The Moslem Jesus By Samuel M. Zwemer

Posted: August 21, 2012 in Apologetics, Jesus Christ, World Religions
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The Moslem Christ By Samuel M Zwemer
What do Moslems believe about Jesus? What are the deep significances attached to the names they assign Jesus in the Koran? What does the Koran teach about Christ’s life, deeds, teachings, his crucifixion and his Coming Again? And how does any Christian reach a Moslem with the truth of who Christ really is without alienating them? All this and much more is answered in this scholarly yet very readable work by a Christian missionary to the Moslem World.

The Moslem Jesus is an essay on the life, character, and teachings of Jesus Christ according to the Qur’an and the Orthodox traditions. Islam is the only of the great non-Christian religions which gives a place to Christ in its book, and yet it is also one of the non-Christian religions which denies His deity. This volume provides a gateway to understanding what Islam teaches about Christ and ends with a chapter on how to preach to Muslims about Christ with this knowledge.

About the Author

Samuel Zwemer was a missionary to Arabia from 1890—1913, and then served in Egypt until 1929. Loving the Mohammedans passionately and knowing their religion thoroughly, with an almost perfect command of Arabic and an accurate knowledge of the Koran, he was known as the lion-hearted missionary who confounded the Arabs out of their own scriptures with the truth of Christ. Samuel Zwemer worked tirelessly for an enlargement of the missionary force to the Moslem world. After returning to the USA, he taught at Princeton Theological Seminary until 1952.

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Comments
  1. Riekie Wilken says:

    Hi there. Could you please send me a copy of the Moslem Jesus.

    Thank you!

    Riekie

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