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Muslim: Neighbor or Enemy?

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Students can agree and disagree with well-known Christian writer Philip Yancey in his article, Paris and Beyond:  J. Dudley Woodberry, a specialist in Islam at Fuller Theological Seminary, asks, Is the Muslim my enemy or my brother? His answer: both.  A central difference exists between the two faiths. One, born at Pentecost, thrives cross-culturally and even counter-culturally, often coexisting with oppressive governments. The other, geographically anchored in Mecca, was founded simultaneously as a religion and a state.

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