The ‘Same God Question’ Revisited

In the December issue of Themelios  Fred Farrokh (a Muslim-background Christian who currently serves as an international trainer with Global Initiative) has written an article looking at how Muslim scholars view the question, "Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?"(subsequently referred to as SGQ). The article is available online at this link. Farrokh points …

Continue reading The ‘Same God Question’ Revisited

So what if they have their own sacred books?

Revelation is the foundational theological issue in contextualization (see my "Contextualization: Theological and Cultural Issues in Evangelical Models" on the SEND U wiki). Evangelical Christianity maintains that the Bible is God's unique self-disclosure. Our SEND statement of faith says, "that it is the only infallible Word of God, and the supreme and final authority in …

Continue reading So what if they have their own sacred books?

No God But One: Allah or Jesus? a review

Nabeel Qureshi, the author of the best-selling Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, has written another helpful book that examines the evidence that led him to trust in Jesus. No God but One: Allah or Jesus?  is further described on the cover by the words "A former Muslim investigates the evidence for Islam and Christianity." The investigation is framed …

Continue reading No God But One: Allah or Jesus? a review