The 99 Beautiful Names of God for All the People of the Book

The 99 Beautiful Names of God for All the People of the Book

by David Bentley

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"The author's treatment of the Arabic language and sensitivity toward Muslims and Christians in the Mid-East is very helpful. Professor Bentley's research touches on one of the most important subjects facing Muslims and Christians."
Saleem Al-Mahdy, Professor of Middle East Culture and Islam

"This work represents a genre that is very interesting. The book extracts ideas and themes from the Muslim experience and uses them as a method for getting deeper into the Christian understanding of these names for God. It will move us forward in the understanding of Islam."
Ronald J. Miller, Professor Emeritus, Islamic Studies

"Dr. David Bentley's book is a great help to mutual understanding…Many of these 99 names have their origins in the Old and New Testaments."
J. Christy Wilson, Jr. (1921-1999), lived and taught 24 years in Afghanistan


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781532656460
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 04/06/2020
Pages: 130
Sales rank: 966,646
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

David Bentley is the author of several books, including The 99 Beautiful Names of God for all the People of the Book (1999), Persian Princess@magi.com (2002), Wedding Haircut: A Prenuptial Rite of Passage for 9/11 Terrorists (2011), and co-author of the English edition of The Priest and the Prophet (2005). After studies at Wheaton, U Michigan, and Fuller Seminary, Bentley and his family spent several years in Jordan and Iran.

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“The author’s treatment of the Arabic language and sensitivity toward Muslims and Christians in the Mid-East is very helpful. Professor Bentley’s research touches on one of the most important subjects facing Muslims and Christians.”


Saleem Al-Mahdy, Professor of Middle East Culture and Islam





“This work represents a genre that is very interesting. The book extracts ideas and themes from the Muslim experience and uses them as a method for getting deeper into the Christian understanding of these names for God. It will move us forward in the understanding of Islam.”


Ronald J. Miller, Professor Emeritus, Islamic Studies





“Dr. David Bentley’s book is a great help to mutual understanding…Many of these 99 names have their origins in the Old and New Testaments.”


J. Christy Wilson, Jr. (1921-1999), lived and taught 24 years in Afghanistan


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