Audio: Pushing People Up by Joel Osteen

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We have the best collection of articles and videos about human psychology and genuine interfaith tolerance

Written and collected by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times

Joel Osteen has no less than a thousand, half hour wonderful presentations, about positive thinking, hope, optimism and success. Most of these are available in YouTube and a few will be linked in this post.

Some of these are repetitions but almost every sermon has some new materials and metaphors.

He is a Christian Pastor but I felt that it would be such a loss if I don’t share these with our Muslim readers. He mostly talks about God of the Abrahamic faiths of Judaism and Christianity. Additionally, for the Muslim readers, whenever he speaks of the Bible we could choose to substitute it with the Quran and whenever he refers to Jesus we can suitably imply Allah or Muhammad, may peace be on him.

By such simple substitution almost all of his presentations become perfectly kosher and halal for the Muslim audience, who can greatly benefit from his oratory and scholarship.

Listening is the modern form of reading and by listening for a few hours, audience can gather years of reading of Osteen.

And I can claim that we have the best collection of articles and videos about human psychology and genuine interfaith tolerance.

Some Muslims worry about the influence of the Christian dogma and I don’t have the slightest fear of those false doctrines, as we have scores of amazing articles to present a rational form of Christianity and expose the absurdity of her dogma like Trinitydivinity of Jesusbirth of GodOriginal Sin and Eucharist.

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1 reply

  1. I’m not a fan of Joel Osteen. Like many others of that ilk, especially in America, he has made a fortune from gullible people. That’s not what religion is supposed to be.

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