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A Christian's Guide to the Koran: Through the Muslim Holy Book, Sura by Sura

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    Bob Faulkner(Author)

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Islam continues to grow. In numbers, in power. What should a Christian do? Surely high on the list should be, "Get informed." One of the surest ways of understanding the Muslim is understanding his book. It is the intention of this guide to help believers along that path. The Koran is not an easy book. The author is not schooled in Arabic, Islam, or even Middle-Eastern cultures. He is a Christian who knows well the Christian Scriptures. Armed with this knowledge and prayer, Bob Faulkner has worked his way through the Koran chapter by chapter, using Biblical facts and principles to shed light on what he has found there. He has also relied on Christian scholarship that is already out there. The study begins with several lessons introducing Islam and the nature of the Christian Bible.Now is the time to be serious about the followers of Muhammad.
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  • PDF | 204 pages
  • Bob Faulkner(Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (14 Jun. 2012)
  • English
  • 8
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By Mr. T. D. Williams on 10 February 2013

    I was expecting a positive comparison of Christianity and Islam - not an assertion of Christianity's 'superiority'. I'm going to try something else.


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