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Islam And Christianity DVD Bible Study

Islam And Christianity DVD Bible Study

List Price: $9.99
ISBN: 9781628620665
Product Code: 4013DV
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Easily compare Islam to Christianity with this ready-to-use DVD. Find out what Muslims believe, what Christians believe, and how to correct common misunderstandings in less than 35-minute. Includes helpful ways to reach out to Muslims with cultural sensitivity. Excellent for leading a Bible study on Islam and Christianity— use for small groups, personal study, adult Sunday school classes, or home school curriculum.

Anyone can lead this ready-to-go Islam and Christianity DVD curriculum—you don't have to be an expert. It includes everything you need to better understand Islam and effectively share your faith with Muslims

  • One 35-minute teaching session on DVD
  • Leader Guide (Includes an Internet link to download a printable PDF for FREE (retail value: $9.99))
  • Participant Guide (Includes an Internet link to download a printable PDF for FREE (retail value: $9.99). May be printed for all participants)

Provides a fantastic introduction to Islam for Christians, covering:

  • The history of Islam and the Qur'an
  • Muhammad's teachings, practices and beliefs
  • Muhammad's view of the Bible
  • Summary of the differences between Muslims: Sunni, Shi'a, and Sufi

With this fantastic DVD study on Christian and Muslim beliefs, you will—

  • Compare Islam's view of Christ to biblical Christianity: Was Jesus just a prophet or Son of God?
  • Learn how to reach out to Muslim neighbors, co-workers, and students with cultural sensitivity.
  • Discover the common misunderstandings Muslims have about key Christian doctrines, such as the Trinity—and how to gently respond to them.
  • Share the Gospel with cultural sensitivity.

Paul Carden

Meet Your Teacher: Paul Carden

Paul Carden: For more than 30 years Paul Carden has been a leading researcher of cults and religions. He joined Christian Research Institute as International Outreach Director under Walter Martin, and cohosted the “Bible Answer Man” radio broadcast. Today he is the Executive Director of the Centers for Apologetic Research.

Product Code: 4013DV

ISBN: 978-1628620665

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on 6/12/2017 Great product
Islam & Christianity This package is divided into five sections, & 125 Power Points on Islam: • Religious History.  What Muslims Believe - This section explores the origins and explanation of the word ‘Islam.’ Other areas presented are – some of the people, Muslims are taught to believe were prophets (including Jesus), concluding the Islamic prophet.  It discusses the spread of Islam, after the death of Muhammad.  There is a very nice and clear PowerPoint of the Islamic Expansion AD 622-750, followed by a chart on the difference between Sunni, Shiite & Sufi sects. I would have liked to see this chart further expanded. • What Christians Believe –  Adam, Abraham, Jesus and his victory over Satan (Shaytan in Arabic)  How to correct the misunderstandings surrounding Islam • Who is God -  Here we see how the Prophet Muhammad challenges polytheism and establishes monotheism. The issue for me is that monotheism had already been established in Judaism and Christianity “Allah is the proper pre-Islamic Arabic name for God, used even today by Arabic-speaking Christians as well as by Muslims.” This is not strictly true. This name was in existence prior to Islam and was already being worshipped at the Ka'ba in Mecca by Arab pagans before Muhammad came. Pre-Islamic literature proves this. Check out – Who Is This Allah? G. J. O. Moshay, 1994; The Moslem Doctrine of God, Samuel M. Zwemer 1905 & Mohammed: The man and his faith, Tor Andrae, 1936, Translated by Theophil Menzel, 1960; Islam: Muhammad and His Religion, Arthur Jeffery, 1958, p 85). This is a major issue, when involved in conversations with Muslims and the sharing of ideas needs to be based on accuracy. Other issues are mentioned such as the Oneness of the Muslim concept of God. I would have liked to have seen more written around Tawhid & Monotheism. This is an interesting and very important point: “In the Quran he reveals his will for mankind to obey, not his person for mankind to relate with and know.” In Islam, its followers don’t have a relationship/friendship like Christianity, but the concept of master and slave. Allah cannot be questioned, whereas the God of the Bible can be challenged and asked questions. In Islam, there is that sense of total obedience. What Christians Believe – Here we find introduced the importance of the Triune God and Jesus as His Son – a concept totally foreign and rejected by Islam, since they believe that God, in Christianity, teaches that the Allah had sex with a physical woman. Whereas Allah’s ultimate attribute is His Will, the God of the Bible’s ultimate attribute is Love. The Trinity is a major stumbling block for Muslims; some believe that Christians believe in 3 gods; others that the Trinity is made up of the Father, the Son and Mary. Many Muslims believe that the Qur’an honours Jesus more than the Bible. I believe some of the best publications addressing this is Explaining the Trinity to Muslims: A Personal Reflection on the Biblical Teaching in Light of the Theological Criteria of Islam – 28 Jun 2012 by Carlos Madrigal (paperback and kindle); No God But One: Allah or Jesus? A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam and Christianity Paperback – 22 Sep 2016 by Nabeel Qureshi; Answering Islam: The Crescent in Light of the Cross Paperback – 1 Aug 2002 by Norman L. Geisler (Author), Abdul Saleeb (Author) & The Trinity for Muslims (Kindle) by G.D. Brown (Author). Holy Scripture – It’s interesting that, despite the prophet of Islam supporting the teachings of the Bible, many Muslims today continue to state that the Bible has been corrupted, but can’t point to specific verses and ideas presented in the Bible. This is further compounded by the fact that Muslims see so many translations of the Bible. This thorny issue is addressed by looking at some of the misunderstandings. There are many excellent sites available to explore this further such as (with Sam Shamoun), Acts 17Apologetics (with Professor David Wood) & Pfander Films (with Jay Smith). Prophets – This section compares and contrasts differences between the biblical (examining the dangers of false prophets) and Islamic view of the role of a prophet (and prophecies in the Old Testament), not forgetting that Muslims regard Jesus as only a Prophet and the prophet Muhammed and greater than Jesus. Practices & Rituals - This section looks at the 5 Pillars of Islam and its purpose “to strengthen Arabic-Abrahamic identity.” Subjects such as Jihad and Judgement Day are reviewed; this is compared to the Christian teaching of Gift of Salvation. Some of the symbols are examined. Especially in relation to conflict issues that might arrive – the Cross. Salvation & Paradise - Unlike Christianity, Islam doesn’t have a Saviour and thus no assurance of Salvation on this earth. The hope is that Allah, in His Compassion and Mercy, will judge each Muslim according to his works and efforts. The hope is that a ‘good’ Muslim will attain ‘Janna’ (Paradise). Angels keep the records of good/bad deeds in Islam. Role of Women - A great and very important subject for both faiths. This looks at honour and protection for women within Islam. Marriage and polygamy are encouraged in Islam. Men can marry 4 wives, although their prophet exceeded this number. This training package addresses the idea that the West needs to deal with its own issues, before it attempts to ‘rescue’ Muslim women, which is a very fair point. Religion & Culture - Ø Sharia Law is addressed in this section. A book I would recommend on this is: Sharia-ism Is Here: The Battle To Control Women; And Everyone Else – 20 Apr 2014 by Joy Brighton (Author) & Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law (Kindle) by Nonie Darwish (Author). The idea of community & shame within Islam. Reaching Out to Muslims – This is essentially about the Do’s and Don’ts of outreach This format also has worksheets and handouts, which would prove useful for Muslim evangelism and outreach training. I was disappointed that there weren’t any resources; this would have been a way to further enhance this excellent programme
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