Perhaps no other topic has generated more recent interest—not to mention heat, light, and storms!—among missionaries than contextualizing the Christian faith in Islamic settings.
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Avram has brought together twelve prominent scholars to discuss the theological implications of current political rhetoric, policy, leadership and international relations.
Awake Africa I read “Awake Africa” nodding in recognition of well-intentioned but inappropriate generosity.
This book is a compendium of the papers presented at the 2002 EMS/IFMA annual conference. The theme of the conference was “Encountering World Religions.”
Actions really do speak louder than words—especially for first-term missionaries tongue-tied with learning a new language and adapting to a culture.
According to the constitution of Malaysia, a Malay is a Muslim. Yet Hilmy Nor is a Malay Christian.
Something truly remarkable is happening in the world today. Authoritarian structures of every kind may have finally met their match. From Berlin to Baghdad, Kiev to Cape Town, and Beirut to Beijing, the world is incredibly and irreversibly being changed.
When this book crossed my desk, my first notion was to regard the title as an oxymoron. But that description would do the compilers an injustice.
Awhile ago I taught a modular class on spiritual warfare at a theological seminary in West Africa. Every time I return to such places I am reminded of how ill-prepared I was for missionary service when I first went to the field.
I wish this book had been written several years ago. Zondervan published this work as part of the Counterpoints Series on the fiftieth anniversary of the contemporary Church Growth Movement.