Speaker – Wissam Al-Aethawi
Series Dates – April 28-30, 2017
Open Seating…No Reservation Necessary
There have been two types of people who talk about Islam; Muslims, and non Muslims. The latter couldn’t give us accurate information, while the former wouldn’t tell you the whole truth about Islam. But what is the difference? In these lectures you will not only learn accurate information about Islam from one who was born and raised under its tenants, you will learn how to reach out to our Muslim friends in a loving manner.
|April 28 & 29||April 30|
|Centennial Performing Arts Building
12260 W. McMillan Rd, Boise
|Linder Road Church Building
1555 N Linder Rd., Meridian
Friday, April 28, 2017
7-8 p.m. Class: Abraham, Muhammad, and the Golden Butterfly
Islam is the inevitable result of how some Bible characters showed instances of a lack of faith in God’s plan. Learn about seven of those acts—and one man who happened to be in the right place at the right time.
8-9 p.m. Class: Evolution of Islam
In order to understand the inconsistency in the Quran, it is imperative to study the life of Muhammad and the early history of Islam.
Saturday, April 29, 2017
7-8 p.m. Class: The Quran, or the Bible?
Among the dozens of Scriptures followed by billions of people worldwide today, most people believe in either of two: the Quran or the Bible. Which Scripture among these two to trust depends on the very definition of the word “Scripture.”
8-9 p.m. Class: Islam Myth Buster
There have been two people who talk about Islam: Muslims, and non-Muslims. the latter couldn’t give us accurate information, while the former wouldn’t tell you the whole truth about Islam. But what does Islam say about itself?
Sunday, April 30, 2017
9 a.m. Bible class: Is Allah God?
The answer is so tricky that we need a whole class for it.
10 a.m Sermon: I am an Arab, and I am a Christian
In 2011, I sought asylum in the U.S. because of my religious conversion from Islam. In 2014, I went back to the same community I escaped from for the same reason– the gospel of Christ. What happened in between, and how did it all start?
6 p.m. Evening sermon: For We Do Not Wrestle
Now that we have learned about Islam, what should the Christian response be?