This book is written primarily for Muslims who have an interest in Jesus, or Muslims who have become followers of Christ, but the audience isn’t limited to them. It takes you on a journey in the direction of Jesus, ending with very practical appendices.
The structure of the book is phenomenal, and I’d recommend it to any reader. The chapters are short with questions for application, and the variety of topics covered is immense. A new Christian following this book would be more spiritually mature than a lot of believers who have been around the block a few times!
Due to the intended audience it does talk about Islam and quotes phrases in Arabic, which may put off a non-Muslim reader, but this certainly doesn’t detract from the text. On occasion, particularly in the first part of the book, the difference between the Muslim culture and the Muslim faith is not clarified quite as much as I’d like, but for a Muslim audience I think this is actually exactly right.
And quite honestly, there’s an absolute wealth of practical ways to grow in your relationship with God. Every Christian should get a hold of this book and do what it says!
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