Review by Psttodumejee -- Inviting Muslims to Christ

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Review by Psttodumejee -- Inviting Muslims to Christ

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Inviting Muslims to Christ" by Randall Ireland.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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This book explains the theological foundations of Christianity and Islam. The author says it is unimaginable to comprehend the enthusiasm and efforts of Christianity or Islam without acknowledging their theology. This study aims at evaluating the generic contour of Christianity and Islam. The novel begins with the story of the author and his quest to convert Muslims to Christians. He is glaring to define, compare, and the difference between the assumptions and doctrine of these two different beliefs, Christianity, and Islam.

Inviting Muslims to Christ by Randall Ireland is a non-fiction book that gives a detailed analysis of the redemption procedure. This book contains ten chapters. Each chapter has a subheading that summarises its contents. The first three chapters speak about seeking the truth, the foundational teaching of Christianity, and the belief that lead to life. The book emphasizes that the two faiths are mutually different, even though the Bible and Quran conveyed similar personalities and incidents.

I loved how the writer did an extensive analysis of each religion and illustrated their assumptions. The book provided me with an insight into what each belief is like. Ireland uses passages from the Bible and the Quran to clarify the differences between the two theories. The researcher thinks that according to the Scriptures, Christians should oppose racism, every form of greed, selfishness, and vice, and all forms of sexual immorality, and including adultery. He presented Jesus Christ as the savior for all humanity.

An exciting and informative aspect of this book is that it includes an interest in hunting for the truth. The writer says that God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual. Christians possess religious censorship to the entire world, a sacred trusteeship in the gospel, and essential stewardship in their possessions. A few questions are coming out as I read this book. How does the Christian Church worldwide relate to the world of Islam today? Does Islam today worship the Lord God of the Old Testament? You will get the answers when you read this novel. I can't think of anything I disliked about this book, and I didn’t find any error. What I liked most was the conversational flow of the narrative. I felt like I knew the author personally by the time I finished the book.

I was so engrossed in reading the novel. I enjoyed the conversational technique of writing, and the outstanding editing, it is with satisfaction that I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading the foundations of Christianity and Islam theologically. Those of other religions may not find it beneficial. However, the book is only for the Christian faithful.

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