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Dr. William Wagner L.

Senior Professor

Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary

HQ Phone: (415) 380-1300

Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary

201 Seminary Drive

Mill Valley, California 94941

United States

Company Description

Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary is a Cooperative Program Ministry of the Southern Baptist Convention and operates five, fully-accredited campuses in Northern California, Southern California, Pacific Northwest, Arizona and Colorado. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Board Member
Wisconsin State Fire Chiefs Association

Teacher
Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary

Affiliations

Member and Instructor
Federation of Fire Chaplains

Fellow Certified Member
International Conference of Police Chaplains

Chairman of the Muslim Awareness Committee
European Baptist Federation

Education

bachelor's degree

University of New Mexico

master of divinity degree

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Web References (200 Total References)


“Both Islam and Christianity have a ...

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“Both Islam and Christianity have a very well-defined eschatology, or period of the last days; both of them cannot be correct …,� said William Wagner, senior professor at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and author of the book, “How Islam Plans to Change the World.�

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The belief that the Mahdi’s return is near is not a new claim among Shiites, Wagner said, but one that has been held almost since the 12th Imam was historically placed into hiding.
“Almost every generation has some figures in Islam that either claim to be the 12th Imam or claim that the 12th Imam will come to himself,� Wagner said.
Although Shiites and Sunnis often battle against each other, as is currently the case in Iraq, Wagner noted common efforts among both groups of Muslims to destroy Israel, which is a critical part of Islam taking control in the world and thus ushering in the Mahdi.
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Wagner further noted that Islam is “on the march� with the intention of the entire world becoming Muslims.
“The problem is that in many parts of the world today, Christianity has become very weak,� Wagner said. “It is extremely necessary for all Christians to reevaluate their faith and to become stronger in their faith in Jesus Christ. This is the one thing that Islam fears the most because, down deep; they know that they cannot compete with the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.�
Wagner also noted that Islam is a religion of fear, with many Muslims fearing their own faith.


Endorsements

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- Dr. Bill Wagner Professor of Evangelism - Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary


Ted Mckown, from left to right, ...

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Ted Mckown, from left to right, Charlie Luchessa, Lynn Mason and Bill Wagner, all over 80, are part of a group of seniors that for decades has gathered at the YMCA to play racquetball. photos by Frankie Frost Marin Independent Journal

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San Rafaels Charles Luchessa, 83, is also a regular, as are Ray Monteverde, 80, also of San Rafael, and Bill Wagner, 80, who worked for many years in Marin but lives in Petaluma.
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Wagner, who played Division I football at University of New Mexico as a 142-pound halfback from 1952-54, turned his athletic prowess toward running after graduating from college. He has logged running miles in more than 100 countries and more than 1,000 cities and towns all over the world.
On a run in Egypt, I was wearing all red running clothes, said Wagner, who spent 10 years as a professor at Golden Gate Seminary in Mill Valley. They thought I was the devil and wanted to stone me, so I had to run away.
Or there was the time Wagner went on a run in Africa. Unexpectedly, he found himself surrounded by a pack of hyenas.
I got out of there and they didnt chase me, Wagner said.
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Wagner said he lost his cool in one match against a younger man who was nearly twice his size.
He was a great big guy and he kept claiming I was getting in his way, Wagner said. He got mad at me and pushed me. I pushed him back. I used to push against defensive lineman and I told him you dont push me. We do get competitive and play at a pretty high level for old guys.
Wagner believes playing racquetball keeps him healthy.
I dont have any arthritis and Im very strong for my age, Wagner said.


Ted Mckown, from left to right, ...

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Ted Mckown, from left to right, Charlie Luchessa, Lynn Mason and Bill Wagner, all over 80, are part of a group of seniors that for decades has gathered at the YMCA to play racquetball. photos by Frankie Frost Marin Independent Journal

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San Rafaels Charles Luchessa, 83, is also a regular, as are Ray Monteverde, 80, also of San Rafael, and Bill Wagner, 80, who worked for many years in Marin but lives in Petaluma.
...
Wagner, who played Division I football at University of New Mexico as a 142-pound halfback from 1952-54, turned his athletic prowess toward running after graduating from college. He has logged running miles in more than 100 countries and more than 1,000 cities and towns all over the world.
On a run in Egypt, I was wearing all red running clothes, said Wagner, who spent 10 years as a professor at Golden Gate Seminary in Mill Valley. They thought I was the devil and wanted to stone me, so I had to run away.
Or there was the time Wagner went on a run in Africa. Unexpectedly, he found himself surrounded by a pack of hyenas.
I got out of there and they didnt chase me, Wagner said.
...
Wagner said he lost his cool in one match against a younger man who was nearly twice his size.
He was a great big guy and he kept claiming I was getting in his way, Wagner said. He got mad at me and pushed me. I pushed him back. I used to push against defensive lineman and I told him you dont push me. We do get competitive and play at a pretty high level for old guys.
Wagner believes playing racquetball keeps him healthy.
I dont have any arthritis and Im very strong for my age, Wagner said.


Southern Baptist Convention - 2003 SBC Annual Meeting Newsroom

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Ron Zinn of Immanuel Baptist Church in Highland, Calif., was elected first vice president, while William Wagner, professor of evangelism and missions at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, was elected second vice president.

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