The "Dialectic Process" is
practiced by the world system in carrying out its
rebellion against God. It is a common practice in
government, corporate and educational institutions. Its
goal is to continually change your baseline of truth
by bringing opposing ideas together to form a newly
compromised position. This process is
constantly repeated to fit the prevailing
ideas of the then current culture and what it holds as truth.
Therefore making truth an ever moving target. Yet God's
truth is eternal and does not change, therefore
reflecting the unchangeable nature of God
himself (James 1:17; Heb 6:17-18). The Bible states
that the whole world-system of evil in which all the
unsaved are a part of lies in the power of Satan (1
John 5:19). See how this Satanic and fallen man
system carries out it's rebellion against God and
its deception of man.
According to new population
projections by the Pew Research Center's Forum on
Religion & Public Life the world's Muslim population is
expected to increase by about 35% in the next 20 years,
rising from 1.6 billion in 2010 to 2.2 billion by 2030.
In the United States, for example, the population
projections show the number of Muslims more than
doubling over the next two decades, rising from 2.6
million in 2010 to 6.2 million in 2030. This is
attributed in a large part
to the immigration and higher-than-average fertility
Most of the concern about Islam is around the radical and extremist views and actions by those within Islam who practice their faith in such a manner. This concern is not unwarranted but it should not be the only criteria used to access the dangers Islam pose. From a Christian view the greatest danger is spiritual. Islam denies the deity of Christ, the crucifixion and the resurrection as taught in the Bible. Its' system of salvation differs from that of Christianity, in addition Islam maintains that one cannot have a personal relationship with God in contrast to the Christian belief that a person can. Are you prepared to be a witness for Christ to the Muslim community?
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