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Unformatted text preview: This week... "Kingdom of Heaven" 4.9.08 (4:30 P.M.) 4.10.08 (6:00 P.M.) Movie Response due Friday Blog Response also due Friday. Pick up directions Craig Gross from XXX Church will be here on Sunday, April 13th 7:47 P.M. Great Room Attend Write a two page reflection Get 10 extra learning A Panel Presentation: Is Islam a Religion of Violence or Peace? Join Students from the JWHC Course, "History of the Muslim-Christian Encounter," for a historically informed assessment of Islam. Wednesday, April 9 at 8:30 pm Goodman Lecture Hall Attend/reflect for 10 What do you know about Islam?
Share your thoughts and ideas with the people at your table. Father Abraham Abraham & Sarah child dilemma Ishmael born of Hagar Arab people see their ancestry in Abraham through Ishmael Genesis 16:12 "He will be a wild donkey of a man, His hand will be against everyone, And everyone's hand will be against him; And he will live to the east of all his brothers." ISLAM Founder: Muhammad (570632) Sources of religious tradition: Koran (revelations of Muhammad written down by his followers... as he was unable to read or write) Hadith (7,000 traditions) First biography written in 9th century Mohammed and the Quaran Mecca Birthplace, holiest
city and site of the Kaabah (a structure presumably built by Abraham and Ishmael) Key Cities Medina Place of
Muhammad's refuge from persecution (in 622 A.D.) Jerusalem Place of
Muhammad's dream and his ascension; links with David, Solomon, and Jesus Medina 6 Articles of Faith Allah. (The Arabic translation of the word God). Allah alone is the creator of all the universe. Angels. Angels exist and interact with human lives. Scripture. There are four inspired books, the Torah of Moses, the Psalms (Zabin) of David, the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Injil) and the Qur'an. 6 Articles of Faith Prophets. The six greatest through are: Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. Muhammad is the last and greatest of Allah's messengers. Afterlife. On the last day there will be a time of resurrection and judgment. Divine Creed (or Five Pillars) Pillars of Islam Shahada: Only one God and Muhammad is his prophet Salat: 5 daily prayers facing Mecca Zakat: Alms - 2.5% of income to the poor Sawm: Fasting. During the month of Ramadan (9th lunar month), a faithful Muslim cannot eat or drink during daylight Haj: Pilgrimage to Mecca Pillars of Islam ISLAM Branches of Islam:
Sunnis (80%) several branches including American Muslims and radical fundamentalists Shiites sect in the Middle East who claim to be the only true followers of Mohammed Mahdi "rightly guided one" bring global leadership into being Sunnis and Shiites Prophets Noah Abraham Moses Jesus Muhammad ISLAM Jesus: ISLAM He was a good person, but just a man. He was a prophet, but not as great as Mohammed. Meet Abdul-Aleem Jabbour Age 23 Education: High School Family lives in Afghanistan Currently employed by a postal delivery company Plans to attend college Pope Urban II "God Wills It" 1095-1098 Movie set between 2nd & 3rd Crusade Saladin (Sultan of Egypt) 3rd featured King Richard Blog Assignment Go to
http://www.answering-islam.org/Testimonies/index.html Select and read one of the testimonies of an individual who has converted from Islam to Christianity Go to: http://spring08responsetoislam.blogspot.com/ Click on the name of your breakout leader Post a response to the testimony that you have read, describing the influences and circumstances that lead this individual to follow Jesus Christ. Also include your own reactions to this story and how it might impact your willingness and ability to share the Gospel with a follower of Islam. Must be posted by 5:00 P.M. on April 11, 2008. ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2008 for the course UNV 180 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '08 term at Indiana Wesleyan.
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