If You Are A Muslim or Catholic Living In Massachusetts, and would like to debate me (a born again Christian) in front of an audience of our peers then please contact me. You can email me through one of my Hubs.
No. Thought of coming to the debate as an observer. But you say it is only for Christians and Muslims. Why not others.? Should we not learn Christianity?
It is not just for Muslims and Christians. Everyone is invited to a debate as an audience member. But for right now, I'm only seeking to debate a Catholic or a Muslim.
If people wish to learn about Christianity they can come hear me speak every sunday at 9:30am at my church. I teach the Christian worldview every Sunday at 9:30am at New England Baptist Church 30 Salem St (medford square) Medford MA 02155
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