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The book is called Beyond Mere Christianity for two reasons. First, in response to C.S. Lewis' influential 1952 work, Mere Christianity, which stands as a masterpiece of Christian apologetics. The second reason, perhaps less obvious, is that a case can be made, based on current, responsible Gospel scholarship, that Jesus
BOOK 2 The author has produced a vivid and unique sight into the religion of Christianity, simplifying the thoughts of both Christian and Muslim scholars on fundamental issues with scriptural extracts and thoughtful commentary. This intriguing book will enjoyed by Christians, Muslims and interested readers alike.Mohd Amin Yaacob151pgs
In his book, Islam and the west Norman Daniel wrote: People seem to take it for granted that alien society is dangerous, if not hostile, and the spasmodic outbreaks of warfare between Islam and Christendom throughout history have been one manifestation of this. Apparently, under pressure of their own sense
The general theme of this book is the timeless and universal message of islam; it was the religion that Prophet Adam preached, it is also the religion preached by all the Prophets and Saints that came after him. Articulately disputing the myth that islam is a new religion, which came
As suggested by most religions of the world, we have already entered the Last Age. The main objective of his work is not to pick up holes, but to find the common thread that would lead to a common understanding of brotherhood. It is time to understand the truth.
Presented in Question & Answer format this book is a transcription from a lecture by Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naik discussing the first miracle of Jesus (pbuh), original sin, prohibition of alcohol, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in the Bible and more.Author: Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naik40 pgs
This study establishes a dialogue between Islam and Christianity, based upon modern methods of scientific research and criticism. The author takes strong exception to the direction given to Christian thought, particularly in the West, by men like Paul, Augustines, Luther and Calvin.243 PagesAuthor: Ismail R.Al-Faruqi
This book covers topics such as; The Christian belief Is the Bible the word of God, Is the Quran the word of God, Unfulfilled promises, Trinity, Law & Grace, Jesus & Christ & many other aspects according to Islamic Beliefs. Maulana Dr. Waffie Mohammed155pgs
This is an endevour to dispel the falsities and myths that have been heaped upon God's messenger, Jesus, and to show that the religion that was later formed and perpetuated in his name bears no resemblance to his real message. Readers of the Evangelical record will come to the same
The author has produced a vivid and unique sight into the religion of Christianity, simplifying the thoughts of both Christian and Muslim scholars on fundamental issues with scriptural extracts and thoughtful commentary. This intriguing book will enjoyed by Christians, Muslims and interested readers alike.Mohd Amin Yaacob151pgs
A series of Documents on Christianity and Christian-Muslim Relations is intended for Muslims who desire to study Christianity and for those who meet Christians in various situations all over the world, ranging form co-operation and dialogue to encounters in the mission-field.The series consists of collections of documents, each covering a
K.H. Bahaudin Mudhary was born in April 1921 in Sumenep and died in December 1979 in Surayabaya. Despite finishing only the Muhammadiyah Kweek School in Jogjakarta in 1947, this broad-minded eastern Javanese scholar acquired knowledge through his reading of book in Indonesian, Arabic, English, German, Dutch, and French on philosophy
With the lure of wealth and the perceived association with materialistic world power, the evangelical Christians have targeted Muslims worldwide for conversion. Those preaching that Jesus is Lord, which contradicts the monotheistic teachings of the Bible and the Prophet of Nazareth, are intentionally misinterpreting the Aramaic message of the Messiah.
Presented in Question & Answer format this book is a transcription from a lecture by Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naik discussing the Trinity and Jesus(pbuh) regarding the most common questions asked on the concept of God in Christianity.Author: Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naik21 pgs
This book attempts to bring out truth about the expectation of Prophet Muhammad as the bearer of the final message to mankind. In addition to the Hindu scriptures Vedas and Puranas, the book also unearths the 'pointer' in Buddhist, Christian and Jewish scriptures.
The mysterious nature of the doctrine of the Trinity confuses even those who profess to believe in it. Those who have sought the truth discovered that this dogma was an invention contrary to the teachings of Jesus. This book traces the historical background of the Trinitarian doctrine. The facts presented
This book sheds more light on the contemporary Christian thought with special emphasis on its founder, Paul, who, the author believes, is the key figure in any discussion and argument in this respect. Muslims, as they are, believe in One God (the Creator), His messengers and the scriptures revealed unto
During the last 500 years the West has Experienced the rise of various ideologies. The Islamic civilization has generally failed to study, learn and prepare appropriate responses to them. A case in point is the marriage of Mercantilism and industrialization that led to Colonialism, of which the Muslim world was
This book is a modest piece of work searched for the Truth in three major monotheistic religions of the world. This book gives minute details from the era before Moses and the birth of Judaism; how Christianity was born and how the Bible was distorted; and the birth of Islam,
The book offers a forum for dialog between Muslim, Christian and Jewish scholars as they discuss issues of faith, the nation-state as a form of social organization and the faith-community as a transnational actor for justice and peace.