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Islam and Christianity Debates

Islam and Christianity in the Modern World

Which Faith is More Relevant for the 21st Century, Islam or Christianity?

Are Christian values Still Relevant Today?

Is religious faith still relevant?

Representing the Muslim perspective was Brother Adnan Rashid, He is a public speaker, debater and activist.

He is presently studying history at university of London.

He specializes in the history of Islamic civilization, Sciences, numismatics, ancient manuscript and antiques.

He is a public speaker with an experience of delivering presentations on Islamic topics in a number of universities.

Adnan Rashid comes from a family of renowned scholars of Islam: his great grandfarher ( Shiekh Minhajuddin Bin Sirajuddin ).

He has also publicly debated a host of Christian clergy.

He is presently serving as a khateeb for HMYA ( Harrow Muslim Youth Association ).

Representing the Christian side was Mr. Jay Smith, a Ph.D. candidate in Islamic studies at Brunel University in London.

He has participated in many debates that have included distinguished opponents such as Benazir Bhuto, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan.

He is famous for his unique
evangelistic ministry. He teaches Christian-Muslim Apologetics.

- Beth Grove is a British grad student in theology, she is part of Hyde Park Christian Fellowship, she debates the place of women in traditional Islam, in contrast to New Testament teaching.

She has debated Muslims on the street level at Speaker's Corner for the past two years.

The Topic of Debate: Islam and Christianity in the Modern World

Adnan Rashid


Jay Smith

(Sky Channel, UK )

The Way to Salvation in Islam and Christianity

What is the difference in Salvation between Christianity and Islam?

Does Islam guarantee Salvation?

Is Jesus Christ the only way to Salvation?

Which faith leads to eternal salvation, Islam or Christianity?

Representing the Muslim perspective was Sami Zaatari: Sami has written hundreds of articles defending Islam

He is a member of the Muslim Dawah Initiative its formed of members from the Muslim community with experience in public speaking, apologetics, polemics, research and community work.

He runs the website

Sami is currently studying literature in London and is working on a book on Jesus' crucifixion.

Representing the Christian side was Robert Scott: Robert has been working at St Helen's Church, Bishopsgate, London for the last few years coordinating the support for St Helen's missionaries, teaching the Bible to international students

The Topic of Debate: The Way to Salvation in Christianity and Islam

Sami Zaatari (


Robert Scott (from St Helen's Church, London)

(Sky Channel, UK 10th April 2010)

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