The Pew Research Center released a study stating that there will be more Muslims in the world than Christians by the year 2050. That study terrified many Christians! Because we’re so used to being the dominant religion on Earth. So there seemed to be only one solution — have more babies.
On this episode of the Truce Podcast, we press pause on the would-be baby boom and ask, “is there a better way?”. This episode is the third in a series on reaching out to Muslims.
What do you think? Should Christians have more babies? Are there mandates in the Bible on the subject? Do you think, “be fruitful and multiply” still applies? Leave us a comment to let us know!
How many children should Christians have?
Does the Old Testament command to “be fruitful and multiply” still apply?
If Muslims are having more children than Christians, what should we do about it?
This bonus episode features Samy Tanagho, author of “Glad News, God Loves You My Muslim Friend“. Samy explains a few ways that Christians can reach out to our Muslim friends. He recommends that we start with common ground: Jesus as Messiah, Abraham and Isaac, and more.
If life begins at conception, what do we do with all of the embryos left after in vitro fertilization? Author and journalist Nate Birt (Twitter: @natebirt) joins us to discuss embryo adoption and his book Frozen But Not Forgotten.
This is a Truce Podcast extra. Truce is a listener supported show. Donate on Patreon, GoFundMe, and on our website. Send us an email to let us know what you think of the show and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!