For God does speak....in a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falls on men as they slumber in their beds... (Job 33:14-15).
What does it take to convince an opponent of the Gospel of his error so that he turns to Christ for salvation: a well-crafted argument, a miraculous display of divine power, a loving friend?
For Saul of Tarsus, a visionary encounter with Jesus was all that was necessary to turn this first century enemy of the faith into an outspoken advocate.
And so it is today. Muslims from all walks of life and in every corner of the globe are encountering Jesus in dreams and visions and turning to Him for salvation.
But how does this fit in the Church in the West where theology and missiology is so often dominated by rational empiricism and theological colonialism?
Against the backdrop of the history of Islam and Christianity, author Rick Kronk takes the phenomenon of dreams and visions and contrasts the biblical teaching on the subject with the Western worldview and current social, political, and religious contexts.
The result: Christians from the West will confidently embrace the reality of dreams and visions as a divine tool for conversion and transformation.