Lamin Sanneh | Engaging Islam & the Post-Western Christian Awakening

Dec 28, 20150 comments

Lamin Sanneh & Graham Hill discuss engaging Islam & our Muslim neighbours, & engaging with the post-Western Christian awakening.

Lamin Sanneh was born in The Gambia. He is descended from the nyanchos, an ancient African royal line. He serves as a professor of Missions and World Christianity and history at Yale Divinity School. He’s the author of more than a dozen books and scores of articles. Lamin Sanneh converted from Islam to Christianity, and writes extensively on the relationship between the two world religions. He also explores the emerging shape of World Christianity.

Lamin Sanneh teaches and conducts research at many prestigious universities: including Yale, Harvard, Cambridge, and the University of London. He’s also a Commander of the National Order of the Lion, Senegal’s highest national honour.

See Also

Dudley Woodberry on “Sharing the love of Jesus with Muslims today.” CLICK HERE.

Lamin Sanneh on “Engaging Islam and the post-Western Christian awakening.” CLICK HERE.

Miroslav Volf on “Overcoming conflict and hatred and indifference, expressing a public faith, and nurturing Muslim-Christian relations.” CLICK HERE.

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