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Jesus and the Jihadis: Confronting the Rage of ISIS: The Theology Driving the Ideology Paperback – October 20, 2015
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Dr. Jeremiah Johnston is a New Testament scholar, teacher, apologist, and sought-after speaker on university campuses, churches and popular venues. His passion is equipping Christians to give intellectually informed accounts of what they believe in the public sphere for the betterment of society. Dr. Johnston completed his doctoral residency in Oxford, in partnership with Oxford Centre for Christian Studies, and received his Ph.D. from Middlesex University (United Kingdom) with commendation. Jeremiah also earned advanced degrees in Theology (awarded with ‘Highest Distinction’) from Acadia University (Canada) and his M.Div. (awarded with ‘Highest Honors’) at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (USA).
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Jesus and the Jihadis: Confronting the Rage of ISIS: The Theology Driving the IdeologyThe times in which we live require all Christians to be equipped to engage in meaningful and missional dialogue with Muslims and this book assists the church to do just that. Jesus and the Jihadis has been written in an accessible manner, focused on guiding the reader by the hand through the halls of history showing how the violence and extremism of terrorist groups like ISIS are rooted in a deeply flawed understanding of God and the human condition. Current opinions about ISIS often suffer from a “politically correct” notion that focuses on this group’s practices but ignores its theology.
This book is beneficial for personal study, and it will also make for an excellent resource for Sunday school classes and small group Bible studies.
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