Is the Injeel Corrupted? How to Share the Validity of the New Testament with Muslims

Date & time: 2 May 2018, 18:00 GMT | Speaker: Fouad Masri | Duration: 1 hour 30 min
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Injeel is the Arabic word for New Testament. The Quran asserts that Jesus was sent from God and was given the Injeel. However, millions of Muslims are taught that the Injeel is corrupted! Millions of Muslims are asking Christians: "Is the Injeel corrupted?"

This webinar is a practical approach on answering this question and bringing the conversation back to Jesus. After this session, you will be able to (1) answer the most common question Muslims have about Christianity; (2) share about the authenticity of the Injeel in a sensitive way; (3) present theological, logical, and historical reasoning for the Injeel’s integrity.

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Fouad Masri is an author and lecturer born and raised in the war zone of Beirut, Lebanon. As a third generation ordained pastor, he has a passion for sharing the love of Christ with Muslims and has been reaching out to Muslims and inspiring others to follow his example. In 1993, he founded Crescent Project to nurture transformational relationships between Christians and Muslims and to rally the Church to reach out to Muslims to share the Good News of Christ. Since then, he has trained more than 21,000 Christians to sensitively and purposefully share their faith with Muslims. Fouad has authored 14 books including Outreach Magazine’s 2015 Cross Cultural Resource of the Year Connecting with Muslims: A Guide to Communicating Effectively. He holds a bachelor's degree in Mass Communication and an MA from Fuller Theological Seminary in Islamic Studies. Fouad lives with his wife and their two children.