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Best of BAM: Revisiting Biden’s Address to the Million Muslim Votes Summit

Best of BAM: Revisiting Biden’s Address to the Million Muslim Votes Summit

Update: 2020-08-29
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On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank revisits presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s recent address to the Million Muslim Votes Summit, an event that was hosted by Emgage, an organization founded and led by Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas advocates. In his address, Biden claims that Islam is “one of the great confessional faiths” and that “what people don’t realize is that we all come from the same root here in terms of our fundamental, basic beliefs.” But as a presidential candidate who regards theology his avocation surely knows, the difference between Christianity and Islam is that of day and night. When you lay the straight stick of essential Christian doctrine next to the Islamic counterfeit, its crookedness is readily apparent. Biden also invokes during his address an ominous Sharia maxim straight from the lips of Muhammad, “Whomever among you sees a wrong, let him change it with his hand. If he is not able, then with his tongue. If he is not able, then with his heart.” This is Islamic code of saying that true Muslims must use force if they are in the position to do so; but if the enemy is too strong, then wage war with your tongue; and if you can’t do that, then strive with hatred in your heart toward those who rebel against Sharia. Western elites like Biden must come to their senses and insist that Muslims abdicate Sharia practices that militate against Western jurisprudence.
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Best of BAM: Revisiting Biden’s Address to the Million Muslim Votes Summit

Best of BAM: Revisiting Biden’s Address to the Million Muslim Votes Summit

Hank Hanegraaff