Please Join us in thanking God for Mere Anglicanism 2016 held in Charleston SC

One of the greatest challenges for Christians at the dawn of the 21st century is the power and influence of Islam. As the world’s two great missionary religions, Christianity and Islam are often at odds with one another, and the tension can at times feel palpable. How are we as Christians to respond to the threat and challenge of this growing and energetic religion? What should be the Church’s reaction in light of the Lord’s Great Commission to make disciples of all men? What does the Apostle Paul mean when he reminds believers that “the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds”? Join us this year at Mere Anglicanism as we explore “The Cross and the Crescent: The Gospel and the Challenge of Islam.”

You may find the schedule here and a list of speakers there.


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5 comments on “Please Join us in thanking God for Mere Anglicanism 2016 held in Charleston SC

  1. New Reformation Advocate says:

    Blessings on all those participating in this year’s version of Mere Anglicanism, organizers, presenters, and attenders alike. Alas, I can’t be there myself. But I always look forward to watching the video’s later. Especially this year, because the topic of seriously coming to terms with the profound challenge posed by a resurgent Islam is so crucial and timely.

    David Handy+

  2. Katherine says:

    Terrific conference, powerful presentations, much food for thought.

  3. Blue Cat Man says:

    I could not agree with Katherine more. The conference speakers were powerful, articulate and caused much thinking. The worship services were moving with powerful sermons by the Rev. Chris Royer of Anglican Frontier Missions.

  4. tjmcmahon says:

    May they go in peace, to love and serve the Lord.

  5. Jeff Walton says:

    A good event — I was happy this year that Mere Anglicanism and the March for Life were on different weeks, so that I could participate in both.