You did not use the site, Click here to remain logged. Timeout: 60 second

"What is God Like -- Tawhid or Trinity?" Shabir Ally vs. Jonathan McLatchie

343 lượt xem
Xuất bản 19/08/2015
Muslim scholar Dr. Shabir Ally and Christian apologist Jonathan McLatchie debate the nature of God in Christianity and Islam. Shabir Ally holds a doctoral degree in Quranic interpretation from the University of Toronto. He also holds a B.A. in Religious Studies with a specialization in Biblical Literature from Laurentian University. He is the president of the Islamic Information & Dawah Centre International in Toronto where he functions as Imam. He travels internationally to represent Islam in public lectures and interfaith dialogues. He explains Islam on a weekly television program called ‘Let the Quran Speak’. Past episodes of this show can be seen online at: www. quranspeaks.com. Jonathan McLatchie holds a Bachelor’s degree with honours in forensic biology from the University of Strathclyde, a Master’s degree in evolutionary biology and systematics from the University of Glasgow, and a second Master’s degree in medical and molecular bioscience from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. He is currently studying for a PhD in cell biology. Within Christian apologetics, his primary interests are intelligent design, Islam, and New Testament historiography. Jonathan is a volunteer writer for various websites including CrossExamined.org, the Christian Apologetics Alliance, and Evolution News & Views. He has been a guest on several radio and television shows including on the Trinity channel and Premier Christian Radio. Previous Christian-Muslim dialogues in which he has participated have included a radio debate with Abdurraheem Green (of the Islamic Education and Research Academy) on the doctrine of the Trinity vs. Tawhid on Premier Christian Radio, and with Majid Younus on the deity of Christ on Newcastle radio station Spice FM.
Debate Dialogue Religion Muslim Jonathan Islam Christian Dawah Trinity Ally God Christianity Theology Apologetics Tawhid Shabir McLatchie