Where to Start With Islam: A New Approach to Engaging With Muslim Friends
Shortlisted for 2020 Australian Christian Book of the Year This book will help you know where to start with Islam in the key areas of what it means to love everyone, understanding what Islam teaches about Christianity, how to share...
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Shortlisted for 2020 Australian Christian Book of the Year
This book will help you know where to start with Islam in the key areas of what it means to love everyone, understanding what Islam teaches about Christianity, how to share the gospel with a Muslim, the incarnation, Trinity, salvation, and the cross. It assesses Muhammad as a prophet, answers the Muslim claims against the Bible, and gives you the relevant history you need to get started. A strength of the book is that it does not require you to remember lots of details about Islam but instead shows how the Bible and Christian theology speaks to Islam.
Samuel Green has spent more than two decades speaking with Muslims and finding out what they are taught about Jesus and his followers: that Jesus wasn't crucified, the Bible is corrupted, and the Trinity is the weak point you won't be able to explain. He has also come to realize that their book, the Qur'an, makes claims about Christianity and history that simply aren't true.Where to Start with Islam will equip you to understand and address these assumptions and know where to start as you seek to present your Muslim friends with Christ and share with them about his wonderful gift of salvation.
Samuel Green studied chemical engineering (UNSW) and then theology at Moore Theological College. He works with the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students as their Islamic specialist and travels around Australia and the world speaking and debating on this subject. He is one of the founding authors at answering-islam.org and the author of the 'Engaging with Islam' training material.