As a former Muslim, Thabiti Anyabwile knows firsthand the power of the gospel at work in a person’s heart. Yet despite his own conversation, he understands how easy it is to feel intimidated and wonder if what you know is enough.
Out of this struggle The Gospel for Muslims was written - for the average Christian who wants to share his or her faith but isn’t sure how. Its main point is delightfully plain: as a Christian, you already know everything you need to know to effectively share the good news of Jesus Christ with a Muslim - the gospel.
In Part 1, Thabiti focuses on the gospel itself, exploring the key topics of God, mankind, Jesus ,repentance and faith. In Part 2, he offers some practical suggestions on talking with Muslims about Christ, including chapters on the Bible, hospitality, the local church, and suffering in evangelism.
The Gospel for Muslims is not a book of techniques for sharing the faith - it’s a call to place you confidence in the gospel. May Thabiti’s prayer become your own: ‘Increasingly, God seems pleased to bring the Muslim world right to our doorsteps. With some confidence and reliance upon God and His gospel, we may yet be the generation that sees history’s greatest revival among Muslim peoples. That’s my prayer. And I pray this book encourages every reader to be a part of God’s great work.’