1. The Truth of the Qur’an in the Light of The Bible 1986
2. A Qur’an from allah 1988-Out of print
3. To You My Lady “English” 1989
4. To You My Lady “Arabic” 1989
5. The Challenge 2001
6. Not in America's Schools 2005
7. INTRODUCTION TO ISLAM 1989
8. CHRISTIAN REPLY TO MUSLIM OBJECTIONS
9. New Concept in Muslim Evangelism 1988 – Doctoral Dissertation
10. The Byzantine Jesus: A Mosaic of Culture and Context 2018
11. The Arab Spring 2011
12. The Victor 2005
13. Who is allah 2002
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The Arab Spring (Arabic: الثورات العربية al-Thuraat al-ʻArabiyy); literally the Arabic Rebellions or the Arab Revolutions) is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world that began on Saturday, 18 December 2010. Clashes at the borders of Israel in May 2011 have also been inspired by the regional Arab Spring.
Byzantine culture is characterized by conservative beliefs, hospitality, religious action and ideology, zeal, and family orientation, amongst other valued traits. The Byzantine era is unique in that it encompasses religion, culture, language, and politics —and these are considered inseparable in Middle Eastern thought.
The Bible was birthed within the Semitic language and culture, and thus any verses that seem problematic to some critics, leading them to conclude that there are contradictions in the Bible, are related to cultural and linguistic misunderstandings. Here are three main areas, with examples, to help us to keep this context in mind as we study the Bible.