Two Messiahs Paperback
The Jesus of Christianity and the Jesus of Islam
by Jeffrey Jay [Jeff] Morton;
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This story sets the Jesus of Islam, 'Isa ibn am-Maryam (Muhammad's seventh century conception of the first century prophet and Messiah), in direct conversation with the first century, historic Jesus of Nazareth. The reader encounters 'Isa and Jesus on a long walk from the little town of Emmaus to Jerusalem, a walk filled with conversation, questions, brief interaction with others, and observations from each man about the other. In the end, it is clear to the reader who Jesus is in both Islam and Christianity.
Two Messiahs by Jeffrey Jay [Jeff] Morton was published by IVP (USA) in April 2011 and is our 56280th best seller. The ISBN for Two Messiahs is 9780830857777.
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"A valuable resource for understanding the difference between the Jesus of the Qur?an and the Jesus of the Bible. Using a captivating narration of the two Jesuses on a journey toward Jerusalem and the conversation which ensued between these two individuals, the clear differences between Islam?s and Christianity?s understanding of Jesus are exposed in a manner that is respectful to Islam, honoring to Christ, and scholarly in its substance. Using story to convey important truths from both Islam and Christianity requires an expertise of the subject matter, and Dr. Morton is able to accomplish this well. It is truly a good read. The appendices at the conclusion of the book provide additional ways of exploring the differences, providing even more insight."
Details for Two Messiahs
|Page last updated||24th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jeffrey Jay [Jeff] Morton|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||IVP (USA) (April 2011)|
|Number of Pages||161|