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Questions Muslims Ask: What Christians Actually Do (and Don't) Believe

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Christians and Muslims don't understand each other very well. Muslims have often heard that Christians worship three gods, or that the Injil, the Christian Scripture, has been corrupted. How can Christians explain their faith in a way that Muslims can understand? In his work with Muslims in central London, Robert Scott has discovered that many are quite open to talking abo ...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published November 17th 2011 by IVP Books
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Robert Scott has worked in an aid organization in Bangladesh and participated in numerous "meetings for better understanding" between Christians and Muslims in London. Out of this experience he writes this gem of a book which is a model for the best in religious dialogue: an engagement which is both profoundly respectful of the faith of the other and utterly forthright in setting forth the claims of one's own faith in response to serious questions.

Scott discusses responses to these common questi
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I found this book in my church's bookstore and knew I had to read it. Having lived in Indonesia (where 95% of the population is Muslim) and having worked with Muslim's for over a decade, I've heard these questions over and over but giving answers that make sense to the Muslim way of thought (and that overcome their stereotypes) is very difficult.

The first two chapters are absolute GOLD and they were definitely worth the cost of the book. At that point, I put the book on hold and picked it up lat
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