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A Muslim S Heart

Author : Edward Hoskins
ISBN : 9781612912462
Genre : Religion
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In an age when Christians are often more fearful and suspicious of Muslims than warm and relational, A Muslim’s Heart will help you understand Muslim culture and how to share Christ within the context. A practical, quick-to-read guide, this book is ideal for those befriending Muslims at home and abroad.
Category: Religion

Reaching The Heart And Mind Of Muslims

Author : Matthew Stone, Ph.d.
ISBN : 1492394084
Genre : Religion
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This book focuses on loving Muslims, not debating them; understanding the Muslim's life, not criticizing their beliefs; in other words--touching the heart and mind of a Muslim with respect and care. One of the unique contributions of this book is the analysis of the ways in which Christians sabotage their plans to share their faith with Muslims and how to overcome this problem. While the author is a professor of Islamic studies, this book is practical, down to earth, and filled with humor.
Category: Religion

A Heart Turned East

Author : Adam LeBor
ISBN : 0312300018
Genre : History
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In a series of essays both prescriptive and inspirational, Brian McNaught, the author of "On Being Gay" and one of the most prominent writers on the issue of sexuality, leads readers through the basic issues that gay men and lesbians will have to confront as they try to find a place for themselves in an often hostile world.
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Sufism Heart Of Islam

Author : Sadia Dehlvi
ISBN : 9789350294482
Genre : Religion
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This engaging and well-researched narrative provides an insider's understanding of Islam in all its aspects. It elaborates on how Sufism is the preserved spiritual path that forms the heart of Islam. Drawing from an in-depth study of Muslim texts and traditions, the author articulates that Sufism is not an innovation, but the continuity of a thought process that links Muslims to their religious predecessors all the way to Prophet Muhammad. The book covers the remarkable lives of the early Sufis, their literature, and philosophies that stress on the purification of the heart. It highlights the major Sufi orders, their popularity in the subcontinent and how the teachings of Sufi Masters impacted the devotional aspect of Muslims forever. This comprehensive account spans from early Islam to the modern day concerns of militant ideologies, arguing how they pose the biggest threat to the classical understanding of the faith. It offers an insightful look at the complex relationship of Sufism with both Muslim and non-Muslim societies
Category: Religion

The Magnificent Organ

Author : Jeanette Hablullah
ISBN : 0970783124
Genre : Heart
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This book contains references from the Quran, Bible, and well researched sources of sciences to help us understand what happens when we fail to balance between the aggressive brain and the calm, gentle heart and ignore or reject the Truth.This book is a long awaited addition to the bookshelves of both Muslims and non-Muslims with some very thought provoking ideas on how we see ourselves-beyond our physical bodies. Yet, it includes detailed explanations on the physiology of the brain-heart connection and how it affects our health, both physical and spiritual.
Category: Heart

The Islamic Journal 04

Author : Sayyid Rami al Rifai
Genre : Religion
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This is a Journal containing a series of related articles i have written based on research i have conducted over the past 5 or so years, for a book i have been writing about the meaning of the prophets (saws) instruction to "worship Allah as if we see him". Because this means in our lives rather than the five prayers, to worship Allah here means to know him and to know him we need to have knowledge of him, to use the story of the prophet Khidr (as) as an example, in answering this, the Journal will cover in essence what it was Al Khidr tried to teach the Prophet Musa (as) using what we know from science today about human physiology and how it gains knowledge, and ultimately How do we worship Allah as if we see him. This is the fourth Issue of the Journal, which is written sequentially, with more to follow covering a wide range of related topics in a much deeper scope, from the history of Islamic civilisation and how it developed as a result of it’s practices to the prophets understanding of Space and the Universe and how Allah used them as an example to teach man about his self and what he is made from. Table Of Contents 1) Man Is Always In A State Of Loss In The Universe 2) Ablution (Wudu) Is Worth Half Of Our Iman (Faith) and It’s Affects On The Unseen (Subatomic) World 3) The Role Of Wudu (Ablution) In Being Happy 4) The Spiritual Impact Of Perfecting The Self And The Importance of Spiritual Training 5) Allah Himself Is The One Who Categorised The Nafs (Self) 6) The Acupuncture Of Asia The Lataif Of Islam and Their Origin Related Material 1) 1001 Years Of Missing Islamic Martial Arts 2) Tariqah’s Existed Among The First Generations Of Muslims (Salaf)Imam 3) Ibn Kathir and Sufism 4) The Debate Between Ibn Ata Allah and Ibn Taymiyah On Tasawwuf Visit the forum and blog @ http://SunnahMuakadah.com/
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The Cross And The Crescent

Author : Phil Parshall
ISBN : 9781884543685
Genre : Religion
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"Compares and contrasts Muslim and Christian views on the nature of God, sacred Scriptures, worship, sin and holiness, mysticism, Jesus and Muhammed, human suffering, and the afterlife."--Cover.
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Breaking The Islam Code

Author : J. D. Greear
ISBN : 9780736944670
Genre : Religion
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World events won't let North Americans ignore Muslims anymore. Whether those Muslims are villagers in Iraq or neighbors down the street, Breaking the Islam Code offers everyday Christians profound insight into the way Muslims think and feel. J.D. Greear's ability to communicate challenging heart truth, plus his expertise in Christian and Islamic theology and two years' experience in a Muslim-dominated area, make him the perfect author for this empowering, insightful, reader-friendly book. It transcends traditional apologetics, focusing on helping Christians understand what is deep in Muslims' hearts, behind their theology--which will lead to friendship and effective communication of the gospel respectfully turn many of the primary objections into opportunities to share the faith avoid unnecessarily offending Muslims they're interacting with Readers will be excited that sharing Christ with Muslims is something they can do--as everyday Christians in their own cities, campuses, and workplaces.
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Christians At The Heart Of Islamic Rule

Author : David Richard Thomas
ISBN : 9004129383
Genre : Architecture
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This volume on Christian life and thought in Baghdad under 'Abbasid rule illustrates the vigour of Christianity, and shows that relations between Christians and Muslims, although at times strained, could often be beneficial to followers of both faiths.
Category: Architecture

Jesus And Jihad

Author : Robert F. Shedinger
ISBN : 9781498220224
Genre : Religion
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Few words inspire more fear in Americans these days than jihad. Its mere utterance conjures up images of car bombs exploding in crowded mrkets; Boeing 737s crashing into tall buildings; and flag-burning, gun-toting bearded Arab men shouting, "allahu akbar" and "Death to America!" But what if all our stereotypical images of jihad are wrong, and when rightly understood, jihad turns out to be the perfect lens through which to understand the life and mission of Jesus? Jesus and Jihad argues that in early Muslim sources jihad stood for the struggle to transform a violent and unjust pre-Islamic society into one characterized by greater levels of justice and peace. When rescued from his Christian pietistic misinterpretations, Jesus emerges as a highly prophetic figure of resistance to the injustices authorized by Roman imperial power. As Muslims reengage an authentic understanding of jihad, and Christians, through a renewed understanding of jihad, meet the prophetic Jesus from whom they have become estranged, a new era of Christian-Muslim cooperation in the struggle against injustice can become the norm, replacing the current antipathy dividing these communities with a passion to reclaim once again a prophetic heart in service to a hurting world.
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