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Dr. Bill Warner: First Q&A Session
Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 5/7/17
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Lost Arts Radio has been privileged to produce a series of programs with Dr. Bill Warner (www.politicalislam.com), discussing the primary elements of Islam. So far we have included shows on the life of Mohammed, the position of women in Islam, slavery and much more. This is not because we are favoring Islam over other religions. Actually my personal feeling is that learning about all the major religions and any non-major ones of interest to you is a great addition to your program of self-education that should last all your life.
The reason I was looking for an expert to help us learn particularly about Islam, is that Islam has become a major factor in current world and national events. The corporate mainstream news media is well coordinated with government to give a very limited view of what Islam actually teaches, and what is its role in the world today, particularly with respect to the international immigration issue. My feeling is that no one is better qualified to tell us what Islam really is than the Prophet Mohammed. That has been Dr. Bill Warner’s special focus for many years, and he has done an incredible service to humanity by making the original teachings of Mohammed readily accessible to anyone willing to read his books (available at www.politicalislam.com). They are short, easy to understand, thoroughly cross-referenced to Islam’s three primary scriptures, and they put the reader directly in touch with the original message of Mohammed, who talked about most areas of life, so that guessing what he actually meant is not required.
This Sunday, we depart from our lessons with Dr. Warner that have each been centered around one main topic, and instead will be hearing Dr. Warner’s answers to a wide range of questions on many topics. My hope is that you will find it interesting and worthwhile. Dr. Warner’s lessons, based on the words of Mohammed himself, will make it unnecessary for you to try to understand Islam from the stories of mainstream media, or even from the explanations of Imams and other prominent Muslims. The best source is the one who first taught this religion to humanity, and that will be our focus.
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