This is a collection of Al Fadi's speaking and teaching on various topics dealing with Christianity and Islam.

Is Islam really a peaceful religion or something entirely different? Is the Qur'an a book of terror or a book of peace? How can we reach Muslims in our community with the message of Jesus Christ? These are some of the questions Al Fadi addressed at the 2012 Equipping Conference.

 

The Islamic Dilemma

The Islamic Dilemma is intended to educate English speaking audience; both Muslims and non-Muslims, on the teachings and doctrines of Islam. The show is designed to be both informative and apologetic in nature in terms of its analysis and exposure of the many important Islamic issues and objections; such as The Revelation of Islam, The Qur'an, Treatment of People of Other faith, Status of Women, Sharia Law, Freedom & Democracy, Jihad, The Person and Mission of Muhammad, and Hadith, to name a few. The show will also deal with theological and apologetical issues; such as the Prophethood of Muhammad, The Divine Authority of the Qur'an, and varying Biblical Views and Teachings.

 

Miscellaneous

Cornerstone Christian Fellowship (2013) - Religious IQ - Week 5. Islam. Lecture by Al Fadi. This video is part of the Religious IQ playlist.

Lecture by Al Fadi on the reliability of the Bible.

Former Wahabbi Muslim Al Fadi talks about women's rights and Sharia Law in Saudi Arabia

August 23, 2011 - On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, CBN News spoke with researcher and author Al Fadi. Fadi was raised as a radical Wahabbi Muslim in Saudia Arabia, a nation that considers itself the epicenter of Islam.

"Islam-Judaism-Christianity", recorded at the University of Oregon on April 11, 2016. A former fundamentalist Sunni Muslim from Saudi Arabia and an American Jew share about their journey to faith in and following Jesus as Islam's final Adha lamb, Judaism's final Passover lamb.
August 23, 2011 - On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, CBN News spoke with researcher and author Al Fadi. Fadi was raised as a radical Wahabbi Muslim in Saudia Arabia, a nation that considers itself the epicenter of Islam.