Note: Originally I wanted to add more essays to our series on “Missions, Culture and Being Biblical” but this turns out not to be the Lord’s will because of things with pastoral ministry and my trip last week through some states in the Mid-West . Here’s a post I didn’t get to finish until now.
Can there be such thing a thing as “Messianic Muslims”? Apparently some missiologists who are associated with the Insider Movement thinks its possible. My contention is that this is problematic.
In what follows I am interacting with the following essay by Shah Ali and J. Dudley Woodberry that was provided as “case studies” in the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement:
Ali, Shah and J. Dudley Woodberry. 2009. “South Asia: Vegetables, Fish and Messianic Mosques.” Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. Ralph D. Winter and Steven C. Hawthorne, eds., 715-717.
Shad Ali is a pseudonym for a…
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