THE SHARIA OF GOD
This letter concerns Bradford Greer’s “The Sharia of God: A Contextual Bridge for Islamic Contexts” (July 2008).
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THE SHARIA OF GOD
With all due respect to politicians and members of the mission community, isn’t exaggeration and truth-shading something to be avoided?
by Dana L. Robert, ed. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2140 Oak Industrial Drive NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505, 2008, 320 pages, $40.00. —Reviewed by James Bertsche, former missionary to Congo (DRC) and executive secretary of Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission. The Christian mission has, along the way, encountered energetic criticism. In some cases, the dissent sees . . . read more
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