World Religions

Idolatry: Not Thinking Rightly about God—A. W. Tozer (1897-1963)

A. W. Tozer served thirty-one years as the pastor of Chicago’s Southside Gospel Tabernacle (1928-1959), edited a Christian magazine, and was a prolific writer. Discerning the lack of true spiritual vitality within the Church of his day, Tozer dedicated his life’s work to calling the Church back to a radical obedience to Christ. Termed by …

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Missionaries in Muslim Contexts—Recommended Resources

As part of our ongoing BibleMesh Conversations event series we had the pleasure of hearing from Dr. Peter Riddell, interviewed by Dr. Benjamin Quinn on “Missionaries in Muslim Contexts.” Dr. Riddell addressed several questions which we may highlight in posts to the BibleMesh blog in the coming weeks, such as “What are some crucial ‘landmines …

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The Difference between Allah and Jesus—Mosab Hassan Yousef (1978 – )

Mosab Hassan Yousef is the son of sheik Hassan Yousef, a co-founder of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. Raised a Muslim in Israel’s West Bank, he developed increasing animosity toward Jews until he went to jail at age 18 for buying weapons to war against Israel. In custody, however, he agreed to spy within Hamas …

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“An Elemental Moral Code”—Hugh Heclo

Hugh Heclo, a professor of political science at George Mason University, argued at Harvard University in March 2006 that American democracy depends upon Christianity. Politically, morally, and socially, the doctrines of the Christian faith nurtured democracy. While many grant that religion in general is an important cultural foundation, Heclo asserted that Christianity specifically is a …

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