4 out of 4 stars
Share This Review
Inviting Muslims to Christ by Randall Ireland is a non-fiction book that tells us about the basic beliefs within both Islam and Christianity that oversees the believer to redemption. He talked about the foundational teaching of Christianity, the third person of the Trinity, and salvation through Jesus Christ. The author wants the reader to know that the word Trinity, doesn’t appear in the Bible. Tawhid doesn’t appear in the Quran. Christianity and Islam are two different religion’s faith, even though they share many characters and events. The God of Christianity and Allah of Islam.
The author says it’s difficult to understand the motivations and actions of Christianity or Islam without understanding their belief. It is important to comprehend their origins, both historical and scriptural. What do we seek? We are striving to understand two different faiths that lead to the existence of Christians and Muslims throughout the world. The objective of the author is to convince Muslims to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and savior.
I like this book for a lot of reasons. First, the sequence of this book was well-structured. I liked this book because of the transparency of the author on religion. What I enjoyed most about this book was its refreshing and authentic viewpoint. This book captivated me. The author starts the first chapter by seeking the truth. Which is what I liked most. He presented Jesus Christ as the redeemer for all humanity past, present, and future. I didn’t want to put the book down, especially as I read about the gift of salvation. The author wants the reader to accept the gift of salvation through Christ alone. With this, you have hope and promise of spending the afterlife in Heaven.
I liked the fact that the author used many quotations from the Bible and Quran to write this book, meaning that he researched plenty of sources before writing the message in the book. There is nothing to dislike about this book. The book teaches peace, fellowship, and mutual respect toward all mankind. The ending was fitting and entirely satisfying.
The book is well written and uses straightforward language. I haven’t noticed any grammatical errors, so the book is properly edited. Overall, the book deserves 4 out of 4 stars. I recommend this book to all age groups and Christians of all religious affiliations. It is a beautifully written inspirational book; however, it may not appeal to non-believers.
Inviting Muslims to Christ
View: on Bookshelves | on Amazon | on Smashwords