Al Fadi responds to the claim by a muslim that in Mark 9:49,Jesus said that" all christians will go to hell". Al explains what Jesus really said and why. He points out that there was no mention of the word christian in the verse. Does the Quran say that muslims will go to hell? He explains the reason for blocking. Al also discusses the original sin and what muslims and the Quran say it is.
Al Fadi discusses a facebook post called,Serious Dilemma, on Oct. 17, about Q96: 1. He says:Muhammad claimed that verse to be the first revelation he had ever received from Allah through Gabriel when he was in the cave. He goes on to explain that Q96:1 never says that Muhammad is the intended person, nor the Quran is what is revealed, not that Allah is the one who revealed it, nor that Gabriel was the one who delivered this revelation. He challenges muslims to resolve this serious dilemma.
Al Fadi talks about the challenge that a muslim posted on October 11 that the doctrine of the trinity is unbiblical. Al Fadi explains that though the word trinity is not found in the Bible,but the concept is found all over the old and the new testaments. He counter the challenge by another post on October 14 that says :"prove to us that the word "Ahad" means one from the Quran". You can go to Cirainternational u tube for more details.
1. Does Q 42: 51 support that Allah communicated with Muhammad by an angel? Does that verse name the angel as Gabriel? 2. A challenge on Det.6:4,The Lord is one. "Please prove to us that in the Quran the word"Ahad" means "one"? 3. Massive Dilemma: Did Muhammad know and preach his god in Q 21: 108? Al says that loving muslims is challenging their theology.
How are women treated in Islam? What does the Quran say about women? Is there any mention by name of any women in the Quran? What is marriage like in Islam? For what reason can a husband divorces his wife? Al Fadi answers these questions in tody's episode.
Al Fadi compares the rule of the law in the US and Sharia law. He explains what Sharia law means and how it works. Can a person be convicted by the oral testimony of two witnesses? What are the sources of this law? Who issues the verdict? Is there a trial,jury,evidence and witnesses? These questions are being answered in this episode of Let Us Reason.
Muslims deny the substitutionary atonement. They deny that christ died for all; he became sin who knew no sin. Al Fadi explains what muslims believe who can and will be a substitutionary attonement for them.
Al Fadi discusses some facebook posts on alfadi.cira concerning the fifth pillar of Islam; hajj,: 1. The story behind the stoning of satan during Hajj. 2. Islam in the Bible: a. A prophet like Moses; Det.18:18-20. b. Different gospel message; a false angel, a false prophet; Gal. 1: 8-10. c. Bowing down to idols, Lev. 26:1, Islam promotes praying towards an idol; Kaaba.
Al Fadi and Sam Shamoun discuss why we go through suffering and tribulations. Sam shares his personal trial and asks for prayer for himself, his family ,and all who are working with muslims. They also talk about suffering in the life of Jesus.
Al Fadi and Sam shamoun explain why Jesus' enthronement on high is a testimony to his diety. They answer the questions: Where does the Quran say that Jesus is? Who does the Quran say is coming on the clouds? Does the prophet Daniel distinguish between God the father and Jesus? Who does the book of revelation say will worship God the father and Jesus forever?
Al Fadi introduces a new U-tube video series called; "Scripture Twisting 101". He also discusses some verses from the Quran; using a reverse apologetics technique. The reason is to counteract the way muslims use the Bible to talk to christians. And to help muslims think for themselves about what they have been told to believe.
Al Fadi talks with Matt Slick this week about two main topics: 1) Humanism in the christian church; Using Genesis (3: 1-7). 2) Why did Jesus get baptised? It is a question that a lot of christians do not know the answer for.
Al Fadi talks with Matt Slick, founder of CARM.org website about why christians need to learn apologetics to be able to defend what they believe. Not only with muslims but with other world views. Al also starts with the doctrine of the trinity and encourages people to go to that website to learn more.
Al Fadi discusses four posts: 1. AMMAZING DILEMMA(Q 2:30). 2. SERIOUS DILEMMA (Q 5: 48). 3. DILEMMA (Q 22:34). 4. MAJOR DILEMMA (Q 17: 16). You can visit his facebook page to learn in more details what he is discussing on this episode.
There are three types of media;1. This podcast. 2. The satalite ministry in Arabic(with kingdom Sat as the housing website 3. Al's own video series on utube channel of the ministry. The video series had three series: 1. Islamic slavery with Dr. Jay Smith. 2. Intreviews with David Wood. 3. The unknown history of Islam with Dr. Jay Smith: a. The direction of prayer. b. The Quranic manuscripts. The purpose of all is to equip believers and help them stand strong in their faith as they reach out...
Al Fadi explains why the common belief by muslims that the Quran is perfectly preserved is not true. He goes through the studies of the two oldest manuscripts(Paris, Sanaa). He talks about the variations between the two manuscripts and the modern 1924 edition of the Quran. He concludes that the Quran as we know it today is in no way possible perfect and complete; but went through a process of modification and the cannonization of theQuran was done in phases.
Al Fadi discusses a post about the islamic teaching that all prophets are sinless. He asks the question; did the Quran ever say anything about who is sinless? Who is the only person that was called sinless in the Quran? Al also talks about the cirainternational u-tube channel and its purpose.
Al Fadi explains in an honor and shame culture of the Middle East, the norm is defined by the society not by the individual. He uses example from the Bible to explain. He urges christians to understand the concept so they can reach out to their neighbors from muslim background with the gospel effectively.
Al Fadi presents a challenge; Is the Quran the only scripture preserved by God? Using Islamic sources Al Fadi discusses how they reveal that the Islamic claim that the Quran is perfectly preserved is not true. He talks about the differences and variations between the six different Quranic texts found and the modern 1924 Cairo Quran.