Course Objectives

  • DAWA

    Learn how Islam plans to change the world through dawa and how the Christian should respond.

  • JIHAD

    Learn how Islam plans to change the world through Jihad and how the Christian should respond.

  • MOSQUE

    Learn how Islam plans to change the world through building Mosques and how the Christian should respond.

Course Description

In this 8 hour course, Prof. William Wagner presents his study regarding the growth of Islam in modern times. His study, which resulted in a book with the same title, presents the reality that Islam has more plans than to just win people to their religion. Join Prof. Wagner on a discussion to consider what we as Christians can do to understand and change these plans.

  • SESSION 1 Islam’s Plans to Change the World

  • SESSION 2 Islam’s Plans to Change the World through Dawa

  • SESSION 3 Islam’s Plans to Change the World through Jihad

  • SESSION 4 Islam’s Plans to Change the World through the Mosque

  • SESSION 5 Truth and Fear in Islam

  • SESSION 6 Power Encounters with Islam

  • SESSION 7 Intimidation and Persecution in Islam

  • SESSION 8 Islam’s Global Paradigm Shift

  • SESSION 9 Eschatology and Evangelism in Islam

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Instructor

  • Dr. William  Wagner

    Instructor of MMWU Course #20 How Islam Plans to Change the World

    Dr. William Wagner

    Prof. William Wagner is currently the Co-President of the Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies at Olivet University in San Francisco, CA. Previously he has served as a professor at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, as well as possitions of leadership in the Southern Baptist Convention including that of Vice President. Before serving in these positions of leadership, he served as a missionary for more that thirty years with the International Mission Board of the SBC. During that time he chaired the Muslim Awareness Committee of the European Baptist Federation. The has a Masters of Divinity from Southern Baptist Seminary, a Th.D. from the University of South Africa and a Doctor of Missiology from Fuller Theological Seminary.

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