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From the Straight Path to the Narrow Way: Journeys of Faith

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Representing over twenty nations, a group of nearly fifty missionaries and practitioners gathered to consider how Muslims are coming to faith in Jesus Christ. They shared an interest in understanding how God is at work in drawing people into the faith journey from the way of Islam to faith in Jesus Christ. From the Straight Path to the Narrow Way is a compilation of papers ...more
Paperback, 333 pages
Published December 1st 1969 by Authentic
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“As Christian workers have understood that the gospel can be translated into various cultural forms and that all of the “Pillars of Islam” (except the references to Muhammad and Mecca) were used previously by Jews and/or Christians, they have found greater freedom to use vocabularies and forms of worship that felt indigenous. This has resulted in significant growth in the number of Muslims following Christ in many regions.” 0 likes
“The realization that Jews and/or Christians first used all of the technical religious vocabulary of the Qur’an and all of the forms of the Five Pillars of Islam (except references to Muhammad and Mecca) encouraged them to develop a liturgy using biblical content but Muslim forms.” 0 likes
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