Islam & Christianity
Claiming Abraham -
Reading the Bible and the Qur'an side by side
by Michael Lodahl
Christians, Jews and Muslims all share certain personalities in common but does that provide a basis for dialogue and oven agreement? In this fascinating book, Michael Lodahl presents the Biblical and Qur'anic texts about Creation, Adam, Cain & Abel, Noah, Abraham, Jesus and other subjects side-by-by side comparing and commenting on the similarities and differences.
Daughters of Islam, by Miriam Adeney - £8.99
Miriam Adeney interweaves personal stories of Muslim women with an exploration of how Muslim women see the world and how Christians can respond to this. She then develops strategies for relationship building with Muslim women with a focus on the ministry style of Jesus and other biblical case studies.
Whose Promised Land? by Colin Chapman - £8.99
An analysis of the Middle East conflict, its history and an explanation for its persistence. Includes detailed information on both sides of the crisis, including Zionists and Islamic terrorists, this book aims to provide Christians with a balanced and biblical view of the strife in and around Israel.
Cross and Crescent, by Colin Champman - £9.99
Another title by Chapman, this lengthy book looks specifically at Muslims and their beliefs, providing a balanced, un-biased account of the faith, largely as derived from Islamic scriptures and traditions. Details how Islamic theological concerns relating to Christianity can be overturned and the gospel presented.
How to Respond: Muslims, by Ernest Hahn - £3.99
One of a series of books that look at the Christian response towards various faiths. While this book is primarily aimed at North American Christians, the concepts and arguments remain relevant to Christians everywhere, as Hohn outlines the beliefs of Muslims and how these compare and contrast with those of Christianity.
The Search for Forgiveness by Moucarry Chawkat - £12.99
Moucarry explores whether Islam offers any hope for genuine forgiveness and reconciliation with God, outlining the Islamic faith and focusing on the teaching of the Qur’an and the Prophetic Tradition (Hadith). He concludes each chapter with a Christian perspective from the Bible, highlighting how God’s character is perfectly and uniquely fulfilled in Jesus Christ through his life, death and resurrection.
The Unseen Face of Islam by Bill Musk - £9.99
An intimate and in-depth study of the Islam that is not found in the newspaper headlines- Islam influenced by culture and tradition with its many colourful, unusual and complex customs. Bill Musk develops such a strategy in order to highlight the deep needs that average Muslims, like everyone else, have, those that can only be met by the grace of Christ in their lives.
The Challenge of Islam to Christians by David Pawson - £7.99
David Pawson delivers a prophetic message to Christians in Britain, that is, what he believes is the great possibility of Islam filling the “spiritual vacuum” that exists in this country today. A sobering and provocative read.
Islam in Conflict: Past, Present and Future by Peter Riddell and Peter Cotterell - £9.99
Riddell & Cotterell present a “scholarly” overview of Islam, with analysis on its role in the world, and particularly in the West, in a post-September 11th context. They argue for a separation of response by governments to terrorism from the Christian’s call to battle spiritual forces.
A Christian’s Evangelistic Pocket Guide to Islam by Malcolm Steer - £1.99
This is a perfect little guide for those who come into contact with Muslims and want to be able to share their Christian faith, but feel unable to for whatever reason. This book will only take a couple of hours to read and has short, snappy chapters that outline Islam, and discuss how to get the gospel across as well as the right approach in doing so.