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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (September 4, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0849947200
  • ISBN-13: 978-0849947209
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (242 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,090 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Tom Doyle pastored churches in Colorado, Texas, and New Mexico for twenty years before becoming a missionary in the Middle East. His passion for Israel was fed through guiding tours there, eventually becoming a tour guide for the State of Israel. Tom also serves as the Middle East director for e3 Partners, a global church planting ministry. He is the author of two books, Breakthrough and Two Nations Under God. He and his wife, JoAnn, have six children and two grandchildren.

Greg Webster is co-founder of New Vantage Publishing Partners, a book development and marketing firm, and creative director of The Gregory Group. The collaborator on ten books for a variety of authors, he holds an MA in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and a BA in journalism and an MBA from the University of Georgia. He lives and works in rural Tennessee, just outside Nashville, with his wife of 31 years and the six of his eight children who have not yet left the nest.

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Reminded me of God's love for Muslims.
Stephen Garrison
They are my favorite type of stories and Dreams and Visions by Tom Doyle is full of these types of stories.
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I received this book as a review copy from the publisher through Booksneeze.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer B. Dorhauer on September 2, 2012
Format: Paperback
For awhile after September 11, it looked like the McCarthyism of the 50s would return with a vengeance, although this time, we were searching for Muslim terrorists instead of Communists under every rock.

The result of this fear was separation, an "us" versus "them" mentality with Christians and Muslims. And when that happened, Christians stepped away from their duty to share the gospel.

Such is the argument Pastor Tom Doyle makes in the newest book, "Dreams and Visions: Is Jesus Awakening the Muslim World?."

He writes, "I believe Islamic terrorism is Satan's attempt to keep the gospel message away from Muslims. The enemy thinks that if he can make the rest of us afraid of Muslims or make us hate them, then he can short-circuit Jesus' church from reaching Muslims."

It has been a week since I read this passage. I still feel convicted.

Scripture commands Christians to share the gospel with all peoples. The Great Commission doesn't exclude potential terrorists or extremists, doesn't give Christians an "out" for choosing fear over obedience.

Christ clearly said, "Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age"" (Matt. 28:19-20).

These aren't confusing words that can have a double interpretation. All means all.

Yet, Pastor Doyle's book doesn't stop with this biting critique of modern Christianity. Instead, he continues, saying Satan's attempt to short-circuit the path of the gospel "isn't working. Jesus has stepped in and is opening Muslim hearts Himself.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Ammon on August 24, 2012
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Tom Doyle's collection of stories of divine encounters and visitations among Muslims stands as a potent testimony to the power and love of God, introducing not only supernatural dreams and visions in the Muslim world, but also the supernatural love of God for all of His creation. The book contains careful reporting of documented cases of dreams and visions of Jesus in almost every nation of the Middle East. While it's obvious that Doyle has been a responsible and thorough reporter, the writing is active and follows a nonfiction novel format, recreating scenes, emotions, and action through numerous interviews and meticulous research. Using the stories of dreams and visions as a centerpiece, Doyle carefully constructs the context for each story to take place, illustrating the history of numerous nations, describing Islam and its worldview, and describing how house churches and Christianity functions in these parts of the world, making the book as essentially informative as it is inspiring and exciting.

Doyle comes from a significantly strong conservative perspective and often highlights the ugliest aspects of Islam. As a field worker and an experienced researcher, he is well entitled to this perspective and portrayal. What he presents is fact; my only apprehension is that the sometimes sensational tone of his prose when partnered with these facts may inspire more fear than he intends. In some odd way, I feel like this book should have been better. Some of these stories have been published before in Voice of the Martyrs newsletters etc. They are highly impacting and poignant, and the author's energetic portrayal of the events seeks to make the most of each story. There are times when the prose seems overactive and too much like fiction writing.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By GreatBooksforyou on December 3, 2012
Format: Paperback
Dreams and Visions: Is Jesus Awakening the Muslim World

Tom Doyle, Thomas Nelson,Nashville, TN, 2012, 272 pages, $15.99

As a researcher working with a Muslim language group in Asia, I was very interested in the subject of this book since I have personally met Muslims who have become more interested in Jesus as a result of dreams. Let me tell you of a dream one of my friends had. In my friend's dream, he was walking down a dark tunnel. Then there was a light in the tunnel shinning on Noah. Noah didn't say anything but he pointed for my friend to go further up the tunnel. My friend walked further. Then the light shined on Moses. Moses didn't say anything but he pointed for my friend to go further up the tunnel. My friend walked further. Then the light shined on David. David didn't say anything but he pointed for my friend to go further up the tunnel. My friend walked further. Then the light shined on Mohammad. Mohammad didn't say anything but he pointed for my friend to go further up the tunnel. My friend went further and then saw Jesus at the end. It was like all the previous prophets including Mohammad were pointing my friend toward Jesus. This made my friend curious to know more about Jesus.

I made an observation about dreams back then and Tom Doyle's book seems to support this observation. God doesn't seem to lead any Muslim to a saving knowledge of Him through dreams alone. God always leads the Muslim to a believer in Christ who will then help the Muslim come to the point of following Jesus as Lord and Savior. This was true in Tom Doyle's first chapter, Friday at the Khan. In this chapter we see that God spoke to Noor, a Muslim woman, through a dream but God also showed her that she needed to meet "Kamal" who would explain the way of God more clearly.
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