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Topic: Refugees
Afghanistan. The land that has mystified and defeated would-be colonizers and conquerors for centuries, now on every social media account known to our current world. Suddenly, everyone has a friend in Afghanistan. It’s uncanny and a bit unnerving. They join…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women
As director of Middle East Women’s Leadership Network, Shirin Taber has led major strategy sessions with world leaders from the United Nations, emphasizing gender equality, peacebuilding, and religious freedom. She also directs Empower Women Media and is the author of…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer
The Zwemer Center can be traced back to “the Muslim Research Institute” of the US Center for World Mission, Pasadena, CA in September 1977. It was founded to undertake the concentrated research needed to finally open the Muslim world to…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives
The Zwemer Center can be traced back to “the Muslim Research Institute” of the US Center for World Mission, Pasadena, CA in September 1977. It was founded to undertake the concentrated research needed to finally open the Muslim world to…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism
Jews, Christians, and Muslims all acknowledge that Jesus is a sign from God. Their present understanding of the meaning of Jesus as a sign is different. The Jews have no problem with the words of Isaiah in chapter 7:14 ‘The…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Ramadan
The woman’s whole household program is changed during Ramadan, the ninth month in the Muslim lunar calendar, the month in which the first sections of the Qur’an were revealed to Muhammad. During this month of fasting all except children, the…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, China
The most memorable–and enjoyable–vacation our family has ever taken was in the mid-1980s, when we visited Xinjiang, in the far corner of northwest China.  At the time, my wife and I were missionaries in Pakistan, and our two sons in…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, China, Contextualization, Mission and Evangelism, Quran & Hadith
The gospel is God’s good news for human beings mired in sin and its consequences. Often, this good news is presented as Jesus’ sacrificial payment of the just penalty for sin. This message is thoroughly biblical, and for many, it…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, China, Contextualization, Mission and Evangelism, Quran & Hadith, ISIS, Radicalism
The jihadist attacks in Paris have grieved and frightened the world again with the reality of Muslims committing violence in the name of Islam. Again we face the question – is Islam inherently violent? Are Muslims required to commit violence…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, China, Contextualization, Mission and Evangelism, Quran & Hadith, ISIS, Radicalism, Mission and Evangelism
What Muslims affirm about Jesus is interesting but what they deny is critical. Still, they never seem to get tired of writing about him,[i] and most are open to talking about him. This is helpful because the greatest question in…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, China, Contextualization, Mission and Evangelism, Quran & Hadith, ISIS, Radicalism, Mission and Evangelism, Apologetics, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer
Biographer J. Christy Wilson has appropriately named Samuel Marinus Zwemer the “Apostle to Islam.”[1]  Zwemer was born to Huguenot-Dutch parents in Vriesland, Michigan on April 12, 1867.[2] As a child, he learned to read and speak three languages, English, Dutch…
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Topic: Refugees, Muslim Women, Samuel Zwemer, Samuel Zwemer, Zwemer Archives, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Ramadan, China, Contextualization, Mission and Evangelism, Quran & Hadith, ISIS, Radicalism, Mission and Evangelism, Apologetics, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, Apologetics
Ramon Lull (d. 1316) is one of the most creative, if not one of the most enigmatic, medieval theologians and apologists to Muslims. A son of the island of Majorca, due east of Valencia, Spain, Lull grew up in an…
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