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Changing Thoughts and Challenging Views. Though here you will find regular updates and news on current issues and the list of Books that Dr. Alfonse Javed has written, we have also opened this online resource site for other contributors. Thank you for your prayer and support.
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Just recently I received a painful email from a Christian brother in Nigeria. He sent a few pictures of over 1000 Christians being slaughtered by Boko Haram in a recent merciless attack on the Christian village of Gwoza. Some were butchered, others were shot, slashed to death, or burned alive. If you’re wondering why you […]Continue reading
Perfectionism can kill, as author Khristi Adams points out: · I wanted to be a woman of God so badly. When people would ask me what or who I aspired to be, I always responded, “a woman of God.” I would read and quote Proverbs 31, attend women’s conferences, and read books on what it […]Continue reading
The beginning of the 21st century has marked the rise of Islam in its most violent form. Since the tragedy of 9/11, Muslims and Christians alike have become the victims of Islam. As a fog of justifications and excuses lingers over the western hemisphere’s view of terrorism, the dawn of a new era of Islamization in […]Continue reading
This is Book Review of Chapter 2 of THE MUSLIM NEXT DOOR ABSTRACT: The personhood of Jesus Christ is limited to a prophet in the Qur’an. Muslim who believes in the Qur’an love Jesus, honor him and believe in him. They believe that he is born of a virgin; that he spoke while he […]Continue reading
One of the first things Christians ask when you mention the word lent is what is it? So let’s define Lent. What is Lent? Lent is the span of time in the church calendar that starts with Ash Wednesday and ends with Easter Sunday. Ash Wednesday commemorates the beginning of Jesus’ 40-day fasting and temptation […]Continue reading
Sin is taken lightly by Muslims because they believe that man was born good. Committing a few mistakes were not really a big deal because Allah will forgive them by the good works they have done in their life.This idea of heaven and hell is very narrow because they believe that every person has two angels recording their good and bad deeds. Going to heaven or hell is the ultimate decision of Allah after they die, by weighing their good deeds and bad deeds. If the good deeds outweigh the bad deeds then the person will go to heaven; but if the bad deeds outweigh the good, that person will go to hell.Continue reading
Different individuals will give you a different set of reasons why Christians are not productive in Muslim evangelism. Or why Christians can’t evangelize Muslims. I have my own list that does not come from siting in a room and watching YouTube videos, and surfing the net but through lived experiences of 30 years in one […]Continue reading
Over the period of time my ideas, philosophies and beliefs about religion have changed. I was born and grew up in Pakistan during a time when Sharia (Islamic Law) was introduced and enforced. I opened my eyes in an environment where injustice against religious minorities became a social norm under the banner of Islam. Cruelty, […]Continue reading
How I long for the days described by the Prophet Micah: Many nations will come and say, “Come, let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, to the house of the God of Jacob. He will teach us his ways, so that we may walk in his paths.” (Micah 4:2) Instead, we find […]Continue reading