In the first hour, Dr. Brown will discuss Dr. James White’s recent interfaith dialogue with a Muslim cleric, held in a church one night and in a mosque the next. In the second hour, Robert Spencer and Dr. White will debate the question, “Is True Islam Always Violent Islam?” Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.
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Spencer Nailed it. White was out of his league.
Enjoy both Jihad Watch and the Dividing Line. Robert and James MUST somehow, somewhere do this again, as there are truths on both sides but we need to find the best way forward.
The Gospel must be brought to Muslims as the gospel is the only solution that will change hearts – the question is how.
I appreciate Dr. Brown’s willingness to host this. I appreciate his friendship with Dr. White and the fabulous dialogs and debates they have been involved with. There is a tremendous opportunity to learn from these things.
As someone who has been involved with ministering the Gospel to Muslims, I appreciate Dr. White’s position. I was most recently in Lebanon meeting with Syrian Christians, many of whom come from a Muslim background. Truly speaking, the harvest is ripe among Muslims, but it’s hard to reap the wheat when they have been destroyed along with the tares. Although many Muslims are radical, many more are not and are open to hearing the Gospel. In fact, in Syria, when the fighting started, the violence was driving many Muslims to seek out Christians and ask about Jesus. They were literally knocking on the doors of Christians asking for Jesus. This is why we must be in dialog, so we might be able to share the Gospel. 1 Corinthians 9:19-23
Kaylene, that comment was unnecessary and far from the truth. The argument is more complex than what Spencer could elaborate on. It wasn’t enough time for either side and I don’t know how many Muslims Spencer personally bows but white seems to know quite a few. I am always inclined to side with the person who knows people personally to know what they are thinking. Plus the fact remains that we have a responsibility to evangelize muslims and what is most helpful to do that?
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