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Last updated on June 7th, 2016 at 12:54 pm
The Islamic poster on this London bus may soon be seen on buses across the UK
Britain’s largest Islamic charity says it wants to “break down barriers” and portray Islam positively by launching a new advertising campaign on UK buses.
Last updated on June 7th, 2016 at 12:55 pm
The original futuristic design of the ‘mega mosque’ – said to be the size of Battersea Power Station
The Islamic group Tablighi Jamaat’s appeal against a Government decision refusing their plans for a huge mosque in London has been turned down.
Last updated on December 3rd, 2015 at 02:03 pm
THE INDESCRIBABLE HORROR of the Paris massacre of innocent civilians is still reverberating around the world. The co-ordinated attack upon soft targets of unarmed civilians was a cowardly act of brutality that shocked western world. Every western nation knows that it could happen to them. The question is which city will be next? Will it be London or Washington or Brussels, or even Berlin?
Last updated on December 3rd, 2015 at 12:41 pm
Evangelist David Hathaway spoke at All Saints Church, Eastleigh, in early November and Elim Church, Brighton, in October. Rev Mark Weeden, a pastor and evangelist who trains pastors in other nations, attended both meetings
David Hathaway, a well-known evangelist based in Dewsbury, originally pastored a church as a young man. Believing that God called him to an international ministry, he preached in Russia and behind the Iron Curtain, smuggling Bibles into communist-controlled Europe.
In recent decades he has held huge evangelistic rallies with many miraculous healings.
My testimony from Allah to Christ By Salma Said Ali
ISBN: 0781903905906. Available from roperpenberthy.co.uk, price £9.99
This autobiography provides an intriguing insight into the life of a devout Muslim woman from a very different culture who is able to chart her thoughts and beliefs as she progresses from Islam to faith in Jesus Christ.
Last updated on August 24th, 2015 at 06:10 pm
As the prophet Isaiah said, the morning is coming – but first there must be night…This is an impassioned plea for the Church to arise and pray…
HAVE YOU EVER had a sleepless night when you keep looking at the clock and wondering how much longer it will be before you see daylight?
If you have ever sat with a sick person through the night and longed for the morning you will understand a message given by the prophet Isaiah (Isaiah 21.11–12). He lived in a day before clocks and watches so he describes a man calling out to the watchman patrolling the streets.
Is Islam a religion of peace?
In the last HEART issue (February/March) regular columnist Dr Clifford Hill claimed
(‘Islam and Peace’): “It is becoming increasingly difficult for Muslims to go on claiming
that Islam is a religion of peace.” Here are some readers’ responses:
Last updated on February 6th, 2015 at 06:38 pm
It is becoming increasingly difficult for Muslims to go on claiming that Islam is a religion of peace. The mounting evidence of violence contradicts this as Jihadists carry out unspeakable atrocities in the name of Allah. The Paris attack upon unarmed journalists sitting in an editorial meeting was a cowardly act of barbarism which was rightly condemned throughout the world. Once again, this violent attack on a soft target was carried out in the name of the Islamic god Allah
A DVD by Hatikvah Films
“Get understanding, forget it not” is the scripture which came to mind after viewing this revealing new film.
Sister Religions? is a series of interviews exploring the relationship between Judeo-Christianity and Islam.
Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, formerly Bishop of Rochester, gives an introductory interview, followed by three interviews with Rev Dr Mark Durie, an Anglican pastor and acknowledged researcher and author on Islam and other faiths, and finally there is an interview with international religious liberty analyst and advocate Elizabeth Kendal.
The plight of more than 270 SCHOOLGIRLS captured by Boko Haram in northern Nigeria has been occupying the world news for a long time. It was some three weeks before the Nigerian Government began to take the issue seriously although this group of violent terrorists have been troubling the northern of provinces of Nigeria for a number of years. Nearly 200 people were killed and hundreds wounded last month in the city of Jos which I have visited many times.