How Islam Plans to Change the World (updated)
Author: William Wagner
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The unfolding conflict between Islam and the West is not just a clash of cultures--it is a head-to-head confrontation between a religion intent on world dominance and a culture confused and unsettled by rising violence. In this revealing book, a veteran Christian missionary to the Muslim world examines the rapid worldwide growth of Islam and credits it to a well-financed missions strategy. This "loose strategy" is advanced through three tactical methods: jihad (holy war), Da'wah (missions), and mosques (presence). William Wagner's analysis includes an overview of Islamic philosophy and methodology, writings from the secular press, and quotations from Islamic writers. His conclusions about Islam's growth, which is neither spontaneous nor accidental, should spur Christians on to become much more active in living out their faith and proclaiming the truth found in Jesus Christ.
William Wagner (DMiss, Fuller Theological Seminary; MDiv, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is president of Olivet University. In 2003, he was elected as the second vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention and prior to that served as a missionary with SBC's International Mission Board for more than thirty years. During that time he chaired the Muslim Awareness Committee of the European Baptist Federation and spoke extensively in the Middle East and Europe, training missionaries to minister to Muslims.
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