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Christian Ministry in a Muslim Context was developed to train Christians to understand how to relate to the Muslim culture. The author writes from experience as a missionary for several years in South Asia and the Philippines. Students are introduced to the significantly different Islamic culture, worldview, and practices and the adjustments a Christian needs to make to appreciate, communicate, and relate to Muslim people. Objectives for the course include how to contextualize an individual’s lifestyle to facilitate relevant ministry and how to prepare a contextualized message for sharing the gospel with Muslim people. The course helps the student understand the spiritual conditions of the Muslim culture and what is helpful for effective ministry.


If you are enrolled in this course for three credits, the third credit will be earned by completing a collateral reading assignment (CRA) based on the textbook "Guests of the Sheik: An Ethnography of an Iraqi Village by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea.

Christian Ministry in a Muslim Context

SKU: MIS4012-3
35,00 €Price
  • Study Guide

    Harry Morin

    Christian Ministry in a Muslim Context

    2nd edition, 352 pages

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