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A Muslim’s Mind: What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Islamic Traditions

Religion


by
Edward Hoskins

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 176 pages

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Protection: DRM

Language: English

Most Christian workers rely on the Qur’an as their primary source for understanding Islam and Muslims. But the Qur’an doesn’t answer all the questions. However, the Islamic traditions do. Understanding these traditions-the one area that influences Muslims more than any other-can reduce fear and conflict while helping us build a rapport with Muslims and share with them the hope of Christ. Author and Navigator Ed Hoskins has spent years sequentially going through approximately 35,000 respected Islamic traditions, condensing them into a usable format, and organizing them into six topics: • Muhammad • Women • Heaven and hell • Jews and Christians • Shariah law • Jihad Refreshing and revealing, his comprehensive review of all the major Islamic traditions shows what Muslims believe, think, and do.

Most Christian workers rely on the Qur’an as their primary source for understanding Islam and Muslims. But the Qur’an doesn’t answer all the questions. However, the Islamic traditions do. Understanding these traditions-the one area that influences Muslims more than any other-can reduce fear and conflict while helping us build a rapport with Muslims and share with them the hope of Christ. Author and Navigator Ed Hoskins has spent years sequentially going through approximately… (more)

Most Christian workers rely on the Qur’an as their primary source for understanding Islam and Muslims. But the Qur’an doesn’t answer all the questions. However, the Islamic traditions do. Understanding these traditions-the one area that influences Muslims more than any other-can reduce fear and conflict while helping us build a rapport with Muslims and share with them the hope of Christ. Author and Navigator Ed Hoskins has spent years sequentially going through approximately 35,000 respected Islamic traditions, condensing them into a usable format, and organizing them into six topics: • Muhammad • Women • Heaven and hell • Jews and Christians • Shariah law • Jihad Refreshing and revealing, his comprehensive review of all the major Islamic traditions shows what Muslims believe, think, and do.

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