Category: Articles on Islam

Learn more about Islam from a Christian perspective in this series of articles. Find out what Muslims believe, what it says about Jesus in the Qur’an, what the pillars of the Islamic faith are, and more. Understanding Muslims is the key to both effective prayer and outreach.

Ministering to Muslims in North America

An interview with Don McCurry

He was a missionary in Pakistan (1957 to 1975), directed the North American Lausanne Consultation on Muslim Evangelism (1978), founded the Zwemer Institute of Muslim Studies and edited The Gospel and Islam (1979)

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The Islamic Calendar

This month of Ramadan is determined by the Muslim lunar calendar (corresponding to the lunar cycle from one crescent moon to the next).

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Reaching Muslim Students

There are thousands of students throughout the Muslim world who may be willing to hear about Jesus from a person who is truly in love with Him, but few have had the opportunity.

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Witnessing to Muslims

Leading Muslims to Christ is possible when Christians are sensitive to Muslim culture and religion. The following tips will help.

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Ramadan Explained

Why are more than a billion people around the world abstaining from eating, drinking, smoking, and sex from dawn to sunset this month? They are Muslims who are fasting during the holy month of Ramadan.

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What Muslims Believe

Muslims believe that Allah is unique, all-powerful, gracious, and merciful to all Muslims. The Islamic faith is lived out according to five “pillars” that must be adhered to if one is to hope for salvation.

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Understanding Islam

The word “Islam” simply means submission to God, and a Muslim is one who follows the religion of Islam. The revelation of Islam was given to Mohammed, who is revered by Muslims as the greatest prophet. Mohammed is not just a name, but a title which means The Praised One.

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Why Pray for Muslims?

Because every Muslim is unique and wonderful in God’s eyes, it’s important to have a right heart attitude concerning them. 

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