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AFM Founder and first director Tad de Bordenave argues that the proper and primary filter for reading St. Paul is seeing his determination that the grace of God be extended to all nations. This was his foremost teaching and the centerpiece of his ministry. Alongside the many outstanding emphases that guide the church, this should be out front—as teaching and as clarion call.

AFM cross-cultural worker Duane Miller compares the crucial elements in Christianity’s and Islam’s story-- creation, fall, salvation, and final judgment—to each other, revealing new insights on how Islam, Christianity, and modernity both interact and clash.

AFM cross-cultural worker Duane Miller provides a theological backdrop alongside of practical advice for sharing the Gospel with Muslims in the U.S.

From the origins of Stephen in the Synagogue of the Freemen and moving past the encounter with Jesus near Damascus, Tad de Bordenave outlines how we see Paul moving from the leading stalwart for Jewish exclusivity to the apostle to the nations. In this history, we see the same controversies that divided the early church continuing today.

This series by Tad de Bordenave follows the lectionary year with comments on the lessons and scenes related to frontier missions. This book brings missionary insight to the Sunday readings as well as stories of God at work among the least evangelized peoples.

A four-chapter DVD series on the metanarratives of Islam and Christianity covering the topics of creation, humanity, Israel, Muhammad, the Umma, Jesus, the church, and salvation.  Excellent for adult education on the differences between Islam and Christianity.

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P.O. Box 18038
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Richmond, VA 23226