Meeting Islam: A Guide for Christians

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Paraclete Press, 2005 - Religion - 242 pages
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Islam's key facts, chief concepts, and practices are shared through the author's own failings and successes in a guide that explores the rewards and dangers of venturing outside the boundaries of one's faith. Original.

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Meeting Islam: A Guide For Christians (A Many Mansions Book)

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Intrepid religious consumer Dardess (English, Allendale Columbia Sch.) writes of his experiences in upstate New York as he seeks to "meet Islam" through the local Islamic Center - first through Arabic ... Read full review

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in an age when islam is the fastest growing religion in the west and an age where there is so much hysterical writing that elicits fear, this is an important book to help Christians really understand muslims. if we do not understand, we cannot love, and if we do not love, we are failing Christ. Read full review


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George Dardess lives in Rochester, NY. He is a member of the Muslim Catholic Alliance of Rochester and the author of two recent books on Muslim-Christian dialogue: Meeting Islam: A Guide for Christians (Paraclete, 2005) and Do We Worship the Same God: Comparing the Bible and the Qur'an (St. Anthony Messenger, 2006). George is an ordained deacon. He has a master's in theology but his doctorate is in literature.

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