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Who Is Clarke Morledge?

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Whistling Past the Graveyard

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Veracity Goes Video!

Over the past many months, folks kept asking me, “Why has John Paine been so quiet on the Veracity blog?”

Well, wonder no more.

John has been in stealth mode for weeks (and weeks!) working on the idea of a Veracity “Vlog” to complement the written stuff on the Veracity web page. For those new to Veracity, John Paine started Veracity about five years ago, and he finagled me to join him several months later. John and I are both engineers (John builds all sorts of things, I just play with computers), so we are admittedly geeky…. and proud of it!

John posted the first “Vlog” yesterday, and I must say, it is pretty snazzy. There is even a YouTube channel to go along with it. Is John really recording his lines while riding up the Metro DC escalator? You tell me!

That is why I affectionately call him “Mr. V.,” our blogger-in-chief. Check out the video and you will see what I mean.

Be sure to subscribe to Veracity, from the links on the right hand side of the web page (the links may show up at the bottom, on your phone), to keep up with John’s new v-logging!

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Taking Matters Into Your Own Hands


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Basic Islam – Part 6

 

Sharing Christianity with Muslims

For those of us who may be in a position to dialog with Muslim friends about our faith, here’s a series of thought-provoking videos that may be helpful.

Reasons To Believe scholar Fuz Rana, who had a Muslim father, interviews Abdu Murray, who converted from Islam to Christianity and now shares his faith with Muslims through several high-profile ministries.

Abdu has hard-won, firsthand insights about how to share the Christian faith with Muslims. Among his most powerful points are the value of respect for the individual and how bridges can be built in a positive way, without attacking the person or his worldview.

HT: Reasons To Believe, Fuz Rana, Abdu Murray, Embrace the Truth International

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