This 2-part interview was done with a good friend who is a missionary overseas. His main role is one of evangelism, and most of his conversations are with Muslims. He could not share his name or the country is is in, but he did share some great insights on how to get into fruitful conversations with Muslims. I hope it is as encouraging to you as it was to me.
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February 22, 2019 at 5:53 pm
Islam is both the easiest and hardest thing to refute. While the Qur’an absolutely contradicts the Bible, while simultaneously confirming it as the true Word of God, the issue comes with convincing the average Muslim of the significance of this. I’ve found that the best approach is to be kind, and to be prepared for rude and insulting behavior. They regard the Doctrine of the Trinity as the highest form of blasphemy, and it offends them deeply.