Islam and Ethnic Identity
This article clarifies the relationship between the terms "Arab" and "Muslim," and how Muslims understand themselves. It describes the processes of Islamization and Arabization. At the end it explains how Christians should respond when they encounter Arabs and Muslims.
Alarming Trends in Christian Witness to Muslims
The Missionary Approach to Muslims: L. Blosser on "Contextualization"
Comparative Revelation: The Qu'ran And The Christ
This article argues that if there is a point of comparison between Islam and Christianity, it should be found between Christ and the Qu'ran (or Koran). This is so because to a Muslim, the question is whether the Qu'ran is created or uncreated, and this is the question of the Christian about Christ. Maintaining the difference between the two, the author shows some similarities for engaging Muslims.
Christian and Muslim Relations
Presented here is a discussion that took place at a meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society on relations between Christians and Muslims. Under discussion was the Yale Response to A Common Word.
How Shall We Love Our Muslim Neighbor?
The Muslim Critique of the West
The relationship between the world of Islam and the West is a long and complex one, with many different aspects and dimensions. This article discusses Muslim critique of the West in relation to the spheres of morality, politics, and religion.