Sunday, October 30, 2011

Who Killed Mohammed?

David Wood has a powerful new video:
The video makes a serious point, although it uses a lot of "pop culture" clips.  It's the sort of video that would get David Wood in a lot of trouble in Muslim countries. Hopefully our Muslim friends, relatives, and neighbors will consider the serious point, notwithstanding the fact that the video is critical of Mohammed and his claim to be a prophet.



Natamllc said...

If one ever were sitting on the fence with Islam and were wondering whether or not to go right or left, this video should guide them/you to even, more so, leave any secret entertaining thought of the veracity of her religion?

This video also encapsulates especially meaning of these ancient Jewish writings:

Pro 18:20 From the fruit of a man's mouth his stomach is satisfied; he is satisfied by the yield of his lips.
Pro 18:21 Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits.


Pro 26:1 Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, so honor is not fitting for a fool.
Pro 26:2 Like a sparrow in its flitting, like a swallow in its flying, a curse that is causeless does not alight.
Pro 26:3 A whip for the horse, a bridle for the donkey, and a rod for the back of fools.
Pro 26:4 Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest you be like him yourself.
Pro 26:5 Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own eyes.
Pro 26:6 Whoever sends a message by the hand of a fool cuts off his own feet and drinks violence.

Methinks David has carried very very succinctly and well the day powerfully as you have describe his video, TF!

Ronnie said...

I love his argument and presentation—too bad about the media clips though; they'll be low-hanging fruit for Muslims looking for reasons to dismiss the argument.

Pilgrimsarbour said...

I appreciate the work David put into this. As always, though, I find his demeanor to be, well, demeaning. He comes across to me, frankly, as a wise---, both in looks and tone. This condescending approach has the effect, in my view, of being very distracting and mitigates against his (I assume) goals of having the gospel itself take on the burden of being offensive, rather than the messenger of the gospel himself being offensive. I have come to highly favour Dr. White's respectful but firmly convicted and well-informed approach to dealing with Muslims and the Koran.

Pilgrimsarbour said...

Sorry, I meant "militates" not mitigates.