Mike Kuhn

August 22, 2019

The Commodification of Mission in the Muslim World

by Mike Kuhn A commodity—something that is bought and sold. Mission—the loving and joyful response of Christ’s followers to disciple the nations, holding forth Jesus’ life and teaching among all the peoples of the world.
July 11, 2019

Getting the Trinity out of the Ivory Tower

by Mike Kuhn Are there any “ivory tower theologians” out there? I have never seen an ivory tower…and I suppose that’s the point. Ivory tower theologians are presumably dealing with things nobody cares about, things that make no practical difference in day-to-day life. I remember chuckling at “Owl” as I […]
June 20, 2019

Muslim-Christian Relations and Freedom of Conscience

by Mike Kuhn In reflecting over the long history of Muslim-Christian interaction, it appears some hopeful winds of change are blowing. I realize that runs counter to the conventional view that Islamophobia is on the rise…which I acknowledge. Nevertheless, I see some hopeful signs.
January 17, 2019

East and West: Putting Our Best Foot Forward

by Mike kuhn I recently learned that Eugene Peterson, author, pastor and Bible translator, passed away. At the same time, I was also reflecting on the death of a cherished and esteemed leader of the church in the Middle East—Ghassan Khalaf, pastor, mentor, theologian and Bible translator who also served […]