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Huffington Post Article

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The first translation of the Qur’an into English from the original Arabic was published by George Sale, in London in 1734. Since then, Wikipedia lists 69 English translations of the book that is holy to 1.7 billion people across the globe. So, why do we need yet another new translation, and why now? As co-authors of […]

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Independent UK – Interview

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A Muslim and a Christian have made a new translation of the Quran to underline the similarities between their two religions. The authors, who are also friends, said they hoped the text would provide “a tool of reconciliation” between Christians and Muslims. Some 3,000 parallels between the Bible and Quran are demonstrated in the book, which has […]

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A MUSLIM Follower Of JESUS?!

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A Muslim follower of JESUS…. I know this sounds like a complete contradiction, but it’s true! People from any culture can genuinely become a follower of JESUS. This is why JESUS’ mandate to all of his disciples is to MAKE DISCIPLES OF ALL NATIONS (nations-cultures).If it weren’t possible to be a follower of JESUS in […]

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Islam and Jesus

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Christians do not have a monopoly on Jesus. Muslims also do not have a monopoly on Jesus. He seems to be beyond what either Christianity or Islam can claim. Islam upholds the honor-shame worldview which remains close to the culture Jesus was born and raised in, and if there is one word that describes how […]

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The Refugee Crisis – What Does Scripture Say?

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What do the scriptures say about how to deal with the recent refugee crisis? The correlation between the people affected by this refugee crisis and the words used within the very scripture related to this crisis is more than a coincidence. The linguistic lessons and implications as it relates to these recent events is stunning! […]

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Chattanooga Shooting Memorial

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Love is patient. And kind. Love is long-suffering, holds no grudges and sees the best in others. Love doesn’t rejoice in defeatism, obstructionism or enemy-making. And love, apparently, doesn’t win many elections. “We do the opposite with our enemies in government,” said Mark Siljander. “When I was a Republican, we did anything to defeat the Democrats.” In the 1980s, Siljander, […]

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Final week of Ramadan ends with an Emphasis on Charity

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Charity in Ramadan explained: Giving up food, giving back to society During the final week of Ramadan, a month of intense prayer and fasting concludes with an emphasis on charity. Muslims around the world are taking care of those in need. True religion expressed outwardly is taking care of the poor and keeping oneself uncorrupted […]

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