We are told to become “all things to all people by all means, so that some might be saved.” But how far do we go to share the Gospel message? Do we synchronize our faith with another as a way to evangelize? Is it right to blend Islam and Christianity as a way of reaching Muslims? Hear what a former Muslim has to say on this controversial topic.
Travel with us to the land down under where we once again visit with our favorite Scottish apologist who has much to share on the headlines of the day. We will discuss a wide variety of topics – from COVID-19, to Northern Ireland’s rejection of abortion to Hong Kong’s hunger for freedom. Get ready to think critically and live biblically.
Al Fadi is a former Wahhabi Muslim from Saudi Arabia. He is the researcher, editor, writer, and translator for numerous ministries, including "Answering Islam," "Desiring God," and "JesusOnLine." Al is the founder and director of The Center for Islamic Research & Awareness (CIRA) with a focus on bringing awareness regarding Islam, building bridges with Muslims, training believers to reach Muslims for Christ and to provide expert opinion on issues related to political Islam and Sharia Law. He is a co-editor, co-author and contributor of "The Qur'an Dilemma" (English Book – Vol. 1) - a critical analysis book of the Qur'an.
David Robertson is the director of Third Space ministries in Sydney, Australia, a 21st. Century evangelism project with the goal of teaching christians how to engage more creatively & effectively in their communities. He served as the Pastor at St. Peter's Free Church in Dundee, Scotland for 27 years. David is a blogger, author and apologist. He has been a frequent guest on British media where he has been called upon to offer a clear, concise Christian perspective on the issues of the day. He is the author of multiple books dealing with apologetics.