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“The grace that evangelicals have received in their hearts can—and must—be lived out in every aspect of their public lives alongside their Muslim neighbors. As evangelicals interact with Islam at work and school, in politics and business, through the media and the marketplace, the hospitality they have received from Christ must be given to their Muslim neighbors.”

Matthew Kaemingk, Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics and Associate Dean for Fuller Texas

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