The Islamic Invasion

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Xulon Press, 2011 - Religion - 340 pages
The Islamic Turks were poised to overrun Europe at The Battle of Vienna on September 11/12 of 1683, but were defeated. The Islamic Invasion As Mosques appear across the country people are asking-"What do I need to Know about Islam?" Islam-once an obscure Middle Eastern religion-has rapidly grown into the second largest religion in the world. There are now more Muslims than Episcopalians in the United States! What attraction does Islam hold for its followers? What part does it play in shaping the outlook and attitudes of nearly one billion people? Noted author Dr. Robert A. Morey, internationally recognized authority on the origins of the teachings and rituals of Islam- - explores the pre-Islamic history of Allah, and the doctrines and customs of Islam - reveals Islam's teaching about current issues such as religious freedom and the role of women The Islamic Invasion will give you the insight you need to understand Islam and the challenge it poses today. Dr. Morey warned the United States and Europe about Islam during the early 1980's long before 9/11. Most books on Islam since 9/11 have used his analysis of the Qur'an or Hadith. Special thanks to Professor Colin Akridge-who is a Vietnam Veteran and black scholar in the field of comparative religions-for his valuable and insightful contributions and working with him for researching and writing the section entitled The Black Muslim Movement in America. Dr. Robert A. Morey Ph.D., D. Min., D.D. Faith Defenders http: //www.faithdefenders.com
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
l A Modern Parable
11
BACKGROUND OF ISLAM
35
The Cult of the Moon
49
Allah and the God of the Bible
61
lO The Life of Muhammad
73
Muhammad and Jesus Christ
99
Muslim Claims for the Quran
129
A Scientific Examination of the Quran
145
The Black Muslim Movement in America
185
on Dr Robert Morey
273
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