- The explanation of Mohammed's world includes the helpful insight that he likely only met monophysite Christians/Christianity (12, cf. 66). In other words, he did not hear of Jesus Christ as 100% True God and 100% true man.
- Readers may be to surprised to learn that Luther wrote about Muslims and Islam, including republishing a book on the topic, and that he thought that Islam was a derivative of Arian Christianity (85ff, 35ff, 116, et al).
- Christians need to know what "dhimmis" are and what it means to be a second-class resident of a Muslim-dominated country (110ff).
- The Koran/Quran has changed. For information on the revision of Uthman, see 25ff. For an explanation of the famous book The Satanic Verses and the abrogated or replaced portions of the Quran, see 128ff.
- Not all Arabs are descended from Ishmael (7).
Across the globe, Islam is thriving; it is one of the fastest growing religions in America. Muslims can be your neighbors, coworkers, store owners, or friends. So how do you approach Muslims with the gospel? How are Islam and Christianity different? How do Muslims view the Bible and Christ? In this insightful book, learn more about Muslims and their religion, as well as how to witness to them. This book provides a concise summary of the Lutheran law and gospel approach to dealing with Islam. This is a great resource for personal or group Bible study. Questions are included to ponder or stimulate discussion. Size 6" x 9". Papercover. 221 pages. Published 2004. This product is eligible for quantity discounts. (Publisher's website)
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- Spencer, Robert.The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (And the Crusades). Regnery
- Veith, Gene Edward. Christianity in an Age of Terrorism. Concordia