Thursday, June 16, 2011

Debates on Islam and Christianity

The Acts 17 Apologetics Ministry's Answering Muslims website is a good place to find content interacting with Islam. Of particular interest to many readers will be the debates page, which features dozens of debates on topics between Christians and Muslims:
Can We Trust the Qur'an?
Does the Evidence Show that Islam is True?
Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?
Did Jesus Die on the Cross?
• and many more...

So be sure to check out the Acts 17 Apologetics Ministry for resources addressing Islam.
Go to the debate page here.



dgfisch said...

Crucial to the whole series of debates is the unique position of Jesus as the Christ. Surrender this one, and the key distinction between Islam and Christianity is gone.

The whole series proves there is a wide degree of points of disagreement. I remember that in the Smith-Meek debate offered here two months ago, Meek's citation of the Jesus Seminar (one reason he lost the debate IMHO) shows that a Jesus who is merely a seer or a social revolutionary has no staying power to maintain faith. Noted this lesson in reading Jesus Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents the Historical Jesus by Michael Wilkins and J. P. Moreland.

Haecceitas said...

This one isn't posted on their debate page yet, though it is posted on their blog, so I thought it would be good to mention it here:

Omar Bakri & Shah Jalal Hussain vs. Sam Shamoun & David Wood: "Who Was Muhammad?"

This was a very interesting debate between two very solid Christian apologists and two Muslims who by the way are quite "radical", though it doesn't come up that much in this debate.

Anonymous said...

"Unbelievable" on Premier Christian Radio in the UK have some good Islam debates/discussions with James White and others.

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