Monday, September 18, 2017

Christ Called Me Off the Minaret


TRIBUTE
Ravi Zacharias Remembers His Young Protégé, Nabeel Qureshi
The late apologist's mentor and "uncle" said his lightning-bright legacy will live on.
Ravi Zacharias
The first time I saw Nabeel Qureshi, he sat at a table across from me, his one leg constantly moving almost subconsciously, warming up for a run. It was a habit of his restless disposition. That was Nabeel in true expression; he hated sitting still. He was a man with a mission, ready to run. Sadly, for us, he finished his race all too soon and our hearts are broken at the loss of one who ran with spectacular passion to do what filled his soul. He was a thorough-going evangelical. He held dear the gospel of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Old and New Testaments and carried the message of salvation. Jesus' grace for a transformed heart was his message. continue reading >>


News
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Testimony
Christ Called Me Off the Minaret
Through investigations, dreams, and visions, Jesus asked me to forsake my Muslim family.
 
Has Christian Psychology Lost Its Place at Southern Seminary?
President Albert Mohler speaks to CT about the controversy over a longtime professor's departure.
 
Women
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The Exchange
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The "least of these" includes the unborn.
 
Pivot
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