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Inside the Community

Paperback|Oct 1994
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Phil ParshallA specialist on Islam provides a rare study of Hadith traditions which areas authoritative as the teachings of the Koran to many Moslems. Includesdiscussions on Jihad, Jesus and women. 240 pages, from Baker.


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Phil ParshallA specialist on Islam provides a rare study of Hadith traditions which areas authoritative as the teachings of the Koran to many Moslems. Includesdiscussions on Jihad, Jesus and women. 240 pages, from Baker.

256 Pages
-Publisher

The purpose of the text is to help Christian missionaries learn about Islam so that they can spread the Gospel to Muslims more knowledgeably. Although Parshall, a missionary himself, strives for an unprejudiced tone, his literal reading of the Hadith as collected by Abu'Abd Allah Muhammad Al-Bukhari presents Muslim traditions as contradictory and flawed without meaningful reference to similar issues within Christianity. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
-Publisher

A commentary survey of the Hadith, 1,300-year-old fount of Islamic tradition, explains twenty-one themes of belief and identity that must be understood to comprehend Muslim culture.
-Publisher

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Phil Parshall

Dr. Phil Parshall completed graduate studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (M.A.), Wheaton Graduate School (M.A.), Fuller Theological Seminary (D. Miss.), and Fellowships at Harvard and Yale Divinity School. He has been a missionary among Muslim people for the past 44 years. He also has authoredMuslim Evangelism (Authentic) and Lifting the Veil (InterVarsity Press).

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