Blog Articles

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Moroccan Christians: Lost Opportunities

Moroccan Christians: Lost Opportunities

 Abstract: Thirty-two Moroccan Christians were surveyed about their lives in this Muslim kingdom, including their current lifestyle, church involvement, family life and aspirations for the future.

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Dr. Richard Oakes Discusses "The Challenge of Islam"

Dr. Richard Oakes Discusses "The Challenge of Islam"

Islam poses several challenges to today’s world. There are the popular uprisings against political leaders in many Muslim-majority countries, the Arab Spring, for example. There is the mass-migration of Muslims to Europe, Germany in particular.

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WRF Member Phil Responds to WRF Member Steve Taylor's Comments Regarding the SIL Statement on Best Practices in Translation

WRF Member Phil Responds to WRF Member Steve Taylor's Comments Regarding the SIL Statement on Best Practices in Translation

The material below was provided by WRF member Phil [last name not provided here at Phil's request for security reasons].  Phil may be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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WRF Member Steve Taylor Comments on the SIL Statement on Best Practices in Translation

WRF Member Steve Taylor Comments on the SIL Statement on Best Practices in Translation

WRF member Steve Taylor comments on the “SIL International Statement of Best Practices for Bible Translation of Divine Familial Terms.” Steve may be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. This Statement is available by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.

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"The Concept of Apostasy in Islam" by WRF Member Joshua Woo Sze Zeng

"The Concept of Apostasy in Islam" by WRF Member Joshua Woo Sze Zeng

This essay aims to explore the answers to two questions concerning apostasy (riddah/murtad) in Islam: (1) Can one leave Islam? (2) What are the Muslim community’s responses to those who leave Islam or indicated the decision to do so? As reminded by Malaysian Christian theologian Ng Kam Weng, I am aware that “it is not the business of the Christian to tell Muslims how they should hold their beliefs.”[2]

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A Review of Mark Siljander's A DEADLY MISUNDERSTANDING by WRF Member Bill Nikides

A Review of Mark Siljander's A DEADLY MISUNDERSTANDING by WRF Member Bill Nikides

Bill Nikides (18 February 2011)

 Embracing Islam through the Backdoor: A Review of A Deadly Misunderstanding: A Congressman’s Quest to Bridge the Muslim-Christian Divide (New York: Harper Collins, 2008).

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