Summer Journal 2010

In this issue we explore how Richard J. Mouw's notion of convicted civility can help Christians transcend the common polarization between evangelism and dialogue and ground their interactions with people of other religions. Drawing on theological resources and his interfaith experiences with Muslims and Jews, Mouw offers insights that can help Christians be faithful witnesses of Jesus by living alongside and loving their religiously diverse neighbors. The Summer 2010 issue is available for download here.