Christian Deception

Exposing Samuel Green's Evangelical Tactics 26

Samuel Green’s evan­gel­i­cal out­reach exem­pli­fies manip­u­la­tive tac­tics. This cri­tique dis­sects his approach, rebuts key points, and empha­sizes the Islam­ic belief in all prophets and the Quran’s role as the final rev­e­la­tion. It pro­vides prac­ti­cal steps for Mus­lims to counter these tac­tics, pro­mot­ing com­mu­ni­ty aware­ness, respect­ful inter­faith dia­logue, and set­ting bound­aries against proselytization.

nabeel qureshi dying in hospital bed

Nabeel Qureshi’s death at 34 from stom­ach can­cer sparked mixed reac­tions among Mus­lims and Chris­tians in apolo­get­ics. An ex-Mus­lim,” Qureshi wrote three books cri­tiquing Islam, cre­at­ed a prof­itable video course for evan­gel­i­cals, and worked with Ravi Zacharias Inter­na­tion­al Min­istries on anti-Islam sem­i­nars. This arti­cle delves into Nabeel Qureshi’s con­tro­ver­sial life, his aggres­sive stance against Islam through Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ary work, and the motives behind his actions, aim­ing to pro­vide com­pre­hen­sive con­text to his polem­i­cal endeavors.

Missionary Activity In Kosovo

After the last war in Koso­vo, the over­all eco­nom­ic sit­u­a­tion of the coun­try has dete­ri­o­rat­ed in a dras­tic way. As is well-known, the end of war meant that Koso­vo became a tar­get for many Chris­t­ian orga­ni­za­tions, a phe­nom­e­non which seems to accom­pa­ny every war-emerg­ing coun­try nowa­days. The same hap­pened to post-com­mu­nist Alba­nia, as well as Bosnia, Rwan­da and sev­er­al oth­er coun­tries in the world involved in dif­fer­ent con­flicts. Need­less to men­tion, great pover­ty is a gate to dis­be­lief, as man is con­tin­u­ous­ly in search for the pro­vi­sion grant­ed to him by the Almighty and frus­tra­tion seems to cause all kinds of incon­gru­ent deci­sions. In order to elu­ci­date the bit­ter real­i­ty in Koso­vo, we are pre­sent­ing the case of the con­ver­sion of an entire Mus­lim fam­i­ly to Christianity.

Albanian opposition holds an anti-government protest in Tirana

Since 1913, when the state of Alba­nia came into exis­tence, the only Mus­lim state of Europe has con­tin­u­ous­ly been attacked by vir­u­lent Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ary orga­ni­za­tions which aim to Chris­tian­ize its pop­u­la­tion. The worst waves of Chris­tian­iza­tion has been after 1991, when the com­mu­nist régime col­lapsed in the coun­try. The com­mu­nists, who destroyed Islam very bad­ly in its reli­gious and cul­tur­al infra­struc­ture, cre­at­ed all the need­ed con­di­tions for the Chris­tian­iza­tion of de-Islamized Alba­nia. As Miran­da Vick­ers points out in her book Alba­nia : From Anar­chy to a Balkan Iden­ti­ty, Alba­nia of 1990’s became a bat­tling ground for many Chris­t­ian fun­da­men­tal­ist orga­ni­za­tions, whose aim was to evan­ge­lize the lost Mus­lim pop­u­la­tions of the Ottoman Balkans.

Today, we see Mus­lims being propo­si­tioned by Chris­t­ian evan­gel­i­cal groups and mis­sion­ar­ies relent­less­ly with a zeal that astounds us. Day by day, they seek out the weak, the poor, the sick, the des­ti­tutes amongst the Mus­lims of Asia and work their way in. Many of these mis­sion­ar­ies work under guise of char­i­ties and relief effort work­ers. By doing a bit of research, what do I find ? Count­less projects by the Chris­t­ian Glob­al Mis­sion­ar­ies out with a purpose…to con­vert the Mus­lims to their creed.