A brand new e book is being launched to assist Christians attain out to their Muslim neighbours and pals.
The e book, by Wilberforce Publications, is aimed toward Christians who wrestle to know the right way to communicate to Muslims and reply their questions in regards to the divinity of Christ, the Trinity and the validity of the Bible.
It additionally explores the Muslim religion, its teachings and what’s written within the Quran.
The e book is penned by Beth Peltola, CEO and lecturer on the One Fact Challenge, and Tim Dieppe, head of public coverage at Christian Concern.
“Many Christians do not know the place to begin in conversations with Muslims about religion. This e book will encourage and encourage you to have the braveness to debate your religion along with your Muslim pals,” stated Dieppe.
“Jesus engaged individuals with probing questions. This e book is modelled on Jesus’s personal methodology of reaching individuals with the gospel. Beginning with questions requiring no information, and shifting on to questions on what the Qur’an teaches, this e book will assist Christians have interaction their Muslim pals in conversations about religion.
“All of us need to see the rising numbers of Muslims on this nation come to religion in Jesus, and plenty of are doing so. This e book will assist to equip and encourage Christians to achieve their Muslim neighbours and pals for Christ by participating them in conversations about religion.”
Graham Nicholls, director of Affinity, is encouraging Christians to learn the e book.
“For anybody who may be daunted by the concept of talking with Muslims about Jesus Christ, right here is a wonderful useful resource with an entire collection of questions for dialog starters organized in a easy set of matters,” he stated.
“It is stuffed with concepts and knowledge and explanations, introduced merely and briefly, and doesn’t demand an professional information of Islam. As somebody who has engaged in this type of evangelism, I can see that it could possibly be a extremely helpful useful resource, and I warmly commend it.”