Controversy at Wheaton over Christianity & Islam

From this week’s edition of Ministry Briefing:

Wheaton professor Larycia Hawkins, a tenured member of the school’s political science department, was suspended and is due for a formal review after sharing comments that compared Islam with Christianity. The school was most concerned that Hawkins, who is also wearing a hijab in solidarity with Muslims in her town, commented that Muslims and Christians both worship one God. Hawkins provided context for her remarks by citing theologian Miroslav Volf.

Link to full article:  Christianity Today

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  • Jeff Ruble January 4, 2016 Reply

    Muslim’s are of their father the devil… John 8:44

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