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Alan's monthly letter for June 2013 Dear Friend, Do you agree with God? What would it take for you to declare something good that God says is bad? Money, power, or fame? Unfortunately, many believers are willing to part ways from Scripture for a lot less.
Alan's monthly letter for April 2011 Dear Friend, Do you want to learn the skills taught at seminary without the time, money, and energy spent on going to graduate school? Sorry, that’s not possible, but how about learning just one of those skills? You can learn a skill that pastors use to help them understand the Word of God in the time it takes to read this letter. Sound impossible? Not at all! Sit down, buckle up, and get ready to be seminary-ized.
Alan's monthly letter for November 2010 Dear Friend, I met a pastor from Bangladesh last month. He left Islam in 1978, now oversees several churches, and has a heart to see more Muslims come to Christ. So when an American missionary came to his country to offer help in reaching Muslims, the pastor was excited. But the missionary asked him to do something that took him by surprise: he asked him to become a Muslim again.
I spoke on Islam so much recently I think one day I accidentally brought a Qur’an to church instead of my Bible. Last year Islam was my most popular topic. The way this year began seems to indicate things aren’t going to change. During a recent three week period, I gave seven presentations on Islam, which included speaking to over 300 people, doing an hour-long radio interview, and getting videotaped for a CCN satellite broadcast.
Alan discusses how to motivate pro-lifers to stand up for their convictions.
Alan answers the question, "What are some ways Christians can show love to homosexuals, both inside and outside the church?"
Alan answers the question, "How do you explain the illogic of religious pluralism?"
Alan answers the question, "Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God?"
Alan answers the question, "What are the core beliefs in Islam?"
Alan responds to the question, "Is Leviticus' prohibition of homosexuality outdated and irrelevant?"