lunes, 8 de junio de 2015
A major factor in the difficulty of Muslim conversions is that Islam is not just a religion
Can Muslims Be Converted?
by Howard Kainz
Howard Kainz thinks some believers will move from Islam to Christianity. They will if information about the Lord is made readily available to them.
A major factor in the difficulty of Muslim conversions is that Islam is not just a religion but a worldwide cult – with strong pressures in Islam for avoiding the infection of contact with “unbelievers,” and imminent threat of ostracism and/or death for leaving the “fold.”
These cultic aspects have grown so strong in recent decades that it is almost impossible for Catholic or Protestant missionaries to preach and establish churches in majority Muslim countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, or in growing areas of the Middle East where Islamist persecution of Christians is rife.
But in the absence of missionaries, the clandestine availability of Bibles may be one of the most important tools for spreading the Christian message.
Read the rest of Prof. Kainz’ column here . . .