Muslims & Christians on Emmaus Road
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J. Dudley Woodberry (PhD, Harvard University) is Dean Emeritus and Senior Professor of Islamic Studies in the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller and is considered one of the foremost Christian scholars of Islam. He has served as consultant on the Muslim world to President Carter, the State Department, U.S. AID, and other U.S. government agencies. He has also been active in the Zwemer Institute of Islamic Studies and served as coordinator and acting senior associate of the Muslim track of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization.
From 1993 to 1999, Woodberry served as dean of the School of World Mission, now School of Intercultural Studies. He also served as a teacher in Pakistan, and a pastor in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia, and has ministered in at least 35 predominantly Muslim nations around the world.
In addition to writing numerous articles and book chapters, Woodberry has edited Missiological Education for the 21st Century: The Book, the Circle, and the Sandals, edited with Van Engen and Elliston (1996), Muslims and Christians on the Emmaus Road (1989), and Where Muslims and Christians Meet: Area Studies (1989). His newest work, Muslim and Christian Reflections on Peace, edited with Osman Zumrut and Mustafa Koylu, is due out in 2005. Recent teaching and lecturing trips have taken him to Korea, Indonesia, Denmark, Norway, and Pakistan.