MIS6640 Theories & Methods of Sharing Your Faith with Muslim Friends

Course Overview

Educational Level: Graduate, Master
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: STAFF

Course Description:

Analysis of theories, philosophy, methods and strategies for engaging with Muslim friends, coworkers and acquaintances in Biblically faithful yet culturally appropriate ways. Evangelistic strategies and basic discipleship plans will be considered.

How This Course Benefits Students:

Learners need to develop a framework, culturally-appropriate approaches and effective techniques that help them analyze Islam and its belief system. Students ministering to those from Islamic cultures need to be aware of the beliefs and lived experience of friends and acquaintances and know the important theological differences between orthodox Christian theology and Islam. Students need to be able to provide evidence-based answers to the questions people might have about the gospel.

Why This Course Is Important:

Islam has over a billion followers spread over Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Americas. All peoples, including Muslim friends, coworkers and acquaintances, need to hear the gospel in a way they can understand and respond and then have the opportunity to be disciples in a faith community. A focused course on sharing the Christian faith with Muslim friends allows students to acquire specialized skills and understanding.