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The Gospel And The Qur'an

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This episode features a lesson given by Dr. Evertt Huffard presented at the Madison church of Christ during a workshop on Christianity and Islam.  Dr. Evertt W. Huffard is VP/Dean and Professor at Harding School of Theology, in Memphis, Tennessee. He has been teaching leadership and missions for 28 years. In 1997 he received the Distinguished Teacher Award from Harding University. He also served as an elder at the Church of Christ at White Station for ten years. His cross-cultural experiences began as a teenager when his parents moved to Jerusalem, Jordan in 1963. He returned to the USA in 1967 and after graduating from Lubbock Christian University (A.A.), Harding University (B.A.), and Harding School of Theology (M.A. and M.Th.) he served a church in Nazareth, Israel and taught Bible at the Galilee Christian High School. He completed a Ph.D. in Inter-Cultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in 1985 with a focus on the Muslim-Christian encounter. He has ten years of urban ministry experience in Los Angeles and Memphis. He lectures on leadership, missions, biblical archaeology, and the Muslim-Christian encounter. He was a participant in a faith-based diplomacy project with leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in Amman, Jordan in 2011.  For a couple of decades he has served as a consultant for church leaders and mission teams. He consulted or participated in leadership retreats and seminars in 30 churches in AR, CA, CT, FL, GA, KS, IN, MO, MT, NC, NJ, OR, TN, and TX as well as in Canada and Switzerland. He has assisted with leadership development for mission teams to Africa, Australia, Middle East, South America and Europe. Every year for the past 27 years he has taught a course on “Spiritual Leadership.” He also teaches a Doctor of Ministry seminar on Developing Leaders. He has also hosted over 25 tour groups to Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan and Israel. Evertt and his wife, Ileene, have three children and seven grandsons.