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In the days when many Americans were first becoming aware of the larger religious world, Sailer introduced them to Islam. Reaching for an understanding of how the two religions relate, he begins this study with an introduction to the Muslim world. Sailer approaches the subject with a respect for Islam and its believers. Aiming to prepare missionaries for Muslim regions, he writes for a general readership. Understanding, he believes, begins with an overview of Muslim life and the character and influences on Islam. Designed as a short adult course on the subject, this booklet has instructions for the leader of an adult group on the topic. Interested in the impact of Christianity on Islam, Sailer explores what churches might do. Taken all together, this little booklet spells out a plan of action for what the author saw as a missionary opportunity.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-273-4
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 180
Publication Date: Apr 21,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 52
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-273-4
$42.00
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In the days when many Americans were first becoming aware of the larger religious world, Sailer introduced them to Islam. Reaching for an understanding of how the two religions relate, he begins this study with an introduction to the Muslim world. Sailer approaches the subject with a respect for Islam and its believers. Aiming to prepare missionaries for Muslim regions, he writes for a general readership. Understanding, he believes, begins with an overview of Muslim life and the character and influences on Islam. Designed as a short adult course on the subject, this booklet has instructions for the leader of an adult group on the topic. Interested in the impact of Christianity on Islam, Sailer explores what churches might do. Taken all together, this little booklet spells out a plan of action for what the author saw as a missionary opportunity.

Thomas Henry Powers Sailer (b. 1868) earned a Ph.D. and taught at Teachers College, later part of Columbia University. A Presbyterian interested in missions, he wrote widely on Christianity and Islam.

In the days when many Americans were first becoming aware of the larger religious world, Sailer introduced them to Islam. Reaching for an understanding of how the two religions relate, he begins this study with an introduction to the Muslim world. Sailer approaches the subject with a respect for Islam and its believers. Aiming to prepare missionaries for Muslim regions, he writes for a general readership. Understanding, he believes, begins with an overview of Muslim life and the character and influences on Islam. Designed as a short adult course on the subject, this booklet has instructions for the leader of an adult group on the topic. Interested in the impact of Christianity on Islam, Sailer explores what churches might do. Taken all together, this little booklet spells out a plan of action for what the author saw as a missionary opportunity.

Thomas Henry Powers Sailer (b. 1868) earned a Ph.D. and taught at Teachers College, later part of Columbia University. A Presbyterian interested in missions, he wrote widely on Christianity and Islam.

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  • CONTENTS (page 7)
  • TO THE LEADER (page 9)
  • SESSION ONE INTRODUCING THE MOSLEM WORLD (page 16)
  • SESSION TWO A CLOSER VIEW OF MOSLEM LIFE (page 25)
  • SESSION THREE THE CHARACTER OF ISLAM (page 31)
  • SESSION FOUR THE ENTRANCE OF MODERN INFLUENCES (page 39)
  • SESSION FIVE THE IMPACT OF CHRISTIANITY ON ISLAM (page 44)
  • SESSION SIX WHAT ONE CHURCH CAN DO (page 49)