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I don’t know Jeff Seif but I hope he is less of a hostile reactionary than Robert Spencer.
What I’d really like to see is Dr. Brown get someone like Karen Armstrong, Amir Hussain or even Reza Aslan… or one of the many other people who can paint a less partisan portrait of Islam.
PS: Please don’t call me an apologist for Islam. I am not! But I have known many Muslims, having lived among them for many years in several countries. I have also extensively read about Islam and seen it in practice.
My experience of Muslims and Islam bears almost no resemblance to what I have heard and read from Robert Spencer.
We Christians certainly differ from Muslims in important ways but we have our own biblical obligation to not bear false witness against them.
I heard on the news today that Jerusalem got snow recently, possibly more than ever in history, usually getting about 6″ every 5 or 6 years.
The verse that came to mind was that though their sins be as scarlet, yet they shall be white as snow. (Isaiah 1:18)
I wonder if this could be a sign.
I’m thinking the snow in Jerusalem may have been simply the weather, though it may have been a sign to a few.
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