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Al-Hallaj was a sufi mystic from ~900 years after the time of Jesus. He was enamored of the Jesus he knew of, but his own sources and influence were primarily Islamic and his idea of who Jesus was matches the non-divine prophet of Islamic teaching rather that the divine savior of Christianity. He tried to live after the pattern of the stories he had and used ...


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"Earning the right to be heard" is a phrase which describes very well what some missionaries are attempting to do by establishing schools in the country and culture to which they've been called of God. I like that phrase, because perhaps nothing else creates an entre into a people-group better than good works or deeds performed in the name of Christ. ...


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There are several reasons as to why Christian missionaries start schools. I am taking a missionary class called Perspectives on the World Christian Movement and some of their reasons are as follows: Making/building something to improve their lives(i.e. a school) is one way to make the people open up and be accepting towards you and your message. Many times ...



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