Muslims and the Gospel: Bridging the Gap : a Reflection on Christian Sharing

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Kirk House Publishers, 2005 - 452 páginas
Muslims and the Gospel: Bridging the Gap offers a striking and perceptive study of the major mission task of our time. Christians have become aware that Muslims and the gospel need to be brought together, but have been confused about how that might be done. That is the question this book answers. It meets a crucial need at a crucial time. Roland Miller draws on a lifetime of experience, using an abundance of illustrations, as he develops the theme of bridging the gap. He does this in three parts—the Context, the Bridges, the Task.

This is a comprehensive work, based on solid theory and down-to-earth practice, with a rarely seen personal approach. A mine of information, it is likely to be a definitive work in the field. Begin or enhance your own Christian sharing with Muslims and the Gospel!
 

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Índice

Transliteration and Abbreviation
7
immensity mys
17
An overwhelming sense of God Revelation and guidance Confession Life as sal
45
The Muslim View of Salvation
69
The Muslim Opinion of Jesus
107
Muslim admiration of Jesus The Quranic names of Jesus The place of Mary
126
Bridges for the Crossing
155
The desire of God and its source Some clues in the human quality Divine
167
The TaskConnecting Muslims and the Message
241
Godmindedness urgency patience expectancy
262
The meaning of wholeness The triangle of servantloveneighbor Forms
289
METHOD
318
purity of means keep
349
Categories of questioning Modes of response The Son of God The Trinity
379
The idea of spiritual transformation Casual inquirers Serious inquirers
403
Dealing with romantic dreams Reality checks for new and old believers Pre
421

The gospel in Muhammads Arabia Doctrinal controversies related to
180
the pioneering John
215

Términos y frases comunes

Sobre el autor (2005)

Roland E. Miller has been a long-time missionary in India, and a professor in both a secular university and a Lutheran seminary. He is an internationally known scholar on Islam and the author of several books, including Muslim Friends: Their Faith and Feeling. He is a resident of Ottawa, from where he maintains his global relationships.

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