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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Kregel Academic & Professional
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Many evangelicals have used the ongoing conflict in the Middle East as fodder for debates over how to interpret prophecy, instead of seeing it as the human tragedy that it is. In "Apocalypse Later," former Muslim Abdu H. Murray urges Christians to change their focus from eschatology to the gospel of Jesus Christ, because only Christ can change the hearts of Jews and Muslims in the midst of conflict.
"Murray calls us back to the person of Jesus and the message of His death and resurrection, pleading with us to restore its centrality, contrary to the periphery discussions that not only detract from the gospel but actually offend the very folks we most want to reach. We need to hear and heed Murray's timely warning."--Gary R. Habermas, Distinguished Research Professor, Liberty University
"This book provides a perspective that is level-headed, insightful, and caring. It is a valuable contribution for Christians, informing them that they are talking past Muslims and Jews, and how to turn that around."--Michael Licona, Apologetics Coordinator, North American Mission Board
"Murray presents a genuinely biblical and more fruitful alternative in response to the strife, suffering, and injustices the Middle East region has endured. This is a bold--and far more promising--way forward."--Paul Copan, Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Fanatic Book Lover5 Stars Out Of 5May 5, 2009Fanatic Book LoverVery interesting read. Murray's background gives credibility to his views. He basically gave up his Muslim family when he became a follower of Christ, and now (through both his book and his nonprofit organization) he is sharing how to reach Muslims for Jesus. Very compelling story.It's a good reminder that Christ died for ALL, and though we may disagree about a lot of things, because Jesus loves everyone universally, that should be our approach as well.