The Mosaic Course: Understanding World Religions from a Christian Perspective Study Guide
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The Mosaic Course: Understanding World Religions from a Christian Perspective Study Guide

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How do we affirm the biblical notion that Jesus is the only way to God while respecting people of other religious traditions and worldviews?

In The Mosaic Course: Understanding World Religions from a Christian Perspective, Matthew P. John answers this complex question by taking readers on an exciting journey exploring hidden revelations of Jesus Christ in world religions. Christians are equipped to engage in open and respectful dialogue with people of differing worldviews, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Sikhism, Judaism, and Secularism, as they use this study guide in conjunction with the Mosaic Video Series that is available at themosaiccourse.org.

Without compromising the fundamental faith conviction that Jesus is the only way to God, this study guide empowers readers to share their faith with people of other religious traditions in a culturally sensitive fashion.

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Title: The Mosaic Course: Understanding World Religions from a Christian Perspective Study Guide
By: Mathew P. John
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: David C Cook
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 0830780750
ISBN-13: 9780830780754
Stock No: WW780750

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Originally an electrical engineer from India, Mathew P. John transitioned from technology to theology with a master’s degree in theological studies from the University of Toronto (Canada) and a PhD in intercultural studies from Fuller Theological Seminary (USA). He has acquired over two decades of teaching experience in academic as well as ecclesiastical platforms and has written extensively in the areas of theology, anthropology, and world religions.
 

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