St Matthew’s Anglican Church in conjunction with Willowcreek NZ  invite you to attend

Which God? Understanding Islam, presented by Mark Durie – Mark  is a theologian, human rights activist, Anglican pastor a Shillman-Ginsburg Writing Fellow at the Middle East Forum, and Adjunct Research Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Islam and Other Faiths at Melbourne School of Theology.You can read more about Mark at:

Learning outcomes from mini-seminars:

  • Gain a good overview of Islam and key points of difference between Christianity and Islam (and between Jesus and Muhammad)
  • Understand the radical Islamic agenda and how it is impacting the West.
  • Understand how and why Christians are persecuted under Islamic conditions, and why this is increasing around the world.
  • Understand the core spiritual issues involved in engaging with Islam and Muslims
  • Understand how God is reaching Muslims with the good news of Jesus, why this is acelerating – for example the Iranian church is said to be the fastest growing church in the world – and what this means for the mission of local churches everywhere.

Dates and Venue

Friday 19 June

Mini-Seminar – the teaching in the mini-seminars is specially tailored by a pastor for pastors
3.00 – 5.00pm
St Matthew’s Anglican Church
30 Hope Street, Dunedin 9016
Cost: $37.50 (Early bird rate to 15 May)
$45.00 (Regular rate)
To make Bookings for the Mini-Seminar, visit or phone 07 282-0092. 

Public MeetingOpen to All
7.30 – 9.00pm
St Matthews Anglican Church
30 Hope Street, Dunedin 9016
Cost: Gold coin plus offering
Public meetings: no pre-registration required

Reference Code: CBKK
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