For regular continued comments by Boer on Christian-Muslim issues, see www.ChristianMuslimWorld.blogspot.com.
introducing the series:
Studies in Christian-Muslim Relations
(A 9-volume series – Total of 2700 pages)
- Vol. 1: Nigeria's Decades of Blood (2003) – 155 pages
- Vol. 2: Muslims: Why the Violence (2004) – 193 pages
- Vol. 3: Christians: Why the Muslim Violence? (2004) – 334 pages
- Vol. 4: Muslims: Why We Reject Secularism (2005) – 265 pages
- Vol. 5: Christians: Secularism – Yes and No (2006) – 285 pages
- Vol. 6: Muslims: Why Muslim Sharia Law (2007) – 393 pages
- Vol. 7: Christians: Why We Reject Muslim Law (2008) – 517 pages
- Vol. 8: Christians and Muslims: Parameters for Living Together (2009) – 560 pages
- Vol. 9: Companion CD-ROM (2009) – All volumes plus 1000s of articles
Click on each volume number to bring up a page describing that volume, including chapter outlines and appendices.
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The late Bishop Adeolu Adegbola was a man with wide-ranging interests and sympathies. The fact that this annual series of lectures normally focuses on development and poverty reduction is reflective of one of his major preoccupations.
For reasons I will not take time to explain, this lecture has a different focus, namely the issue of how we handle the sharia challenge. This, too, was one of his strong concerns.
Though the sharia issue appears to have died down, a perusal of the internet indicates that the issue is still ongoing and causing headlines right up into 2011.
other boer writings/lectures on Christian-Muslim relations
Published and Unpublished
“Www: Wholistic World Witness”
Lecture presented at Missions Fest, January, 2008, Vancouver, Canada. Available on CD from Missions Fest www.missionsfestvancouver.ca or e-mail email@example.com
“Western-Christian-Muslim Relations in the Current Crisis – A Christian Challenge”
I have published three slightly different versions of the above online article in different magazines in Canada, US and South Africa, including –
- “Christianity, Islam, and the Secular West.” Perspectives,* Aug/Sept, 2002, pp. 14-18.
- “Western-Christian-Muslim Relations in the Current Crisis: A Christian Challenge.” Woord & Daad,* no. 380, pp. 24-28.
- “Western-Christian-Muslim Relations in the Current Crisis.” Christian Courier,* May 20, 2002.
“Nigerian Islam vs Secularism.” Woord & Daad,* No. 379, 2002, pp. 20-24.
“The Voice of Islam.” Christian Courier,* Nov. 26, 2001
“The Christian-Muslim Standoff in Nigeria”
- Part I: “The Christian Viewpoint.” Christian Courier,* Jan. 22, 2001
- Part II: “The Muslim Viewpoint.” Christian Courier,* Feb. 5, 2001
“The Nigerian Christian-Muslim Standoff: Some Underlying Issues”
TCNN Research Bulletin, No. 33, March, 2000, pp. 4-23. TCNN website: www.tcnn.edu
“Christianity and Islam under Colonialism in Northern Nigeria”
Jos, Nigeria: Institute of Church and Society, 1988. 68 pp. In dialogue with a former Nigerian Muslim Minister of Education.
Perspectives is “A Journal of Reformed Thought” published by the Reformed Church Press.
Woord & Daad is a magazine from the University of Potchefstroom, South Africa.
Christian Courier is a Christian bi-monthly based in St. Catherines, ON, Canada. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TCNN Research Bulletin – TCNN is the Theological College of Northern Nigeria.
Unpublished Papers Read at West Michigan Theological Society:
- “A Tragedy of Wasted Opportunity: Two Decades of Religious Violence in Nigeria.”
- “The Nigerian Christian-Muslim Standoff: Some Underlying Issues; Parameters for a Solution.”
- “Islam Vs Secularism: The Nigerian Radical Position.”