Muslims, Christians, and Jesus (Participant's Guide With Dvd)
Pack containing one softcover guide and one DVD. According to author Carl Medearis, how Americans responds to Islam and how Christians think of Muslims could be the most significant issues of our time. In this award-winning four-session small group Bible...
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Pack containing one softcover guide and one DVD. According to author Carl Medearis, how Americans responds to Islam and how Christians think of Muslims could be the most significant issues of our time. In this award-winning four-session small group Bible study with corresponding participant's guide, Medearis helps you understand the basics of Islam, the difference between 'moderate' Muslims and radical terrorists, the Muslim view of Jesus, and how we should interact with our Muslim neighbors, friends, and coworkers. From the Ground Zero mosque to whether we believe in the same God, Medearis also addresses key questions and responses to the current Muslim/Christian tensions facing our society. The participant's guide features video notes, group discussion questions, informative sidebars and quotes, and ideas for personal application. Session titles include: 1: What is Islam? Exploring Our Fears and Stereotypes 2: Understanding What Muslims Believe 3: Jesus: The Bridge to Muslims 4: Building Bridges through Relationships Bonus Sessions: 10 Myths about Muslims Awards: 2012 Outreach Magazine Resources of the Year (Small Group Curricula
Carl Medearis has extensive experience working and living with Muslims. A highly sought-after Islamic expert, he works with international government and business leaders and speaks at conferences and universities to 40,000 people annually. After 12 years of living in Beirut, Lebanon, Carl and his family now make their home in Colorado Springs.
He is the author of Speaking of Jesus: The Art of Not-Evangelism; Muslims, Christians, and Jesus: Gaining Understanding and Building Relationships and Tea with Hezbollah: Sitting at the Enemies Table Our Journey Through the Middle East with Ted Dekker