#128: J. Dudley Woodberry – Sharing the love of Jesus with Muslims today – Podcast
J. Dudley Woodberry – Sharing the love of Jesus with Muslims today
J. Dudley Woodberry and Graham Hill discuss how we might share the love of Jesus with Muslims today. The Global Church Project podcast episode #128.
“In these troubled times, with the increased interest in peacebuilding between Muslims and Christians and the increased responsiveness to the gospel among Muslims, it is evidently the fullness of time for Muslims. Let us as individuals and as an institution actively participate in what God is doing.”
~ Dr. Woodberry, in his sermon during the 50th anniversary celebration of the School of Intercultural Studies. See https://www.fuller.edu/faculty/j-dudley-woodberry/
J. Dudley Woodberry is dean emeritus of Fuller Theological Seminary and senior professor of Islamic studies at Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies and is considered one of the foremost Christian scholars of Islam. He has served as consultant on the Muslim world to President Carter, the State Department, USAID, and other US government agencies. He has also been an active part of the Zwemer Institute for Muslim Studies and has served as coordinator and acting senior associate of the Muslim track of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization.
Woodberry served as dean of the School of World Mission at Fuller Seminary, now the School of Intercultural Studies, from 1992 to 1999. He also served as a teacher in Pakistan and a pastor in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia, and has ministered in at least 35 predominantly Muslim nations around the world.
In addition to writing numerous articles and book chapters, Woodberry’s more recent books include From Seed to Fruit: Global Trends, Fruitful Practices, and Emerging Issues among Muslims (revised and enlarged 2nd ed., 2010), Paradigm Shifts in Christian Witness: Insights from Anthropology, Communication, and Spiritual Power (coedited, 2008), Resources for Peacemaking in Muslim Christian Relations (coedited, 2006), and Muslim and Christian Reflections on Peace: Divine and Human Dimensions (coedited, 2005). He has also coedited Missiological Education for the 21st Century: The Book, the Circle, the Sandals (1996) and edited Muslims and Christians on the Emmaus Road (1989). Recent teaching and lecturing trips have taken him to Afghanistan, Lebanon, Egypt, Thailand, and China.
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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