I love Muslims.  That’s why I have posted this video.  I wish them to come to know the true Jesus, the One who died, rose from the dead, and is alive today.

I don’t completely agree with everything Keith believes, but his documentaries are outstanding for such a young Christian.

I hope you learn something from this documentary. I did.

God’s blessings..


Peter and Paul Photo by Klearchos Kapoutsis

Peter and Paul
Photo by Klearchos Kapoutsis

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  1. Ponder Anew says:

    I am really getting alot out of this, Chris. I was not aware of the copious references to Paul in the apocrypha, especially. Anyway, I am watching it a bit at a time for its length, but it is like you said well done. So far my fav part is about the defense of apostolic tradition in 1 Cor 15. Thanks! blessing, Kassey

    • Chris says:

      I’m glad you’ve learned something, Kassey.

      I was particularly impressed with Keith’s defense of the historicity of the Bible. He used it as credible evidence that Paul was who he claimed to be. Some of the terms he used are new to me, but I’ve been interested in apologetics since I read Josh McDowell’s “Evidence That Demands a Verdict” as a teen.

      The documentary is quite lengthy, and I hope you are able to complete it. I was not aware of the references to Paul in the Apocrypha either. I know you’ve seen enough to know that Keith uses Biblical as well as non-Biblical sources, besides the Apocrypha, to make his point. The video opens with quotes from 1st century believers who are not mentioned in the Bible.

      I always appreciate your comments.

      God’s blessings…

  2. Mannyr says:

    Wow! quite a documentary. Hopefully Muslim people will get something out of this. I prefer reading N.T.Wright on Paul who does not quote non-conical texts. N.T.Wright sews quite a coat of many colors.

    I think the lord is giving dreams and visions to people who are seeking Him.

    • Chris says:

      I think Keith does a good job covering this subject, too.

      Maybe a Muslim will see this and have a change of heart.

      I am familiar with N.T. Wright, but haven’t read his take on Paul. It sounds like he covers the topic well.

      I also think the lord is giving dreams and visions to Muslims. Many are coming to know the Lord.

      May God bless you and your family, Manny.

  3. Mannyr says:

    This is a little of topic but i thought you might like to see it. A 12-Year-Old Egyptian Boy Flabbergasts An Interviewer. They Weren’t Expecting A Political Genius.
    This 12-year-old Egyptian boy is putting together some very complex arguments against the Muslim Brotherhood’s attempt to grab power in Egypt. If you think he’s just regurgitating a script or something, watch him answer a question about gender equality at 1:57.

    • Chris says:

      It is a very interesting video, Manny.

      Thank you for sharing. The 12-year-old surprised even the interviewer.

      I had a discussion today with someone on the possibility of Egyptian Muslims supporting Israel. With the Muslim brotherhood marginalized, It is a good possibility.

      I wish for Egypt the same freedoms this boy wishes. However, the Lord will eventually make the land of Egypt desolate for 40 years (Ezekiel 29: 10-13). There has been speculation that the Tower of Syene (v. 10) is the Aswan Dam. It makes sense that, if the Aswan Dam were destroyed or severely damaged, the Country of Egypt would have a massive Flood.

      I hope this young boy’s wish comes true before that awful day.

      God’s blessings my friend…

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