Author(s): Rosemary Sookhdeo
How can we understand our Muslim friends and neighbours so that we can share the Gospel effectively with them? This book discusses their religion, culture and practices to find the points of contact that will help Muslims respond to the Christian Gospel. The author deals with the crucial differences between Islam and Christianity and answers important questions, such as: Is the God of the Bible the same as Allah? Is the Muslim Jesus, or "Isa", the same as the Jesus we know from the Gospels?
Rosemary Sookhdeo was born in New Zealand where she qualified as a pharmacist. She came to Britain to study at London Bible College where she met her husband Patrick. Later she went on to do post-graduate theological studies at Oxford University. They took over a very large derelict site in the East End of London and she was fully involved in the church planting, pastoral and training ministry for 23 years and was where they started the Barnabas Fund. She is the author of three books.