Below is a link to a recent Muslim-Christian debate between Jay Smith and Khalil Meek, Which Way America: The Bible or the Qur’an?
The topic was the trustworthiness and implications of world views based upon the Christian Bible or the Muslim Qur’an. Jay Smith represented the Christian position. Khalil Meek, an American convert to Islam, spoke represented the Muslim position. Here is a bio of both men taken from MBTS:
Jay Smith is an evangelist and apologist who regularly and energetically debates radical Muslims at Speakers’ Corner in London, England. Smith has a Master’s degree in Islamic studies from Fuller Theological Seminary and is currently working on a Ph.D at the London School of Theology. Born in India, he was influenced by a stay at L’Abri, while a world traveller, and later was convicted to minister to the underserved 800-million Muslim population. Smith is an expert in Christian-Muslim apologetics, and weekly he leads dozens of Christians to the Speakers Corner in Hyde Park, where they engage in debate, answer questions, share their faith and make friends with hundreds of Muslims. Smith emphasizes the use of polemics, over apologetics, with Muslims and has been described as the Unapologetic Apologist in Christianity Today. Smith heads up Hyde Park Christian Fellowship.
Khalil Meek is a native of Texas and was raised in a Baptist family in Dallas. He wanted to be a Baptist minister after graduating from college. However, while studying comparative religion his senior year in college preparing to go to seminary he actually became an American Muslim convert and embraced Islam in 1989. He graduated from the University of North Texas in Denton. Meek has previously held positions such as owner and CEO of Mecca Logistics (freight logistics company), Vice President of ROC Transport, Inc. and General Manager of All American Flooring in Dallas. He is currently the President & CEO of the Muslim Legal Fund of America. He was the past President (and c/o founder) of the Islamic Association of Lewisville / Flower Mound and a past BoD Member & former President of Council on American Islamic Relations (DFW chapter).