News
  • ‘Insider Movements’ in Muslim missions critiqued

    June 29 2018 by Andrew J.W. Smith, SBTS | with 1 comments
    ‘Insider Movements’ in Muslim missions critiqued

    A new book edited by two Islamic studies seminary professors explores the weaknesses of the popular “Insider Movements” in Muslim missiology. “Muslim Conversions to Christ: A Critique of Insider Movements in Islamic Contexts,” which released last week, is an academic response to a missiological approach that argues Muslims can confess Jesus as Lord and remain Muslim.

    READ MORE
  • ‘Insider Movements’ book called ‘dangerous’

    January 6 2016 by S. Craig Sanders, SBTS | with 0 comments
    ‘Insider Movements’ book called ‘dangerous’

    Eight Southern Baptist missiologists published a lengthy rejoinder Jan. 5 to a recent book advocating the controversial Insider Movements, calling its views “theologically dangerous.” The book’s authors claim converts to Christianity can continue identifying with their previous religious community while following Jesus.

    READ MORE