We’re always careful about the way we handle out English classes. Our students come with the expectation of learning English, not of being proselytized. We’ve heard a number of example of Muslim groups requiring Koranic studies as a condition of humanitarian aid. The people here, Muslim people, felt cheated by that. For that reason, we try to make sure that our English classes are just that…English classes. But when we’re asked questions…watch out.
Tonight one of my students asked about the meaning of the “bread and the wine” that “we eat” at Easter.
That triggered a nice conversation about the “old covenant” and the “new covenant” that we have in Christ. I had the chance to explain about the Passover and the old covenant based on the Law of Moses and the new covenant based on faith in Christ. It was great stuff. My students seemed especially open to what I had to say and I hope to follow up more later!