“I wrote this book to help Christians know where to start when it comes to understanding Islam and talking with their Muslim friends about the gospel. In my experience, the starting point is key…”
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’s book isn’t just another book on Islam for Christians, to gather dust on your shelf. Where to Start with Islam is designed to teach Christians about Islam not from the Quran and the Hadiths, but from the Bible. Time spent studying the Bible is never wasted; Green allows the study of the Bible and how it is perceived by the Quran to inform how we as Christians can relate to Muslims. The book shows how asking a few potent questions and opening your Bible to its contents page can stop even seemingly well–informed Muslims in their tracks. Each chapter includes a bullet–point summary to remind you how to apply it and evangelistic booklets for most of the chapters are available to download on Samuel Green’s website, so you have some resources to give your Muslim friend. This is the book I would recommend for engaging with Muslims above all others (with the notable exception of the Bible). That is not to say that there aren’t many fantastic resources out there. However, Samuel Green’s book contains unique and easy–to–apply insights on evangelism to Muslims, while also exhibiting a deep understanding of Islam’s holy texts. For these reasons, I would encourage every Christian to read this book, especially those who are seeking to engage well with Muslims.
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