Evangelizing Muslims

Discussion in 'Missions / Witnessing / eVangelism' started by Rev. G, Oct 22, 2002.

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    Venceslaus Budovetz, originally from Budapest, spent more than ten years in western Europe, studying in Protestant universities. In his travels he became acquainted with some of the most renowned Evangelical scholars and religious leaders of his time, such as Theodore Beza. A convinced Calvinist, he became the first Protestant missionary to the Muslims.

    Samuel Zwemer, who is largely regarded as "the" missionary to find success in Muslim areas, believed that the Gospel, taught and lived from a Reformed worldview, is the only way to effectively reach Muslims.

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