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Tales Of Persia: Missionary Stories From Islamic Iran Paperback – June 1, 2005
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"Tales of Persia is a gem that I want my grandchildren to read. Much that we hear about Iran is frightening. Here we learn about another sidechildren, moms and dads, shepherds, sick peopleand missionaries who take risks to bring healing and news about Jesus to Iranian people. The contagious love of God for Iranians shines through on every page." --Roger Greenway, editor of Samuel Zwemer's Islam and the Cross
"A great book by a great missionary. I recommend it very highly as a book to be used to encourage a new generation of Christians to do gospel missions among Muslims." --Anees Zaka, coauthor of The Truth about Islam
"From the time of David and Esther, light has shined out of Persia. Today more Persians are glowing with the radiance of Jesus. Some are martyred. Their testimonies are an axis of hope. This wonderful heritage shimmers through the stories in this book." --Miriam Adeney, author of Daughters of Islam
About the Author
William Miller spent forty-three years as a missionary to Iran where he translated and prepared several books and Bible commentaries in Farsi. He is the author of A Christian Response to Islam.
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Some of the chapters tell stories that are used as parables, such as the time he talked with one man about his sheep fold and how a shepherd protects his sheep. Those chapters were fine, but I preferred the chapters that gave me a bit of history or a remarkable story, such as the time he met a man who had become saved through reading the Bible but had gone over ten years without seeing another Christian. There are so many fascinating stories to be read in this book! He also does a good job of explaining things, explaining what Muslims believe, explaining geography, explaining customs and above all explaining spiritual things.
I should say that I only had time to read about a third of this book but I hope to get back to it one day. I started reading it to get an idea what the children in my church will be reading, but I will go back to it for my own sake.