Five things Christians can learn from Muslims

[Another article from ‘King’s Servant’] During the time I have spent sharing the Gospel with Muslims and doing research to do so, I have discovered many things I hate about Islam, but alongside that there are several things I appreciate about Muslim practice which I think Christians can learn from. 1. Brotherhood It’s true that…

Can a Christian lose their salvation?

I want to begin in 1 John.  In chapter 1:5, John begins with an absolute: ‘God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all’.  Verse 6 logically follows: ‘if we say’ (in other words, if we profess to be a Christian), but ‘walk in darkness’ – this is not a slip or a…

Give a Little Love

Whatever you might think about Christmas adverts, and this year as usual they’ve caused quite a stir on social media, the message – in this case #GiveALittleLove (John Lewis/Waitrose) – has been chosen because it will resonate widely with the human soul. Why is this? If we are just physical beings, here by random chance as…

Misinterpreted #6 – Love of Money

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #5 – Thoughts of Peace

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #4 – Two or Three

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #3 – Jesus at the Door?

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #2 – I can do all things

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

A Question Muslims Should Not Raise

[An article sent in by a Christian brother known as ‘King’s Servant’] Very often when having conversations with Muslims, I find that they strongly object to the idea of Jesus Christ bearing the guilt of sinners, and being punished in their place. Here is a example of one objection: “You believe your God is [a]…

The God of Grace – Num 11

There is a burden you carry, a responsibility you bear … It is at this point that God says: “I will come down”

Most Misinterpreted Bible Verses #1

By George Rassovsky Context is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Pigheaded Pride – a terminal condition

‘He who, being often reproved, hardens his neck, shall suddenly be destroyed, and that without remedy’ Proverbs 29:1 It’s one thing to be a simpleton or a fool. It’s quite another to be pigheaded and proud of it. The Bible constantly characterises the fool as one who has not prepared for the future (Matt 7:26,…