Our guest today says Western countries are ignorant of true Islamic values. She is an Egyptian-American, former-Muslim human rights activist who is frustrated with mainstream America's talk of tolerance and assimilation. She joins us to set non-Muslims straight about tenets of Islam that are incompatible with free society.
Concerned that the Free Grace movement has distorted the Bible's teaching about justification by faith alone, our guest, an author and theologian, will explain the core beliefs of those who take this stance. He will also critique five major points of Free Grace theology that he argues are inconsistent with what the Bible says about saving faith. Join us for a fascinating conversation about the saving power of grace through faith.
Nonie Darwish is an Egyptian-American human rights activist who frequently speaks out against Sharia law and radical Islam. Born and raised as Muslim in Cairo and Gaza, Darwish moved to the United States in 1978 and converted to Christianity. Nonie Darwish is a senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy. She is also the founder and director of Former Muslims United and founder and president of Arabs for Israel. Darwish lectures extensively on human rights, women’s rights under Islamic law, the Arab-Israeli conflict, terrorism, and radical Islam. She is the author of Now They Call Me Infidel: Why I Renounced Jihad for America, Israel and the War on Terror, Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law, and The Devil We Don't Know: The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East.
Wayne Grudem (PhD, University of Cambridge; DD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is Distinguished Research Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies at Phoenix Seminary, having previously taught for twenty years at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is a former president of the Evangelical Theological Society, a member of the Translation Oversight Committee for the English Standard Version of the Bible, the general editor of the ESV Study Bible, and has published over twenty books.