Islam's Issues, Agendas, and the Great Commission - Dr. Joshua Lingel Christian Apologetics to Islam - Dr. Joshua Lingel Radical Evangelism to Muslims - Dr. Jay Smith Christian and Islamic Theological Issues - Dr. Sasan Tavassoli Behind the Veil of Islam: Gender Issues - Prof. Beth Grove Loving God with All Your Mind - Dr. J.P. Moreland Evidence that Demands a Verdict - Dr. Josh McDowell The Master Plan of Evangelism - Dr. Robert Coleman The Messenger, The Message, and the Community - Dr. Roland Muller Muslim Evangelism and Discipleship - Rev. Georges Houssney Freedom From the Spiritual Agreements of Islam - Dr. Mark Durie Islam's Plans to Change the World - Dr. William Wagner JIHAD, MARTYRDOM, SHI'ISM, AND MUSLIM APOCALYPTIC - DR. DAVID COOK Islamic Antichrist: Examining Islam's Role in the End Times - Prof. Joel Richardson Women In Islam - Dr. Elsie Maxwell Black Muslims and the Nation of Islam - Dr. Carl Ellis Folk Islam in Africa - Dr. Tony Weedor Insider Movements: Critical Assessments The Cutting Edge Between Islam and Christianity - Dr. John Gilchrist The Theology of the Old Testament - Dr. David Talley The Different Aspects of Christianity and Islam - Dr. James White Two Minute Answers

The aim of this 11 hour course is to equip the Christian to effectively engage in evangelism with Muslims through a deeper understanding of the Islamic Worldview. Muslims often raise polemical questions about the Bible, the nature of Jesus, and the origins and development of Christianity. This course discusses a response to those critical questions while assessing the origins and early development of Islam. The research has been peer-reviewed, and covers modern critical scholarship on the Biography of Muhammad, the six genres of Islamic historical tradition, as well as source and textual criticism of the Qur’an.

Subjects in this course also include:

Islamic worldview
The Life and supposed-Prophethood of Muhammad
The miraculous nature of the Qur’an
Textual criticism of the Qur’an
Shariah Law
The nature of Jesus
The origins and development of Christianity
Practical Guidelines to being involved in the Great Commission
The course will assist students in becoming equipped with responses to critical questions (philosophical and theological issues) raised by Muslims that attempt to undermine the foundations of the Christian faith and prove it to be self-contradictory, flawed, or false (This is a defense). Secondly, this class will provide the students with information on Islam and an introduction to polemics that undermine ones confidence in trusting the Islamic historical origins, philosophy or doctrines as true (This is the “offense”).