Breaking the Islam Code: Understanding the Soul Questions of Every Muslim (Google eBook)

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Harvest House Publishers, Feb 1, 2010 - Religion - 176 pages
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World events won't let North Americans ignore Muslims anymore. Whether those Muslims are villagers in Iraq or neighbors down the street, Breaking the Islam Code offers everyday Christians profound insight into the way Muslims think and feel.

J.D. Greear's ability to communicate challenging heart truth, plus his expertise in Christian and Islamic theology and two years' experience in a Muslim-dominated area, make him the perfect author for this empowering, insightful, reader-friendly book. It transcends traditional apologetics, focusing on helping Christians

  • understand what is deep in Muslims' hearts, behind their theology--which will lead to friendship and effective communication of the gospel
  • respectfully turn many of the primary objections into opportunities to share the faith
  • avoid unnecessarily offending Muslims they're interacting with

Readers will be excited that sharing Christ with Muslims is something they can do--as everyday Christians in their own cities, campuses, and workplaces.

  

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A practical primer for Muslim evangelism

User Review  - David Gough - Christianbook.com

The Christian marketplace has been inundated in recent years with books aimed at preparing followers of Jesus Christ to be more proactive in sharing the Gospel with their Muslim neighbors. Each work ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jay - Goodreads

Great insight regarding the thoughts and struggles of Muslims when faced with Christianity. A must-read for Christians to understand how these major World Religions cross paths, and how to explain the truth of the Bible. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

J.D. Greear, PhD, is lead pastor of a large and growing church in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina and is deeply committed to international church planting. He lived and worked for two years among Muslims in Southeast Asia before studying Christian and Islamic theology. J.D. lives with his family in North Carolina. Breaking the Islam Code is his first book for Harvest House.

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