The Western churchâs growing tendency to blur theological differences and not uphold the absolute truth is contributing to the threat of radical Islam to the Western world, said a highly respected expert on Islam.
Patrick Sookhdeo, the director of the Institute for the Study of Islam and Christianity, said churches are moving away from central doctrines that teach about separation and instead conforming to secular societyâs ideology of inclusion.
âWhen faced with the uniqueness of Christ we become inclusive. He loves everybody so we talk about love, and hell and damnation goes out the window,â said Sookhdeo. âIt becomes too embarrassing. So our church has conformed itself according to society.â
Sookhdeo â a former Muslim and advisor to British, American and NATO military officials on jihadist ideology â recently spoke to 1,500 people at Focus on the Family (FOTF)âs headquarters in Colorado ...