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Apologetics and Islam

Noted apologist Dr. James White joins the panel on Christ the Center to discuss the challenges of apologizing to Muslims. Dr. White is Director of Alpha & Omega Ministries and has authored several books on apologetics as well as having been involved in several formal debates on various issues. Listen in on a very interesting discussion of Christian apologetics and the challenge of Islam.

Panel

  • James White
  • Jason Pickard
  • Camden Bucey

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Bibliography

White, James R. King James Only Controversy, The: Can You Trust the Modern Translations? Bethany House, 2009.

—. Scripture Alone. Minneapolis, Minn.: Bethany House, 2004.

—. The God Who Justifies. Bethany House, 2007.

—. The Potter’s Freedom : a defense of the Reformation and a rebuttal of Norman Geisler’s Chosen but free. Amityville, NY: Calvary Press Publ., 2000.

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