Free Qurans?...no thanks (or Godspeed)!

Free Quran coming to your doorstep?: source
Foundation: 'Just trying to be honest brokers of information. You make your own judgment'
May 19, 2008

"If you're in your front yard, working in the flower bed or chatting with a neighbor, they'll pass by silently to attach one of the bags they're carrying to your frontdoor knob and leave without speaking or engaging you in debate."

"Their mission? To place a copy of the Quran in every home in the United States."
"Al-Furqaan is distributing its 378-page paperback English translation of Islam's holy book using teams of paid walkers who descend on neighborhoods, going door-to-door..."

"The Addison, Ill.-based organization says it has distributed more than 30,000 free copies of the Quran to homes around Houston, Texas, and another 70,000 in the Chicago area, including the evangelical stronghold of Wheaton."

compare with and connect dots: spiritual menu
Building global 'interspirituality'

It would be unwise, Christian, to allow anyone, even a "paid walker", to PLACE a copy of the Quran in your home. Reject it outright and do not let anyone tell you differently, even though some ignorant-at-best church leaders may try to tell you that you should study the books of other religions (see beware). There's a much larger agenda here, and by simply 'accepting' that which is false a person begins to be pulled into a subtle compromise. That agenda btw is to see Christians deny "the faith which was once delivered unto the saints" (Jude 3), and bow their knees to the global antichrist system.

There is a 'place' for all Christ-denying religious books and materials such as the Quran, Book of Mormon, Kabbalah books, etc., and it's definitely not in the home of a Christian!

see: interreligion-merging
Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son. If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him Godspeed: For he that biddeth him Godspeed is partaker of his evil deeds. (2 John: 9-11)

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