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3 Pointers to Read Good Sources of Information About Islam

By Martin Accad | March 22, 2019

A lot of bad information is out there about Islam. How can you separate the good from the bad? To reclaim the discourse about Islam in the church, these 3 pointers will help you find sources motivated by love, not fear or anger.

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Jonathan Merritt, author of "Learning to Speak God from Scratch," talks about the importance of speaking up at Advocacy in Action 2019 in New York City.

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