Author: John R. Cross
As the influence of Islam becomes more widespread, you meet more Muslims. But how do you communicate with them the central message of the Scriptures? Where do you begin? How do you even start?
In their holy book, the Quran, Muslims are told to believe the Torah of Moses, the psalms of David and the gospel of Jesus. If you’ve ever spoken with them about the Scriptures, they may have told you they “believe all the prophets.”
While many Old Testament stories are mentioned in the Quran and both speak of the same prophets, there are significant differences in interpretation and understanding. But how do you bridge those differences to present the message of the Bible in a way they will understand?
All that the Prophets have Spoken takes a look at the Bible without referral to Islam or the Quran. With an awareness of what Muslims believe about key prophets, the book examines what the Scriptures say about these men and connects them with the core message of the Bible. Keeping in mind the Islamic perspective, it builds on this understanding and addresses questions Muslims might have so by the end, they will have a clear understanding of the God of the Bible.