The Gospel for Muslims is another winner by Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile. This short but powerful work shatters the assumption that Muslims are impossible to reach for Christ. A former Muslim himself, Anyabwile demonstrates that loving and faithful proclamation have and will continue to reap benefits among our Muslim friends. For the gospel “is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.”
Pastor Thabiti employs the same strategy for unpacking that gospel that emerges in Greg Gilbert’s excellent book, What is the Gospel? Four components summarize this God-centered approach to evangelism, namely, proclamation concerning God, the sinfulness of man, the person and work of Christ as well as the responsibility for sinners to believe. Each section contrasts Muslim dogma with the truth of Scripture.
This little book is loaded with practical help in sharing the gospel with Muslim people. Anyone who has contact with Muslim people should read Anyabwile’s book. And everyone should practice the principles set forth so Muslims everywhere might know the hope and forgiveness found in Christ alone!
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