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Glad News! God Loves You, My Muslim Friend
By Samy Tanagho

Helps readers to understand the religion by urging them to engage in personal conversations with its practitioners.


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The Crescent Through The Eyes Of The Cross: Insights from an Arab Christian
By Nabeel Jabbour

A helpful reflection on Islam's religious and cultural contexts, understanding the Muslim worldview, and the relationship between East and West.


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Muslims, Christians And Jesus: Gaining Understanding and Building Relationships
By Carl Medearis

Not a scholarly work and one that contains several errors about Islam, it nonetheless superbly demonstrates how Christians can and must lovingly interact with Muslims.


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A Worldview Approach to Ministry Among Muslim Women
By Cynthia Strong And Meg Page

Combines the ministry insights of women scholars and fieldworkers serving Muslim women, and explores Muslim-Christian differences and how Christian women can interact with Muslim women.




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