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Dr. Kevin Moore

Kevin Moore is currently self-employed and pursues a variety of interests, including investments, adjunct teaching, and writing New Testament commentary for Homiletics. He is the author of Can Any Good Come From Nazareth? Following From a Distance. He also assists his wife Candace with her furniture business in which they repurpose antique and vintage pieces. Kevin previously taught science and Bible at Brentwood Christian School and physics at University High in Waco. He’s a graduate of Lipscomb University (B.A.), Abilene Christian University (M.A.), and holds a Ph.D. from the Joint PhD Program of the University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology.
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Christian Encounters with other Cultures & Faiths

Posted by Dr. Kevin Moore on August 2, 2017 at 9:30 AM

What does it mean for Christians to encounter adherents of other religious traditions? Living in an ambulatory, pluralistic world such intersections are inevitable. While these encounters were less frequent in the past due to more limited mobility, this is no longer true. We can circumnavigate the globe quickly and with relative ease via commercial air carriers. In addition, social media has created the possibility of communicating with the vast majority of people on the planet. Given this reality, it is vital for Christians who serve or intend to serve in ministry—along with any others who have the slightest evangelistic bent—to prepare themselves for such conversations. This course, Christian Encounters with Other Cultures, attempts to address this opportunity brought to our doorstep.

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