Bridges to Islam Paperback

A Christian Perspective on Folk Islam

by Philip L. Parshall;


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Bridges to Islam

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In the acclaimed book Muslim Evangelism, Phil Parshall devotes one chapter to "bridges" which can assist in facilitating understanding between Islam and Christianity.

In Bridges to Islam he expands that key chapter into a book. The most promising bridges can be found not in orthodox Islam, contends the author, but in "folk Islam", which is less well known in the West but which influences about 70 percent of the world's Muslims. "Popular Islam consists largely of people who desire to know God and to be accepted by him", writes the author. "They have a high view of one God who is . . . all-powerful and merciful."

The mystical Sufis press for a more satisfying personal relationship with Allah. These teachings and aspirations, argues the author, have immense potential as bridges, which he has personally witnessed spending many years ministering among Muslims. This thorough and in depth study of ways to bridge folk Islam will be invaluable to missionaries, students, and those interested in reaching Muslims for Christ.

Bridges to Islam by Philip L. Parshall was published by IVP (USA) in April 2007. The ISBN for Bridges to Islam is 9780830856152.

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Page last updated 10th September 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherIVP (USA) (April 2007)
Weight249g
Number of Pages159
Thickness13 mm
Height211 mm
Width137 mm
ISBN9780830856152
ISBN-100830856153
Product Code4038555
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