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Jeff_1

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    Jeff_1 got a reaction from Son of Placid in Relations between muslims and evangelicals   
    Mohammadi - Thanks for raising this great topic.  I am Christian and would offer that there is a lot of variety among evangelical Christians, just like there is among Muslims. I'd also offer that we do indeed have a lot in common, such as belief in one God and making Him the center of the universe rather than ourselves.  You raise a good point on them being zionists. There are a fair amount of evangelical Christians who are strong supporters of Israel.  It is a long story but it has to do with their view of the end times (they think that at Jesus' second coming, Israel is going to have a special place in God's coming).  There are lots of Christians, however, like myself that don't think Israel any longer has any special place in God's kingdom.  I don't think there is any reason as a Christian to support Jews vs Muslims.  On proselytization, you are right - Christians are commanded to share the good news of the gospel with all people.   Isn't there a similar emphasis within Islam?  Thank you for asking the question!
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    Jeff_1 got a reaction from MartyS in Relations between muslims and evangelicals   
    Mohammadi - Thanks for raising this great topic.  I am Christian and would offer that there is a lot of variety among evangelical Christians, just like there is among Muslims. I'd also offer that we do indeed have a lot in common, such as belief in one God and making Him the center of the universe rather than ourselves.  You raise a good point on them being zionists. There are a fair amount of evangelical Christians who are strong supporters of Israel.  It is a long story but it has to do with their view of the end times (they think that at Jesus' second coming, Israel is going to have a special place in God's coming).  There are lots of Christians, however, like myself that don't think Israel any longer has any special place in God's kingdom.  I don't think there is any reason as a Christian to support Jews vs Muslims.  On proselytization, you are right - Christians are commanded to share the good news of the gospel with all people.   Isn't there a similar emphasis within Islam?  Thank you for asking the question!
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    Jeff_1 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Relations between muslims and evangelicals   
    Mohammadi - Thanks for raising this great topic.  I am Christian and would offer that there is a lot of variety among evangelical Christians, just like there is among Muslims. I'd also offer that we do indeed have a lot in common, such as belief in one God and making Him the center of the universe rather than ourselves.  You raise a good point on them being zionists. There are a fair amount of evangelical Christians who are strong supporters of Israel.  It is a long story but it has to do with their view of the end times (they think that at Jesus' second coming, Israel is going to have a special place in God's coming).  There are lots of Christians, however, like myself that don't think Israel any longer has any special place in God's kingdom.  I don't think there is any reason as a Christian to support Jews vs Muslims.  On proselytization, you are right - Christians are commanded to share the good news of the gospel with all people.   Isn't there a similar emphasis within Islam?  Thank you for asking the question!
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