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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women
The last session on folk Islam will help us recognize more aspects of superstitious and occult influences in Muslim culture, but it will also challenge us to use God’s Word as our defense in all aspects of spiritual warfare. Session…
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women
You will now meet four feminists whose writing has influenced the Muslim world. Don’t allow the criticism of feminism among many Christians to cloud your ability to listen carefully to these women and the foundation of their beliefs. Session 40…
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women
To understand FGM as well as other facets of Islamic societies, it is essential to understand the strong role that shame and honor wield on the thinking and action of Muslims. It is here that Ms. Stacey begins this session.…
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women
Female circumcision (or FGM=female genital mutilation) of Muslim women is practiced in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and among Muslims living in Western countries. The next two session address this critical, disturbing women’s issue. Session 37 Outline
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women
Birth control & abortion have a profound impact on women. You’ll be surprised at the moderate approach of Muslim governments to these issues, but remember that population has a profound impact on a country’s economy. Session 35 Outline
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women
Some moderate Muslim thinkers want to move Islamic countries forward in the area of human rights, but how can they argue against traditional interpretations of the divine law of the Qur’an? What reforms are taking place? Session 34 Outline
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This and the next session will cover issues related to human rights and law reform, particularly as they affect women. Muslim countries claim to agree with the United Nations statements on human rights. Session 33 Outline
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, History & Politics, Muslim Women
Considering some of the Muslim views toward women, it may seem unlikely that they could find positions of leadership. But this session will cover two areas where women have and continue to exert influence on Muslim societies. Session 32 Outline
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, History & Politics, Muslim Women, Mission and Evangelism, Muslim Women
This is the first of an important unit in the course, for Ms. Stacey now gives you very specific advice–based on her years of experience–about how best to build and nurture relationships based on good communication. Learn well! Session 23…
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, History & Politics, Muslim Women, Mission and Evangelism, Muslim Women, Folk Islam, Muslim Women
Ms. Stacey will share very personal experiences in this session. You may struggle with some of what you hear, but be sure to note some very important principles for thinking through supernatural events should you encounter them. Session 19 Outline
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, History & Politics, Muslim Women, Mission and Evangelism, Muslim Women, Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Folk Islam, Muslim Women
The next three sessions are based on another paper written by Ms. Stacey entitled “Muslim Women, the Supernatural, the Occult, and Power Encounter.” The sessions also reference sections of “The Unseen Face of Islam,” by Bill Musk Session 18 Outline
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Topic: Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, Education & Society, Muslim Women, History & Politics, Muslim Women, Mission and Evangelism, Muslim Women, Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Folk Islam, Muslim Women, Mission and Evangelism, Muslim Women
You will meet a great saint in this session, Esther John, a human, a woman born a Muslim, and a Christian. Esther John, born Qamar in India, came to know Christ and lived her short life as His joyous, consecrated…
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