From the Back Cover
This is the book for you if you are serious about communicating the truth of the gospel to Muslims.
It is thorough.
It is authoritative.
It is written by a third-world Christian whose father was a convert from Islam.
It is the contention of the author that an effective evangelistic approach to the adherents of Islam must be based upon a study of Christ as He is found in both Scripture and the Koran. Christ, then, becomes the bridge between the two faiths. Such a search is, to Abdul-Haqq, the natural means of introducing the Savior.
Having seen Christ on the pages of the Bible, he moves on to a presentation of the great issues of sin, salvation, and the nature of God as the final pressing points to raise in efforts to win Muslim friends and neighbors to Jesus.
About the Author
Abdiyah Akbar Abdul-Haqq is an evangelist with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. His father was a convert from Islam to Christianity. Haqq travels extensively as an evangelist and addresses large crowds of Christians and adherents of non-Christian religions in many parts of the world. In addition to English, he speaks Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi. He also reads in Urdu, Persian, Arabic and Greek. His efforts to bring Christ to the world take him around the world three or four times each year.