This article appears in the Resound Podcast edition of the Calvin Seminary Forum
Why do some North American Christians choose fear over hospitality? What would radical hospitality as Christian discipleship look like in interfaith conversations? Matthew Kaemingk explores these questions in his new book Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear. He spoke at the Loving Your Neighbor conference at Calvin Seminary this summer, and sat down with Cory Willson to talk about this timely topic.
Matthew Kaemingk is Associate Dean for Fuller Texas and Professor of Christian Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Cory Willson is Professor of Missiology and Missional Ministry at Calvin Theological Seminary.
- Learn more about Matthew Kaemingk
- Learn more about Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear
- View resources from the Loving Your Neighbor conference