Fresh Vision for the Muslim World

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Drawing on his two decades in the Middle East, Mike Kuhn calls Christians to approach Muslims not by the broad road of fear and self-preservation, but by the narrow road of empathy and deep listening.
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Overview

Drawing on his two decades in the Middle East, Mike Kuhn calls Christians to approach Muslims not by the broad road of fear and self-preservation, but by the narrow road of empathy and deep listening.
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Editorial Reviews

Doctor - David Lundy
"Mike Kuhn will get you thinking about your view of Muslims, eschatology, and how best to present the One who is more than a prophet to Muslims."
Doctor - Nabeel T. Jabbour
"He dares to get into issues that very few evangelicals dare to get into. He addresses these issues biblically and in a scholarly manner."
Phil Parshall
"Kuhn incarnated his life and witness in the Middle East for many years. Kuhn's love for Muslims shines throughout this volume. His assessment of the current 'clash of civilizations' is one of the best I have read."
Dr. David Lundy
"Mike Kuhn will get you thinking about your view of Muslims, eschatology, and how best to present the One who is more than a prophet to Muslims."
Dr. Nabeel T. Jabbour
"He dares to get into issues that very few evangelicals dare to get into. He addresses these issues biblically and in a scholarly manner."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780830856558
  • Publisher: InterVarsity Press
  • Publication date: 10/9/2009
  • Pages: 290
  • Sales rank: 1,364,051
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Mike Kuhn married Stephanie in 1983 and for the next twenty-two years lived in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. As he befriended his Muslim neighbors, what he learned experiencing day-to-day life was more than any book or university could have ever taught him about engaging the Muslim world.

He grew to love not only Muslims, but also the Arabic language and now teaches it at the college level. Mike's ongoing friendship with believers from an Islamic background continues to influence his understanding of God's pursuit to reconcile all nations to himself.

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Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Part I: A Visionary Paradigm
1 Casting a New Kind of Vision
Part II: A Historical Perspective
2 A History of Complicity: Who, Me?
3 Give Back My Holy Land!
4 Two World Wars and a New Reality
Part III: A Theological Dimension
5 Your Truth or Mine?
6 Jesus' Kingdom in the Muslim World Today
7 The Israel of God
8 What's Next or What's Now?
9 Perspective Makes All the Difference
Part IV: A Reality Check
10 Reformation à la Islam
11 "Thou Shalt Not Be Terrorized"
Part V: Steps to Incarnation
12 God on Mission, Human Beings on Mission
13 Living the Kingdom, Extracting the Empire
Notes
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