Welcome to the second Biblical Missiology PodCast.
In this episode a panel talks about the terminology of the word “Christian” and it’s use by believers, how muslims see it, and whether or not we should be using the term.
Title: What’s in a Name
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- Pierre Houssney – Evangelism & Discipleship teacher and Director of Communications for Horizons International. He frequents the Middle East doing ministry and training. He is part Lebanese, and part American, truly a third culture.
- Al-Fadi – Former Wahabbi Muslim from Saudi Arabia, Co-Author of “Quran Dilemma“, Researcher, editor, writer and translator of numerous ministries including “Answering Islam” and runs an outreach ministry designed of non-Muslim and Christians.
- Elijah Abraham – Elijah Abraham was born in Iraq and grew up as a Muslim. Due to persecution from Saddam’s Embassy and its spies Elijah fled to the United States in mid 1980’s and began to attend regularly a church wherein he eventually became a convert to Christianity. He obtained a degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He is executive director of Living Oasis Ministries and is a speaker at many conferences around the nation.