Letter from Christians to Muslims Continues to Make Waves

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Weeks after a group of Christian leaders endorsed a document calling for increased efforts to work with Muslims, some evangelicals are questioning whether it’s something that any evangelicals should have signed. Baptist Press recently ran two stories, one noting that Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President R. Albert Mohler Jr. said signing such a letter was […]

  • Asinus Gravis

    Leith Anderson’s letter is informed, intelligent, caring, and genuinely Christian.

    Al Mohler and Jim Dobson’s CitizenLink reflect their typical arrogance. Their usual stance on controversial matters is: “my way or the highway”; I have the truth cornered and everyone else is is error.

    Mohler’s position is that he refuses to even enter into a conversation with someone who does not share his Christology. He insists on trying to convert the other parties to his theology as a precondition for discussion of any other issue. That effectively closes the door to any fruitful conversation on any matter of importance. How STUDID!!!