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George W. Braswell

Founding Director, World Religions and Global Cultures Center, Campbell University Divinity School

World Religion Center

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Professor of World Religions

Campbell University


Publisher

B&H Publishing Group


Professor of Comparative Religions

University of Tehran


Affiliations

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Missions and World Religions


Education

Islamic Theology of the University of Teheran


PhD

cultural anthropology

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill


bachelor

philosophy and history

Wake Forest University


bachelor's degree

Yale University


doctor of ministry

Southeastern


doctorate

cultural anthropology

UNC-Chapel Hill


master's degree

cultural anthropology

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Web References(111 Total References)


cuds.secureshd.com

Dr. George W. Braswell, Senior Professor of World Religions and Director of the World Religions and Global Cultures Center


contra-mundum.org [cached]

George W. Braswell, Jr. - Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary


www.eldrbarry.net [cached]

Braswell , Jr Paperback - 206 pages Revised edition (January 1994) Also: Understanding Sectarian Groups in America ::The New Age Movement, the Occult, Mormonism, Hare Krishna, Zen Buddhism, Baha'I, Islam in America Paperback - 375 pages Revised edition (January 1994) Baptist Sunday School Board - Baptist Book Stores Braswell taught at the Faculty of Islamic Theology of the University of Teheran from 1968-74.
He is now professor of missions and world religions at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Islam:Its Prophet, Peoples, Politcs and Power by George W. Braswell,, Jr. Paperback - 352 pages (July 1996) Broadman & Holman Publishers Also What You Need to Know About Islam & Muslims Paperback - 192 pages (February 2000) Broadman & Holman Publishers. He suggests Nine essentials for reaching Muslims


springmoor.org [cached]

Dr. George Braswell
Dr. George Braswell On the October schedule we also look forward to a three-part presentation from Dr. George Braswell, retired Senior Professor of World Religions and Founder and Director of the World Religions and Global Cultures Center at Campbell University. He and his wife, Joan were missionaries in Iran in the 1960s and 1970s. His memoir, Crossroads of Religion and Revolution, he notes as his proudest career achievement. His first lecture titled "Understanding Hinduism and Buddhism" will be followed by two presentations on Islam. His first-hand knowledge and his depth of study will be educational to all of us.


www.reformedreflections.ca [cached]

by George W Braswell Jr.
Broadman & Holman Publisher's, 2000 183 pages; Softcover; $15.99 can. Braswell, Professor of Missions and World Religions at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, lived in Iran for seven years and observed Islam first hand. His excellent, informative, and clearly written book provides primary information about Islam, including folk-Islam and a detailed chapter on Muslims in the United States. He analyses Islam's challenges to the western world and the Christian faith, and the reasons for the sharp differences between these two world religions. He points out that Christians must be unyielding in their "un-acceptance of Muhammad as the last prophet and of the Oman as the final revelation of God.


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