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Have you checked out Philip Jenkins on the issue of a future Muslim Europe (“God’s Continent”)? Here’s a lecture on it if you’re interested (and 3 other lectures related to his recent books on global Christianity).
Thanks for the link Bryan! I’ll check it out.
A Salaam A lakum. (nope, no idea how to spell it).
I saw an e-mail that had the link to this video. It was a very good evaluation of the “research” figures presented by the video’ “anonoymous” producer. A number of experts working in the area of missions to Muslim peoples, such as Operation World and others not only show the figures greatly exagerated but challenge the spirit of the video which tends to be driven by fear of Islam.
Google and see if you can pick up on this other perspective coming from the “missions” people who are vitally interested in this segment of the “unreached” peoples that present the Church of Jesus Christ with perhaps its greatest challenge in obeying their commander-in-chief.
You may also want to look at my post last July on “A Fresh Approach to Muslim Peoples” http://e4unity.wordpress.com/2008/07/24/a-fresh-approach-to-muslim-peoples/
I think your right about the video. Thanks for the links! Hope all is well with you.
July 24, 2011(update)
After re-visiting this video, can u see how the fear factor is being used in issuing a call to action? The call to action I referred to in my comment was what I knew to be the godly one-to Muslim evangelism. But what concerned me was the kind of action many others r advocating-violence in the name of ‘patriotism’ and god.
I see the “fear factor” for sure in the video. We always fear that which we think will threaten something good, but ultimately our obedience to the Great Commission cannot be driven merely by fear for our own self-dominance as Christians, or fear of “Muslim” growth or takeover, etc. We must be driven by a concern for people, a love for people, a love flowing from our love for God. This sort of evangelism will certainly not co-exist with violence, for violence would be self-defeating with respect to the goal in mind of evangelism. (I’m not advocating pacifism here, just distinguishing between evangelism’s means and end vs. the means and ends of human violence).
i dont think you lot get it your being muslimised through occupation. white Europeans will die out you will eventually have less control in governments. This ISnt racism its a fact I am from ireland but will defend cletic ireland and grill it into my children they are the true owners of this island not the Muslim in anyway.They will be repelled AND i FOR ONE WILL BREAK THE LAW TO UP HOLD MY BELIEVES AND SO WILL MANY OTHERS – borders in europe need to close permanently we have to preserve the species white blue and green eyed people.