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Educating and training Christians to understand and relate to Muslims
Vol. 17, No. 1, Suffering and Power in Christian-Muslim Relations: The Political Challenge of Islam Today and its Implications for the Church in Education and Mission (JANUARY 2000), pp. 14-17
Published by: Sage Publications, Ltd.
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A checklist for educators to assess our present performance and future plans. Colin Chapman believes that at present, Christian beliefs about Islam and Muslims are often deeply flawed. He seeks a training which gets at the truth of Islam on the ground, and approaches Muslims with human warmth.
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