Tawhid or Trinity?: No God But One Book Discussion

This week I had the privilege of sitting down with Dr. Michael Wittmer as part of a 3-part live video book discussion of No God But One by Nabeel Qureshi. In addition to being a professor of Theology at Cornerstone University, Dr. Wittmer also blogs.

Tawhid or Trinity?: Part 2 of 3 No God But One Discussion Series

Friends of Nabeel discuss the main themes of Nabeel Qureshi’s bestselling book No God but One: Allah or Jesus? This second discussion features Michael Wittmer professor of Theology at Cornerstone University on the topic of Tawhid or Trinity. Michael is joined by host Scott Gustafson of the Acts 2:11 Project.

Tune in tomorrow, Wednesday, February 1, at 1pm ET to watch the final of the 3-part book discussion live. I’ll chat with Fouad Masri asking “Can we know whether Islam or Christianity is true?” (Read what Fouad Masri has written here at the Acts 2:11 Project.)

About Scott Gustafson

Scott Gustafson has extensive experience in global ministry and business in the Middle East, having lived or worked in the region for 20 years. He is a PhD candidate at Vrije Universiteit working with the Extreme Beliefs Project. He serves as the Executive Director for a US based ministry and is also the Managing Partner of Purpose Global Strategies, an International Business and non-profit consulting firm. He advises large funding agencies as well as indigenous businesses and ministries in Sudan, Jordan, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. He teaches as an adjunct faculty member of Cornerstone University. He has an MA in Intercultural Communication from Moody Graduate School, and a BA in Nursing and Biology from Western Michigan University. Scott and his wife have 2 children and they live in Grand Rapids, MI.

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