With over 1.5 billion followers worldwide, Islam is the second-largest and one of the fastest-growing religions in the world. As an aid for comparative religion studies, the Islamic Studies Collection brings together 34-volumes that provide an extensive background on the Islamic faith, its founder and prophet Muhammad, and its relation to the Bible, Jesus Christ, and Christianity. Important for apologetics and missionary work, the volumes in this collection provide:
With the Islamic Studies Collection (34 vols.), you will gain a greater understanding of the Islamic religion—and its relation to Christianity. Discover where the Qur'an makes references to the Old and New Testament people and events, as well as how it drastically differs from the Bible. With this collection, you will gain a better perspective and understanding of the Muslim faith and the text of the Qur'an. As a result, you can learn core Muslim doctrines and apply that knowledge in comparative studies, apologetics, and evangelism to Muslims.