More information on Islam, Muslims and how to reach them
Edited by Keith Swartley
Explores the Muslim world including Islamic beliefs, the life of Muhammad, the religious history of Islam and the lives of Muslims worldwide. The book, used as the textbook for the course of the same name, includes writings from 80 authors.
With companion study guide
International Mission Board
With an eye toward understanding what God is doing today along this ancient trade route, photographers and writers gathered images and stories that highlight the route’s Muslim nations and their rich cultures. The result is a book that reflects the humanity, hunger and hope of the peoples living along the Silk Road.
By Thabiti Anyabwile
This book is not a detailed comparison between religious or a major apologetic work — its aim is to equip the reader with the basics and help them with clear and bold communication. Written by a former Muslim, the book encourages Christ followers to share Jesus with their Muslim neighbors by focusing on the people themselves rather than their religious system. Anyabwile’s blog: http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/thabitianyabwile/
By J.D. Greear
North Carolina pastor J.D. Greear writes this book to help Christ followers understand what is in the heart of Muslims and how to use their main objections to Christianity as opportunities to share Christ. It also helps believers know how to respectfully talk with Muslims about faith without unnecessarily offending them.
A resource by a Christian seeking to help Muslims & Christians understand each other.
The basic tenets of Islam, in chart format.
It may surprise you to see where most of the world’s Muslims live.
The world religions site of the North American Mission Board, this site offers a breadth of information about Islam and how it differs from Christianity.
As a boy he fled school, slipped into the mountains of his native Afghanistan and became a mujahedeen, a holy warrior. He fought in the jihad against the Russians and their efforts to dominate his country. Decades later, Hussain Andaryas is still a holy warrior. Andaryas’ blog: http://www.hesavedme.com/
Muslim-Christian dialogues hosted by Dubai-based company GDS Knowledge Consultants.