Jordanian Missionary reverts to Islam

Jordanian Missionary reverts to Islam

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charlemagne

Newark, UK

#1 Jan 23, 2010
I can't belive it we've lost another very important person from our ranks. This ex-christain lady has converted to islam...WTF! Click the following links for the full story:

http://www.usislam.org/converts/ruba_qewar.ht...

What are we Christians doing wrong, with so many prominent people from our ranks converting to islam. Examine the names from the list below:

Prof. Abdul Ahad Dawud, Former Bishop of Uramiah, Formerly the Reverend David Benjamin Keldani, B.D.

Abdullah al-Faruq - Formerly Kenneth L. Jenkins, minister and elder of the Pentecostal Church

Abu Ishaq, Coptic Cardinal accepts Islam

Anonymous Female Missionary - Former Catholic missionary

Anselm Tormeeda - 14th century CE scholar and priest

Dr. Gary Miller (Abdul-Ahad Omar)- Former missionary

George Anthony - Former Catholic priest

Ibrahim Khalil - Former Egyptian Coptic priest

Dr. Jerald F. Dirks - Former minister (deacon) of the United Methodist Church.

Khadijah 'Sue' Watson - Former pastor, missionary, professor. Master's degree in Divinity

Martin John Mwaipopo - Former Lutheran Archbishop

Muslima, The Former Catholic Missionary (Burundi) I understood that the church was being deceitful

Rabbi Moisha Krivitsky of Makhachkala synagogue.‘I live in the mosque’.
Raphael Narbaez, Jr.- Former Jehovah's Witness minister, Latino in Los Anodes.
Ruba Qewar, Jordanian Missionary revert to Islam

Selma A. Cook,, Australian Missionary’s Journey to Allah.

S.M. SULAYMAN,(Former Baptist Church Minister), U.S.A.
Viacheslav Polosin - Former Archpriest of the Russian Orthodox Church

Dr. Yahya A.R. Lehmann, Doctor of Theology,(Former Roman Catholic Priest Germany)

Personally, my advice is not 2 enage in any debate with muslims as they sum how have the knack 2 convert people. If u read the histories of those people above, it always started with debating muslims. This is sum scarey stuff.
Thinking

Leigh, UK

#2 Jan 23, 2010
So what? These are clearly the sort of people that would take instructions from a yoghurt pot.

This was a very poorly construct Poe post IMO.
charlemagne wrote:
I can't belive it we've lost another very important person from our ranks. This ex-christain lady has converted to islam...WTF! Click the following links for the full story:
http://www.usislam.org/converts/ruba_qewar.ht...
What are we Christians doing wrong, with so many prominent people from our ranks converting to islam. Examine the names from the list below:
Prof. Abdul Ahad Dawud, Former Bishop of Uramiah, Formerly the Reverend David Benjamin Keldani, B.D.
Abdullah al-Faruq - Formerly Kenneth L. Jenkins, minister and elder of the Pentecostal Church
Abu Ishaq, Coptic Cardinal accepts Islam
Anonymous Female Missionary - Former Catholic missionary
Anselm Tormeeda - 14th century CE scholar and priest
Dr. Gary Miller (Abdul-Ahad Omar)- Former missionary
George Anthony - Former Catholic priest
Ibrahim Khalil - Former Egyptian Coptic priest
Dr. Jerald F. Dirks - Former minister (deacon) of the United Methodist Church.
Khadijah 'Sue' Watson - Former pastor, missionary, professor. Master's degree in Divinity
Martin John Mwaipopo - Former Lutheran Archbishop
Muslima, The Former Catholic Missionary (Burundi) I understood that the church was being deceitful
Rabbi Moisha Krivitsky of Makhachkala synagogue.‘I live in the mosque’.
Raphael Narbaez, Jr.- Former Jehovah's Witness minister, Latino in Los Anodes.
Ruba Qewar, Jordanian Missionary revert to Islam
Selma A. Cook,, Australian Missionary’s Journey to Allah.
S.M. SULAYMAN,(Former Baptist Church Minister), U.S.A.
Viacheslav Polosin - Former Archpriest of the Russian Orthodox Church
Dr. Yahya A.R. Lehmann, Doctor of Theology,(Former Roman Catholic Priest Germany)
Personally, my advice is not 2 enage in any debate with muslims as they sum how have the knack 2 convert people. If u read the histories of those people above, it always started with debating muslims. This is sum scarey stuff.

Since: Dec 06

Delmar, NY

#3 Jan 23, 2010
Not to worry charlemagne, there is an incredible amount of Muslims all over the world who are turning to Christ.
Off hand I think of Ergun Mehmet Caner and his brother Emir Fethi Caner.
They came to know Christ, left Islam, and are now strong believers and teachers of the Lord Jesus Christ.
In Islamic areas where debate is allowed, and where the Qur'an is allowed to be examined and criticized people are seeing the truth.
Islam has a few problems to deal with. On one hand they say that the Bible has been corrupted but they won't say when it was corrupted...they don't have any manuscriptural evidence to support their claim.
It's interesting that Islam will allow that God reveals his truth in a book, but they will not allow that He can reveal his Word in person as a human. It almost seems as if they are putting a limit on the power of the most Holy God.
My question is who would be greater and more loving, a God who only sends a book, or a God who comes down personally to live as we do, and teach us His Word?

Don't allow the fact that God allows us to make a choice, for him, or against him, to be confused with weakness in the Christian belief.

When the Qur'an is held up to the Bible...the Bible wins.
Alpha

UK

#4 Jan 23, 2010
From my own experince, i'd say 2 any serious christain, plz stay away from the muslims. 2 of my own sisters r converts to islam & they're both professionals. we ocassionally get a muslim convert 2 christianity but generally speaking muslims r irresistable 2 any change. i don't think we've got any thing new 2 offer them. however, they've got loads 2 say about everything, & i can confirm that after chatting 2 my sisters. so my advice 2 any christain bros or sister is, just don't debate with muslims about their religion coz they're gona say sumthing 2 u which will pierce ur heart & make u think. stay away from them!
stark wrote:
Not to worry charlemagne, there is an incredible amount of Muslims all over the world who are turning to Christ.
Off hand I think of Ergun Mehmet Caner and his brother Emir Fethi Caner.
They came to know Christ, left Islam, and are now strong believers and teachers of the Lord Jesus Christ.
In Islamic areas where debate is allowed, and where the Qur'an is allowed to be examined and criticized people are seeing the truth.
Islam has a few problems to deal with. On one hand they say that the Bible has been corrupted but they won't say when it was corrupted...they don't have any manuscriptural evidence to support their claim.
It's interesting that Islam will allow that God reveals his truth in a book, but they will not allow that He can reveal his Word in person as a human. It almost seems as if they are putting a limit on the power of the most Holy God.
My question is who would be greater and more loving, a God who only sends a book, or a God who comes down personally to live as we do, and teach us His Word?
Don't allow the fact that God allows us to make a choice, for him, or against him, to be confused with weakness in the Christian belief.
When the Qur'an is held up to the Bible...the Bible wins.

“Preacher Of Righteousness”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#5 Jan 23, 2010
Alpha wrote:
From my own experince, i'd say 2 any serious christain, plz stay away from the muslims. 2 of my own sisters r converts to islam & they're both professionals. we ocassionally get a muslim convert 2 christianity but generally speaking muslims r irresistable 2 any change. i don't think we've got any thing new 2 offer them. however, they've got loads 2 say about everything, & i can confirm that after chatting 2 my sisters. so my advice 2 any christain bros or sister is, just don't debate with muslims about their religion coz they're gona say sumthing 2 u which will pierce ur heart & make u think. stay away from them!
<quoted text>
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.

Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.
Emir Fuentes

Winthrop Harbor, IL

#6 Jan 23, 2010
charlemagne wrote:
I can't belive it we've lost another very important person from our ranks. This ex-christain lady has converted to islam...WTF! Click the following links for the full story:
http://www.us iit always started with debating muslims. This is sum scarey stuff.
The reality of the situation is that millions of muslims are abandoning Islam every year. And the muslim community knows it and are frantically trying to keep people from realizing that Islam is based on the pagan moon god and customs.
http://www.cross.tv/37267

They are tired of the lies and contradictions in the Quran as well as the emptiness it leaves them. Islam is not peace, It is perpetual depression. Some others fear getting their head chopped off by Islamic extremists and they never had a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ.

http://escapeislam.blogspot.com
Alpha

UK

#7 Jan 23, 2010
Since ur a fellow Christian i'd say "i'm not sure". But i'd tell those Muslims that the Satan is not my enemy. i could b wrong either way.
unknown2me wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.
Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.
Emir Fuentes

Winthrop Harbor, IL

#8 Jan 23, 2010
Even Al-Jazeerah reports that more than 6 Million Muslims convert to Christianity each year that they happen to know of imagine how many they don't know of!

“Preacher Of Righteousness”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#9 Jan 23, 2010
Emir Fuentes wrote:
<quoted text>
The reality of the situation is that millions of muslims are abandoning Islam every year. And the muslim community knows it and are frantically trying to keep people from realizing that Islam is based on the pagan moon god and customs.
http://www.cross.tv/37267
They are tired of the lies and contradictions in the Quran as well as the emptiness it leaves them. Islam is not peace, It is perpetual depression. Some others fear getting their head chopped off by Islamic extremists and they never had a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ.
http://escapeislam.blogspot.com
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.

Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.
Emir Fuentes

Winthrop Harbor, IL

#10 Jan 23, 2010
unknown2me wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.
Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.
Absolutely yes!

“Preacher Of Righteousness”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#11 Jan 23, 2010
Emir Fuentes wrote:
<quoted text>
Absolutely yes!
You have now said that Satan is your enemy..

So I ask you...do you

1.Hate him
2.love him
3.I do not know.

Since: Dec 06

Delmar, NY

#12 Jan 23, 2010
Alpha wrote:
From my own experince, i'd say 2 any serious christain, plz stay away from the muslims. 2 of my own sisters r converts to islam & they're both professionals. we ocassionally get a muslim convert 2 christianity but generally speaking muslims r irresistable 2 any change. i don't think we've got any thing new 2 offer them. however, they've got loads 2 say about everything, & i can confirm that after chatting 2 my sisters. so my advice 2 any christain bros or sister is, just don't debate with muslims about their religion coz they're gona say sumthing 2 u which will pierce ur heart & make u think. stay away from them!
<quoted text>
I can understand some Christians having difficulty with the problems that Islam may present them...but they are also trobled by the problems that the Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormans present them.
If someone studies, historical Christianity, and Islam they will be prepared for an Islamic debate.
But certainly if Christianity is just a club to join or something to do on sunday then Islam or any world view can cause problems

Since: Dec 06

Delmar, NY

#13 Jan 23, 2010
Alpha wrote:
Since ur a fellow Christian i'd say "i'm not sure". But i'd tell those Muslims that the Satan is not my enemy. i could b wrong either way.
<quoted text>
I always considered Satan not only my enemy, but the enemy

“Preacher Of Righteousness”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#14 Jan 23, 2010
stark wrote:
<quoted text>
I can understand some Christians having difficulty with the problems that Islam may present them...but they are also trobled by the problems that the Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormans present them.
If someone studies, historical Christianity, and Islam they will be prepared for an Islamic debate.
But certainly if Christianity is just a club to join or something to do on sunday then Islam or any world view can cause problems
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.

Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.

Since: Dec 06

Delmar, NY

#15 Jan 23, 2010
unknown2me wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.
Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.
I've already answered the question, but I'm happy to say it again:
Not only is Satan my enemy, but he is also THE enemy.

As for loving or hating Satan... I would say none of the above, instead put on the full armor of God, spread the Gospel message of salvation through Christ, and love God and his Church (those who confess with their mouths that Jesus is Lord, and believe in their hearts that God raised him from the dead.)
Luke

UK

#16 Jan 24, 2010
I'd say d same? stay away from d muslims. don't wana get in debates wid them. i don't know wot i'd take them 2 c d light of christ? even in muslim majority countries sch as Pakistan, christains r becumin muslims. the most famous case is of Paksiatn cricket star Yousuf Youhana who converted. click on the folowing link 4 more info.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammad_Yousuf

After he converted it was reported in the Guardian newspaper (london) that it triggered huge conversions 2 islam from the pakistani christain community. as christains we need 2 ask wher r we going wrong? we might get the odinary abdula 2 convert 2 christianity, but them muslims they r claiming sum big scalps from r ranks; people who professioanls & highly educated esp. prominent preists from all our denominations. for eg. Yusuf Estes (ex-catholic preacher). click on d following link 4 more info:

http://www.islamtomorrow.com/converts/

we need 2 do sumting fast. it is predicated that by 2050, the muslim population of western europe will b: 90 million

if that isn't e-nuf 2 keep u awake at nite then i don't know wot is. god i feel so confused at the moment as the surge of the islam is irrepresible.
stark wrote:
<quoted text>
I've already answered the question, but I'm happy to say it again:
Not only is Satan my enemy, but he is also THE enemy.
As for loving or hating Satan... I would say none of the above, instead put on the full armor of God, spread the Gospel message of salvation through Christ, and love God and his Church (those who confess with their mouths that Jesus is Lord, and believe in their hearts that God raised him from the dead.)
Second Coming of Dave D

Mount Laurel, NJ

#17 Jan 24, 2010
stark wrote:
Not to worry charlemagne, there is an incredible amount of Muslims all over the world who are turning to Christ.
Off hand I think of Ergun Mehmet Caner and his brother Emir Fethi Caner.
They came to know Christ, left Islam, and are now strong believers and teachers of the Lord Jesus Christ.
In Islamic areas where debate is allowed, and where the Qur'an is allowed to be examined and criticized people are seeing the truth.
Islam has a few problems to deal with. On one hand they say that the Bible has been corrupted but they won't say when it was corrupted...they don't have any manuscriptural evidence to support their claim.
It's interesting that Islam will allow that God reveals his truth in a book, but they will not allow that He can reveal his Word in person as a human. It almost seems as if they are putting a limit on the power of the most Holy God.
My question is who would be greater and more loving, a God who only sends a book, or a God who comes down personally to live as we do, and teach us His Word?
Don't allow the fact that God allows us to make a choice, for him, or against him, to be confused with weakness in the Christian belief.
When the Qur'an is held up to the Bible...the Bible wins.
And when both books are held up to the light of reason, reason wins.
Second Coming of Dave D

Mount Laurel, NJ

#18 Jan 24, 2010
unknown2me wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.
Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.
Satan doesn't exist, so your question is invalid.

Here's a better one:

Is Barbie your BFF?

1. yes
2. no
3. I have never had sexual relations with that woman.
Punisher

Massapequa, NY

#19 Jan 24, 2010
wow.

Since: Dec 06

Delmar, NY

#20 Jan 24, 2010
unknown2me wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a SIMPLE question I have for you.
Is Satan your enemy...
1.yes
2.no
3.I do not know.
I am rather curious as to why you ask.

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