Category: Reflections on Islam

Different Pools, Different Fish: The Mistake of ‘One Size Fits All’ Solutions to the Challenge of Effective Outreach Among Muslims

“Different fields have different grasshoppers; different pools have different fish.” The wisdom of this Indonesian proverb has often been missed in discussions about Islam and...

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The Dynamics and Diversity of Islam: South Asian Perspectives

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2016 Missiology Lectures: “Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian Theological and Missiological...

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A Muslim Counter-Narrative to Challenge the Islamist Extremist Narrative

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers and table leaders for Fuller’s 2016 Missiology Lectures: “Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian...

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Islamic Diversity and Missiological Response

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2016 Missiology Lectures: “Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian Theological and Missiological...

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Christian-Muslim Relations: Are Missiologists Getting Brilliant on Old Ideas?

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2016 Missiology Lectures: “Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian Theological and Missiological...

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Flush Out Your Toxic Thinking about Islam before Election Day!

As we approach election day, at a time when the question of Islam and Muslims in America has become so divisive, it would be easy...

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The Western Frontier

Euro-Islam and the Remaking of Global Faith This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2016 Missiology Lectures: “Dynamics of...

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Breaching the Divide of Islam: Muslim Women at the Margins

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2016 Missiology Lectures: “Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian Theological and Missiological...

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A Call to Love, Not to Fear

No doubt, the American public is rattled after its deadliest terror attack since 9/11. There were the Paris attacks last fall and the Brussels attacks...

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Mission in a World Gone Wild and Violent: Challenging the Monochromatic View of Islam from a Silent Majority Position

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2016 Missiology Lectures: “Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian Theological and Missiological...

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