The Educate For Life Show

with Kevin Conover

Reaching Muslims – Dr. David Wood

Feb 1, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments

Today on Educate For Life, Kevin has as his guest, Dr. David Wood. David Wood is from Acts17 Apologetics, a ministry that presents the truth of the gospel to Muslims using Apologetics. David has an impressive testimony, having come from an atheist background. He witnessed…

Today on Educate For Life, Kevin has as his guest, Dr. David Wood. David Wood is from Acts17 Apologetics, a ministry that presents the truth of the gospel to Muslims using Apologetics.

David has an impressive testimony, having come from an atheist background. He witnessed to one of his colleagues, Nabeel, who was a Muslim and became a Christian. Nabeel worked with David at Acts17 Apologetics.

David and Kevin will discuss the differences between Islam and Christianity and which makes more sense based on the evidence. Tune in for a great show.

To learn more about David Wood and Acts17, check out Acts17.org.

This episode first aired on Jan 4, 2020

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