Wheaton College, the leading evangelical institution of higher learning in the United States, has been embroiled in a recent controversy over a hijab-wearing associate professor of political science. Dr. Larycia Hawkins, who also happens to be a fan of the whole Black Lives Matter movement, is wearing a hijab during the Christmas season in "solidarity" with her Muslim "brothers and sisters," because Christians and Muslims "worship the same God."
Wheaton has suspended Dr. Hawkins, certainly the minimum it could do, pending a further investigation. The College has issued a mushily worded statement defending the school's evangelical statement of faith, but avoiding dealing directly with the question at issue.
The school criticizes Dr. Hawkins for a lack of "theological clarity," and refers vaguely to differences of opinion about "the nature of God" between Islam and Christianity, but does not answer the question Dr. Hawkins has raised: do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?
As I have written before, there is a clear, straightforward answer to this question: