Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Jay Smith & Khalil Meek Debate: The Bible or the Qur'an?

Jay Smith debates Khalil Meek on the topic: Which Way America: The Bible or the Qur’an? Held on March 17, 2011 at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, this debate centered on the trustworthiness and implications of world views based upon the Christian Scriptures, the Bible, or the Muslim Scriptures, the Qur’an. More about the debate can be found here. A good six-point review of the debate can be found here.

Full Debate MP3 Audio (2 hrs)



pds said...

Can't wait to hear this! Thanks for posting Brian!

Russell said...

Interesting Debate!

I was really impressed with Khalil's attitude throughout the debate. However, I wasn't so impressed with his arguments for Islam. I am constantly hearing verses from the Qur'an that seem to contradict each other. That was made even more obvious throughout this debate.

Anyway, thanks for posting this Brian! I really enjoyed it. For anyone interested, The unbelievable podcast is going to have Jay Smith on this week's show. I think he's debating someone on the idea that Jesus was replaced on the cross by someone else.

8violets said...

Thank you, Brian!

Haecceitas said...

Jay Smith is good and he definitely won this debate. Please consider interviewing David Wood or Nabeel Qureshi. I think David will be the clear #1 Christian debater against Islam once he hits the peak of his career (and some would grant him that title even now).

Anonymous said...


What about Dr. James White?

Haecceitas said...


White is good when dealing when dealing with Muslim objections to Christianity but Wood has a more thorough knowledge of the Islamic literature and such. If White keeps his focus on Islam, he may eventually emerge as the clear #1. At this point I would rank Wood, White and Smith as more or less equal contenders for the title.

Neverrepayevilwithevil said...

White, Wood and Smith are all excellent apologetics.They are all good in defence of the Christian faith. Khalil is obviously trying to use semantics. There is no substance to his argument.

Amiri said...

please let's read the 7th verse and the 13th with this clarity : jesus is god, father is god and the spirit is god, is that right ? If yes, does that mean that It is expedient for you that god goes away: for if god goes not away, the god will not come unto you; but if god depart, god will send god unto you. And at the 13th its says that god the spirit of truth will not speak of god self but god hears what god shall speak and god shall guide you in all truth!! Please explain this to me, thnx in advance :-)) "

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