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Muslim conversions to Christ : a critique of insider movements in Islamic contexts

Author: Ayman S Ibrahim; Ant B Greenham
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Muslim Conversions to Christ focuses on the so-called Insider Movement (as promoted by certain missiologists). Drawing on international scholars and practitioners in the fields of the history and nature of Islam, the Qur'an, Christian-Muslim relations, biblical theology, and practical missiology, this book presents a solid academic rejoinder to the IM phenomenon. Moreover, it brings into the conversation the voices  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Muslim conversions to Christ.
New York : Peter Lang, [2018]
(DLC) 2018007317
(OCoLC)1025363735
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ayman S Ibrahim; Ant B Greenham
ISBN: 9781433154317 1433154315
OCLC Number: 1039888316
Description: 1 online resource (xxvii, 532 pages) : illustrations
Contents: The patriarch and the insider movement: debating Timothy I, Muhammad, and the Qur'an / Brent Neely --
Building a missiological foundation: modality and sodality / Bill Nikides --
Why the church cannot accept Muhammad as a prophet / James Walker --
Muslim followers of Jesus, Muhammad and the Qur'an / Harley Talman --
Who makes the Qur'an valid and valuable for insiders? Critical reflections on Harley Talman's views on the Qur'an / Ayman S. Ibrahim --
Biblical salvation in Islam? The pitfalls of using the Qur'an as a bridge to the gospel / Al Fadi --
Insider movements: sociologically and theologically incoherent / Joshua Fletcher --
The biblical basis for insider movements: asking the right question, in the right way / Kevin Higgins --
The New Testament record: no sign of Zeus insiders, Artemis insiders, or unknown-god Insiders / Fred Farrokh --
Communal solidarity versus brotherhood in the New Testament / Ant Greenham --
Messianic Judaism and deliverance from the two covenants of Islam / Mark Durie --
Word games in Asia Minor / Duane Alexander Miller --
'Son of God' in Muslim idiom translations of scripture / Donald Lowe --
Taw'id: implications for discipleship in the Muslim context / Mike Kuhn --
A practical look at discipleship and the Qur'an / M. Barrett Fisher --
Essential inside information on the insider movement / Paige Patterson --
A response to insider movement methodology / M. David Sills --
Silver bullets, ducks, and the gospel ministry: should we seek one best solution for winning people to Christ? / George Martin --
Radical discipleship and faithful witness / Timothy K. Beougher --
Watching the insider movement unfold / Georges Houssney --
The great commission and the greatest commandment / James Cha --
Opening the door: moving from the Qur'an to New Testament anointing / Don McCurry --
The insider movement: is this what Christ eequires? / Carol B. Ghattas --
Our believing community is a cultural insider but theological outsider (CITO) / Abu Jaz --
Question marks on contextualization! / Weam Iskander --
A BMB's identity is in Christ, not Islam / Ahmad Abdo --
Let their voice be heard / Azar Ajaj --
A former Muslim comments on the insider movement / Ali Boualou --
The insider movement and Iranian Muslims / Mohammad Sanavi --
A disturbing field report / Richard Morgan --
The insider movement and life in a local body of believers: an impossible union from the start / Daniel L. Akin.
Responsibility: edited by Ayman S. Ibrahim and Ant Greenham.

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