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What is Chrislam?

By Steven Masood on

There is a subtle, dangerous and perilous movement roaming about, raising voices for a false unity between Islam and Christianity. It is called Chrislam, claiming to share the same God, the prophets and the Truth. The idea behind it is to relativize all differences for the common good to create a utopian society.

Interestingly, here are some Muslims also propagating it and yet after a glance, one finds that they are only involved so to take advantage of preaching and propagating their faith.

Building Bridges – but what kind of bridges?

By Steven Masood on

When it comes to sharing the Gospel with Muslims, we find that Muslims comprise at least 40% of all un-evangelized people of the world. Only 1% of the mission force is directed to reach them. Most of the work by some nowadays is directed toward Muslims to make them feel at home in their own religion in the name of ‘tolerance’ and ‘love.’ Indeed, many of such churches and their mission committees quote the scriptures as ‘Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love’ (1 John 4:8).

Resurgent Islam has adopted Muhammad's season of diplomacy

By Steven Masood on

In the USA, instead of a military attitude the resurgent Islam has adopted Muhammad’s season of diplomacy from his Meccan period. Although traces can be found of militant Islam and of terror, Muslims are using, in the forefront, all legal means to spread their ideology. Financial aid in the millions is given to Islamic organizations and secular Universities and colleges by Saudi Arabia and Gulf states to enlighten people in the USA to see Islam as the best way of the Abrahamic path. Muslim organizations are using every available source from IT to PR.

Pastor Terry Jones and the burning of the Qur’an

By Steven Masood on

Well, we heard it all - Pastor Terry Jones and the burning of the Qur’an. We thank the Lord that he did not follow the conviction and withdrew from it. However, I believe he could have used the opportunity while announcing his withdrawal to remind the media of the atrocities against Christians that are committed day and night in Muslim majority countries. Churches are burned down and even members killed and their Scriptures are destroyed. The Pastor could have easily reminded the media asking ‘where are you when such things happen? Why don’t you report them? I am calling on you to look into your conscience and ask yourselves which side you are on.’