RADICAL ISLAM OR MAINSTREAM ISLAM?

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

I have strong beliefs about Islam, what they believe, teach and practice.

The only person I have ever heard proclaim anything even remotely close to what I believe is Franklin Graham.

He was viciously attacked and he stopped stating his beliefs about Islam—or at least I haven't heard him.

The only reasons I can think of for not hearing the truth about Islam is ignorance or lack of "guts" to proclaim it.

I must admit that I am timid and a little fearful to post what I feel.

Maybe it's a God thing. I'm not claiming that. But something in my mind and heart keeps telling me "somebody has to do it."

This morning I came across a great article by Dave Gaubatz titled Radical Islam or Mainstream Islam?

Dave Gaubatz had the knowledge and the "guts" to write this article and to publish it. Since he states what I believe I want to encourage you to read what he wrote and to think about it. That's all. Just read it and make up your own mind.

http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/02/radical_islam_or_mainstream_is.html

3 comments:

Lori said...

Great article Cliff, thank you for your courage in posting it. I believe a time is coming when we will all need to be very courageous about standing up for what is right!

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Wonderful article , I have known these facts for a long time. I think a lot of people just don't want to face the truth and threat we actually face. I am very narrow-minded I believe Jesus Christ is the only way.
But,I do not believe in threating anybody with death or bodily harm to believe what I do .Christ gives us all freedom to accept or reject the Truth; In eternity rejection will have dour consequences.
Blessings,
~Myrna

Mevely317 said...

This certainly hit home! We have a new security officer at work who is Muslim. I see him several times a day, but in spite of my better(?) judgment I can't bring myself to smile and "play nice."
My son says, "It's easy to hate what we don't understand." Thank you for sharing this article that I might be better informed.