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Muslims, Christians, and Jesus: Gaining Understanding and Building Relationships

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2014

    Should be called "How to Suck Up to Muslims In The Us So Yo

    Should be called "How to Suck Up to Muslims In The Us So You Can Convert Them". But go ahead, try using this in Muslim countries
    and see how far you get! (Beirut, Lebanon, where the author lived, has always had a large Christian population, so being a missionary 
    there isn't particularly tough).

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2011

    Must read!

    I read this book as an assignment and I was very curious to see what Medearis had to say. I started very defensively, but very soon changed my mind. I can really see that he has a great insight on the middle eastern culture and on how to reach and build bridges between our peoples. The book is geared towards missionaries, but anyone who can benefit from understanding their neighbors.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 28, 2013

    God says in the Bible "Whoever has a voice, let them speak.

    God says in the Bible "Whoever has a voice, let them speak.  He also says, "Don't make anyone stumble." The times of our day makes it very critical for anyone and everyone to make statements of truth. God does tell us to love everyone including our enemies. Christians and Muslims doe not believe in the same God. Christians and Muslims have very different beliefs in Jesus Christ as the author states in his book.  Christians believe that Jesus is the son of God.  Muslims believe Jesus is a prophet. Big difference.The author suggests we talk to Muslims about Jesus, but tells us to not mention Jesus as the Son of Go to Muslims. The very basics of Christianity is our faith and belief as Jesus as the Son of God. The people of Israel rejected Jesus as the Messiah as the Bible predicted they would.Muslims want Jesus to come back so He can say He was a prophet. I will and I always will proclaim Jesus as the Messiah. Why would the author suggest that I shouldn't. In the end every knee will bow for Jesus Christ as the Son of God as the Bible tells.  Please do no tell  me otherwise.



    me otherwise.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2013

    This book was very helpful. Everyone should read it. I plan to

    This book was very helpful. Everyone should read it. I plan to have book discussions using it.

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  • Posted November 29, 2010

    Getting back to the love of Jesus

    If you are a Christian, you need to read this book. Even if you think you may never cross paths with a Muslim, you still need to read this book.

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