This journal seeks to create space for Evangelical scholars
and practitioners to dialogue about the dynamics, challenges, practices and
theology surrounding interfaith work, in faithfulness to the gospel of Jesus
and His mission for His Church.
Aims of this Journal
In light of our commitment to the authority of Scripture and
the gospel of Jesus Christ, this journal seeks to:
Ground interfaith dialogue in the missio
Create space for pioneering Evangelical approaches to interfaith dialogue
drawing on a robust biblical, theological, missiological and psychological
Wrestle together publicly and as a community on the challenges, opportunities
and dangers of engaging in interfaith dialogue.
Begin to heal the divisions within Evangelicalism between “mission” and
“dialogue” by articulating the missiological guidelines for dialogue.
Foster discussion on interfaith issues between faculty, students and
practitioners from Evangelical traditions from across the globe.
Edited by Cory Willson and Matthew Krabill