we should all be more like Muslims.
The times we are in are so confusing when it comes to what’s going on with Islam, and yet we know that the Muslim needs a savior in Jesus Christ just as we all do.
Joining us today is Elijah Abraham, who was once a Muslim. Born and raised in Baghdad, Elijah is now a born-again Christian and today is the founder and executive director of Living Oasis Ministries, reaching Muslims with the Gospel. Abraham is part of Biblical Missiology, a group dedicated to shining the light of truth on a movement called Chrislam, the blending of Christianity and Islam that has been infesting the Body of Christ and is a growing concern.
- Pope Urged to Declare Islam a Peaceful Religion (cnsnews.com)
- Texas Mega-Church Leader Partners with Muslim Brotherhood Front (endtimeheadlines.wordpress.com)
- Bill Cosby: We Should All Be More Like Muslims (conservativebyte.com)
- Christians ‘Legally’ Persecuted In Egypt’s Islamic State (religiousfreedomcoalition.org)
- Leadership and the downside of the “Missional” movement (standupforthetruth.com)
- More Than Half of Evangelicals View Islam as a Violent Religion (christianpost.com)