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“Western Christianity is defeatist, bland and feeble-hearted”: an interview with Duane Miller on Two Stories of Everything: The Competing Metanarratives of Islam and Christianity (Credo, 2018) 160 pages by Chuck Huckaby and Duane Alexander Miller
The Rev. Chuck Huckaby is the Minister of Congregational Life at First Protestant Church of New Braunfels, Texas, and is a doctoral student at the Institute of Lutheran Theology His research focuses on the Christian Mission
in secular North America and equipping the Church for mission.
The Rev. Dr. Duane Alexander Miller holds a PhD in Divinity (World Christianity) from the U of Edinburgh.
He is adjunct professor at the Protestant Faculty of Theology at Madrid (UEBE) and a member of the pastoral
staff at the Anglican Cathedral of the Redeemer (Madrid). His blog is here! His latest book is “Two Stories of Everything: The Competing Metanarratives of Islam and Christianity” available at Amazon.
Looking for a comparison of Islam and Christianity that is fair and accurate?
Want to know how the relative trajectories of each faith community intersect with the future of the West?
If so, check out Duane Miller’s new book “Two Stories of Everything”.
The follow up interview on the Christian Mission will follow soon at the above link!
Rev. Hugo Gevers, a pastor who works with Muslim refugees in Germany, spoke about “The Church’s Response to the Muslim Refugee Crisis in Germany.” He said, “The trend in Germany is that Christian churches are becoming dominated by migrant former Muslims, most of them fleeing from Islam and Sharia Law.” Much of eastern Germany is atheist, so Muslims have been a blessing by filling empty churches, which are now growing rapidly. Gevers estimated at least 65 of the SELK (Selbständige Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche) churches in Germany currently work with refugees.
“How many bishops in accordance with Canon 1172 have trained anybody or appointed anybody in the diocese of Ireland to help our poor unfortunate people who are oppressed and sometimes possessed by these awful spirits,” Fr Pat said.
“They have abandoned the sheep.”
The Dublin priest said he believes there is a rising fascination with evil spirits in today’s world.