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Topic: Mission and Evangelism
I still remember the exact feeling in my stomach when I watched those planes crash into the Twin Towers on September 11th, 2001. I watched the TV in horror and disbelief as sickening, vicious butterflies gnawed my insides and rose…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer
Just over seventy years ago, in December of 1946, Samuel Zwemer addressed the first student missions conference that eventually became Urbana. According to Yale historian Kenneth Scott Latourette, “No one, through all the centuries of Christian mission to the Muslims,…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism
Cyril of Thessalonica (ca. 826-869) is remembered in mission history for his work among the Slavs and Arab Muslims in Samarra (modern Iraq) as well as Jewish and Muslim Khazars (southern Russia). He responded to the Byzantine emperor’s call to…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism
I have just returned from an amazing conference in the far East! There were approximately 1000 people present, and though some were still in university, most were holding down jobs in well-respected careers. Caucasians, like myself, were rare. Some pastors…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism
The global refugee crisis reached a peak this year, and is still climbing. At this time in human history there are more refugees and displaced people than at any other time on planet earth. 65.3 million or 1/113 human beings…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism
A Muslim immigrant recently lamented on his experience of acculturation into American society. He reported surprise at how cold Christians were, concluding this after not having been invited to anyone’s home for several years. The Muslim community welcomed him of…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics
As Christians involve themselves – for good and for bad – in the divisive politics and cultural struggles of our nation, it is assumed they do so to preserve and advance a moral ethic consistent with Scripture. Unfortunately, it can…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism
Recent research by LifeWay Research, under the leadership of Ed Stetzer, suggests that American views on Islam are very much polarized, particularly among  pastors.  What is most surprising is that while some protestant pastors see Islam in a more favorable…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism
My first year after leaving Islam and coming to Christ was wild–a roller coaster of emotions. I have often said that being Muslim is to be in a crowded universe. I had the habit of using Arabic phrases, like Insha’Allah…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith
Years ago I had a conversation with a Muslim who was being critical of the Bible for several reasons.  One that I found very interesting was that he thought it was horrible that the Bible portrayed Jesus as a terrorist. …
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism
Many Christians are unaware that Muslims have an annual celebration that commemorates Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son and God’s merciful provision of a substitute ram in his place. The celebration is called Eid-al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice). The celebration takes…
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Topic: Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, Samuel Zwemer, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, Mission and Evangelism, History & Politics, Mission and Evangelism, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Faith & Practice, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism
I have been suspicious of conversion stories since I read Augustine’s Confessions and saw how he agonized over stealing some pears from his neighbor’s tree and yet forgetting to mention his illegitimate child and any contrition about that. On the…
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