Thursday, April 25, 2019

Does Truth Matter to You? 15 Most Provoking Questions - Coming to Toronto May 11, 2019



"What is truth?" Pontius Pilate asked Jesus (John 18:38). Is there such a thing as objective truth or is truth relative? Why is there is so much talk in our media about postmodernism, political correctness, white privilege and sexual identity and gender? Why do we hear of Islamophobia, homophobia, but never about Christophobia? I will be addressing these questions and many more in Toronto, Canada on Saturday May 11, 2019 at a free all day conference. To register please click here.

6 comments:

StackzYaDig said...

David wood... please watch my latest YouTube video concerning yourself and Muhammad hijab... I believe it will be epic

Angelo said...

Of course truth matters. I am from a Hindu family in India. My city is Kolkata or Calcutta. I was sure that idols are not God. So I thought God doesn’t exist. I became atheist and remained atheist for more than 10 years. And I was preaching atheism. Then I was defeated by a priest in a church next to Sealdah rail station. Then I studied about major religions and received baptism in 2007. While studying religions I understood that although there are self contradictory things in Islam and in Hinduism, but Hindus are really really really 1000 times more idiots than the teachings of Hinduism. So I made some Youtube videos - ANGELO IMMANUEL - IDIOTS, ANGELO IMMANUEL - BENGALI - GADHA, ANGELO IMMANUEL - HINDI - GADHA and many. But how do I dare to say these? Because I am a fight trainer. I teach girls how to fight against MULTIPLE ATTACKERS not against one person like in tournament, and I teach boys how to fight against knife. I am very well connected to some Indian and foreign army people. Only bullet can kill me. If some people attack me with knife or rod, that will be my enjoyment. But I have greater fear from mosquito. I have seen people suffering from disease spread by mosquito.

Angelo said...

Who is the first muslim? - Quran 6:14 says Muhammad, Quran 3:67 and 22:78 say Abraham was the first Muslim, Quran 6:163 again says Muhammad is the first Muslim, Quran 7:143 and 26:51 say Moses is the first Muslim, Quran 3:52 - Jesus was Muslim, Quran 39:12 says Muhammad was first Muslim.

Unknown said...

Hi David Wood! Praise the Lord Jesus for the wonderful work you are doing on Christian education. I really need your insight on this please. Recently a Muslim confronted me with the verse in Luke 19:27, where Jesus says that His enemies should be brought before Him and killed to prove that Jesus was pro jihad. Could you make a video on how we can defend our faith when confronted with this verse please? I know you have vast expertise in this. Thanks

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Tony Costa said...

Hi Unknown. It would be nice if we had a name from you unless you are hiding your name for security reasons. In Luke 19:27 Jesus is using a parable (parable of the ten minas) to teach a lesson. Rebels against a king were guilty of treason and were to be executed. In Luke 19:10 Jesus said His mission was to come and seek and save the lost. The parable Jesus is using also points to the the final judgment day when unrepentant sinners who refuse to bow the knee to Jesus Christ will be condemned and thrown into the lake of fire. This takes place in the future NOT now. This verse cannot be used to teach Jesus was pro-jihad because 1) Jesus was not a Muslim and 2) Jihad continues now until the last day and 3) Muslims believe the Bible is corrupted so they are being inconsistent by believing Luke 19:27 is true and 4) There was no religion of Islam in Jesus' day. His religion was Judaism. Muslims are contradicting themselves. So in short, this verse does not prove Jesus was pro-jihad. Jesus taught not to fight and kill our enemies but to love our enemies and pray for them (Matthew 5:43-45). It is God, not us, who will judge His enemies on judgment day.