Interview with Dr. Ant Greenham About His New Book

Recently two Southern Baptist missiologists and professors have put together a book addressing one of the most crucial questions about Muslim evangelism and Missions. Dr Ant Greenham, Associate Professor of Missions and Islamic Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Dr. Ayman Ibrahim, Bill and Connie Jenkins Associate Professor of Islamic Studies and director of […]

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How Should Christians Respond to the Growing Muslim Population in the United States?

Micah Fries, senior pastor of Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Keith Whitfield, associate professor of Christian theology, dean of graduate studies, and vice president for academic administration at Southeastern Baptist Theology Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina, have put together a new book to address this important question: “How should Christians respond to […]

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When Refugees Move to Town

The following blog post is the transparent story of what I learned from my first interaction with a refugee to the US.  The purpose of this post is not to take a political stance. Rather, my desire is to “humanize” the issue in a way that may bring a bit of understanding to Christ followers.  […]

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And who is my neighbor? Reflections on Muslim immigration

Yesterday we recommended a helpful article concerning Muslim immigration by Marty Duren. In the article, Marty responds to negative attitudes about Muslim immigration to the US, and offers some sound reasoning for churches, and of course believers, in the States. Today, we would like to build off this foundation and provide a few positive steps […]

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A Recommended Read on Muslim Immigration

For those of you who follow our blog, you are familiar with our Peoples Next Door project. We spend a good deal of time around here talking about this unprecedented movement of people. God is bringing so many unreached peoples from around the world and settling them in our neighborhoods. The least reached are increasingly […]

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It’s Ramadan, so meet your Muslim neighbor.

You have a Muslim neighbor. You may think you don’t. He may be across town, or she may live on your street. In recent posts, I pointed out the overwhelming arrival of the nations to the United States. Like I said, chances are you have a Muslim neighbor, and if there was ever a time […]

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