Saturday, July 28, 2018

Mass gatherings at a makeshift stage where Pastor Stephen Waiswa disproves Quran teachings with bible truths

‘Gospel’ debates at Clock Tower
Like Pastor Stephen Waiswa, Raymond Kazibwe, 30, a lawyer and host of  Akabinkano k’Ebitabo (Battle of the Books) on Kingdom FM, recently told media he has been debating with Tabliqhs for 10 years.
“We choose a controversial topic. You cannot talk about how to go to heaven. Any fool knows that. The question is; who is the way to heaven – Jesus or Mohammad?” he said.
Adding, “there is a belief that the Bible and the Koran are similar, but each has a different name for God. Are we worshipping the same God? If so, then who is worshiping Him wrongly?”
To start a debate, according to Kazibwe, a Muslim will shout, “Yokaana Essuula Taano!” (John 5). Or, an evangelist can say, “Allaha yuhibbu alttawwabeena wayuhibbu almutatahhireena.” (Surely God loves those who turn to Him in sincere repentance, and He loves those who cleanse themselves). Passersby will stop.
These are some of the interesting events that transpire at the makeshift stages, and for some, the purpose is to get converts and not to show off one’s knowledge.
By Paul W Dennis.

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