Prince And The Prophet: Jesus Talks With Mohammed

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 2004 - Religion - 96 pages
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Nothing is more centerstage at this time in world history than the place of religion - its use and abuse.What is Islam? What is the Christian faith? Are these on a collision course? Listen in on a conversation between two young men - one a devout Muslim and the other at a crossroads as he faces the claims of Jesus Christ. Enter into the debate as heart and mind intertwine with the deepest themes of faith and truth. Join an imaginary conversation that one enters into between Jesus and Mohammed. Mohammed claimed to be the last and the greatest messenger defining two Houses - the House of Islam or the House of war. Jesus came as the Prince of peace to draw us to the Father. Mohammed came claiming he was the Seal of the Prophets. Jesus claimed to be the Son of God. The Prophet and the Prince reveal their message. You be the judge as to whose life was more in keeping with the character and the call of God. Can we see the difference and learn to live peaceably with these differences? Read this book as part of the Great Conversations series by Ravi Zacharias as he tackles this sensitive theme in The Prophet and the Prince. It could change the way you think about God and the nature of Truth.

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Ravi Zacharias was born in India . After earning his master's degree at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School , he began a speaking ministry that has taken him worldwide (including the campuses of Harvard, Princeton , and Oxford ) as a recognized authority on comparative religions, cults, and philosophy. His books include the Gold Medallion winner Can Man Live without God?, Light in the Shadow of Jihad, The Lotus and the Cross, and Jesus Among Other Gods. He also teaches the weekly international radio program Let My People Think. Ravi lives with his wife, Margaret, in Atlanta . They have three grown children. Hometown Advantage

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