344 pages | Direct Price:
$14.99 $11.50 | Paperback | Published: 1999
Summary: The main idea of the book is to promote a journey of understanding between Christians and Muslims.
About the Authors:
Bruce A. McDowell (MATS, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the missions pastor and the director of International Students Christian Fellowship at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has studied Islam at Temple University and has experience in Muslim ministry in the United States and countries around the world.
Anees Zaka (DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the founder and director of Church without Walls and founder and president of the Biblical Institute for Islamic Studies, both in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
What Others Say About This Book:
“Rare are the books on Islam authored by people who combine extensive, personal experience with theological insight, integrity, and grace. This is one of those rare books, and I heartily recommend it for use in churches, classrooms, and individual preparation for witnessing to Muslims.”
“I am delighted to commend Muslims and Christians at the Table . . . clear, specific, and understandable . . . fullfilling a great need in the life of the church.”
“Bruce McDowell and Anees Zaka have written an extremely helpful book . . . .They review the history of Islam, outline Muslim culture and beliefs, and offer scores of helpful guidelines for making friends with Muslims and for testifying to Christ and the gospel . . . an excellent work in an increasingly important missions area.”