Posts Tagged “muslim”
Missionaries to the Muslim world say dreams and visions, along with satellite television, are introdcing Muslims to Jesus in unprecedented numbers.
Here is a very curious story from a paper in Virginia Beach: The story talks about the difficult conditions under which the Navy special warfare community (Navy SEALs) have to train, including simulated conditions in which they go through rooms that are designed to resemble “a mosque, bank, post office, market and residential compound. In one section, nine chairs painted in primary hues sit behind desks in an elementary school classroom.” The story doesn’t mention it, but something caught my eye: the image that they are using for target practice is unmistakably that of a Muslim woman wearing hijab, with what looks like Qur’anic inscriptions behind her on the wall
Egyptions celebrate a new Islamic president, Christians worry about future
Lal Shahbaz Qalandar was a holy man and scholar born in the 1100s whose ancient travels sound as contemporary as today’s news feeds. He was born in what is now Afghanistan; he was the descendant of immigrating Iraqis; he lived and died in Pakistan; and his shrine was constructed by donations from the Iranian royalty.
Question: “Is Jesus the only way to Heaven?” Answer: “I’m basically a good person, so I’ll go to heaven.” “OK, so I do some bad things, but I do more good things, so I’ll go to heaven.” “God won’t send me to hell just because I don’t live by the Bible. Times have changed!” “Only
A Christian congregation in Azerbaijan is waiting pensively to see if a judge will uphold a court order that banned its right to meet and “liquidated” the church. “They are upset, but at the same time they continue coming out hoping for the best,” said Mechti Suleymanov, an elder at Greater Grace Church in Baku, Azerbaijan, which has been meeting for roughly 20 years.
A popular online advice columnist has said that the late Rev. Robert Drinan, a famed Jesuit priest and onetime Democratic congressman from Massachusetts, tried to kiss and fondle her in the 1970s when she was 18 or 19 years old.
Egypt’s election commission, which was scheduled to announce the results of the runoff presidential election last Thursday, says it will declare on Sunday who the winner is, former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq or leader of Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party Mohammed Morsi.
The head of Egypt’s election commission says official results from the disputed presidential runoff vote will be released Sunday.
It’s not too late to sign up for the RCA Integrity Leadership Conference which runs next Monday and Tuesday. Who can come