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Islam and the Son of God by Daniel Shayesteh

Islam and the Son of God

by Daniel Shayesteh

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975601733, Paperback)

Islam and the Son of God provides a practical comparison of the Qur'an and the Bible, and analyzes the impact of their teachings on humanity in all dimensions of life.

A central theme is the difference Christ makes.

Questions addressed include:

- Where did Islam come from?
- Who is the real author of the Koran?
- What did Muhammad teach?
- Do Muslim teachers mislead people?
- How can Muslims follow the Son of God?

This book represents the thoughts and feelings of a former Iranian Revolutionary Guard, now a Christian pastor, who has experienced the diverse cultural, religious and political landscapes of both the Middle East and the West.

(Islam and the Son of God is an updated, revised edition of The Difference is the Son.)

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:03:28 -0400)

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