Loving Our Muslim Neighbor: An Interview
2020 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Workshop
What is it like for a theologian and minister to live and work at the intersections of Islam and Christianity and the Global South and North? What spiritual practices from the majority world help sustain faithful Christian witness in multireligious contexts? What might this teach those who lead worship or congregational life? A conversation was held with John Azumah, who is an ordained Ghanaian minister in the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, a theologian, and a professor of world Christianity and Islam who has taught on four continents. Hosted by Cory Willson, professor of missiology at Calvin Seminary.
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