Mark Coppenger God is Agape and Allah is Not The Ethical Difference It Makes

Mark Coppenger God is Agape and Allah is Not  The Ethical Difference It Makes
Part 4 of a 4 part series.
Topic: Islam
Organization: ETS National
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A session from the 65th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society - "Evangelicalism, Inerrancy, and ETS," Baltimore, MD November 19–21, 2013.

CHRISTIAN ETHICS Engaging the Ethics of Islam
Moderator: Daniel R. Heimbach (Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary)
Bassam M. Chedid (Children of Abraham Ministry, Reformed Theological Seminary) The Moral Attributes of Allah in Biblical Perspective
Mark Coppenger (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) - God is Agape, and Allah is Not: The Ethical Difference It Makes
Ant Greenham (Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) - The Ethics of Silence in Witness to Muslims

Panel Discussion: Interacting with the Ethics of Islam - Daniel R. Heimbach (Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) - Bassam M. Chedid (Children of Abraham Ministry, Reformed Theological Seminary) Mark Coppenger (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) - Ant Greenham (Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary)

Mark Coppenger (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) served as a Presenter at the Evangelical Theological Society Meeting in San Antonio, TX (2016), in the section addressing The Trinity: Aesthetics, Ethics, and Language. The theme of the 2016 ETS conference was the Trinity.