Complete Literature Index

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Christ in Isalm and Christianity
by John Gilchrist
This booklet is a response to Deedat’s booklet “Christ in Islam”, and it is a comparative study of the Christian and Muslim attitudes to the person of Jesus Christ. The author discussed the following points: Mary in the Qur’an and the Bible, the exclusive title given to Jesus, A consideration of the birth of Jesus, Melechisedec-a type of the Christ to come, Jesus-the Eternal Son of the living God and other items.
Did God Appear in the Flesh?
by Iskander Jadeed
Is it possible that God would incarnate and dwell in a human body? The author of this book explains how Jesus was born from Virgin Mary (was made in the likeness of men), lived here on earth (being found in fashion as a man). He got hungry, thirsty, tired of travelling and even slept on a ship. He was humiliated by human beings although in him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily. So Jesus was limited in his human nature, yet filled heaven and earth in his divine nature, united with the Father and the Holy Spirit. This is the mystery of his unique character ("No one knows the Son except the Father" - Matthew 11:27)... and this is a great mystery: "Beyond all question, the mystery of godliness is great: He appeared in a body" - 1 Timothy 3:16.
For the Sake of Truth
by Iskander Jadeed

This book is the life story of a wonderful man of God who came from a Muslim background.

The first part of the book contains his personal memoirs while part two presents the correspondence with his brother, who tried to bring him back to Islam.

This booklet defends the Christian faith by answering the following questions of Muslims: who is God? Is it possible to know God? What are the tangible evidences of the existence of the Trinity? How would Satan tempt Christ-the God? Is it enough to believe in Jesus as a prophet? What are the evidences of the divinity of Christ?
God has Chosen for me Everlasting Life
by Hamran Ambrie

Conversion experience of an Indonesian Muslim; how he turned from attacking Christianity to his conversion; and his believing in the Bible which, he became convinced, had not been corrupted.

He shows how he came to believe in difficult Christian doctrines to Muslims, as such as: Jesus Christ's sonship, Jesus Christ's deity, Jesus Christ's death and resurrection, trinity and authenticity of the Bible.

God is one in the Holy Trinity
by Zachariah Butrus
The author explains the following difficult facts in a simplified and generalized way: the all-gathering unity of God in the Holy Trinity, the testimony of the Qur'an for the unity of the Holy Trinity, the names of the Holy Trinity, the counterfeit trinity, and the shining grace.
How can we Know the Truth of the Gospel
by Iskander Jadeed

This book discusses important subjects that relate to the foundations of the Christian faith. It also defends the infallibility of the Bible, the Sonship of Christ and His crucifixion, and some of the issues that are misunderstood by some people.

In Search of Assurance
by K.K. Alavi

This is the story of God's goodness to an Indian Muslim. The writer shows how God loved him and showed him His salvation. He tells about persecutions and difficulties that faced him, and he ends his testimony by saying, "You did not choose me, but I chose you to go and bear fruit - fruit that will last."

My Grace is Sufficient for You
by Ghulam Masih Naaman

This book is a wonderful testimony of a Pakistani Muslim who found Christ. He served the Lord with his wife and his children, in spite of persecutions and battles from within and without.

He was ordained as a priest in the Anglican Church and continued to serve the Lord till the last moment of his life.

Released from Bondage
by Augustine Abdul Jabbar

This is the testimony of an Indian Muslim who accepted Jesus Christ as his personal saviour and redeemer. He narrates in a concise way, the story of his life since his birth in a fundamentalist Muslim family, till the moment he has written this testimony.

Sin and Atonement in Islam and Christianity
by Iskander Jadeed

There is no question that all people need salvation because sin is firmly planted in the human race, as all have sinned. There is also no doubt that the human heart knows that repentance alone does not erase sins, and that there must be a better way to earn forgiveness and that is atonement.

This booklet discusses the position of Christianity and Islam concerning atonement.

Sweet Firstfruits
by W.M.

A very unique book that narrates the experiences the Christians from an Islamic background had and the persecution they faced because of their faith that caused some to be martyred.

The book recounts the conversations between a Christian man and a group of Islamic sheiks which led them to believe in Christ and Christianity. They were finally killed because of their new faith.

The book also proves the authenticity of the Bible.

Teach me your Way O Lord!
by Iskander Jadeed

Many desire to know the true way to God. As there is only one God, there is also one way to heaven. So what is that way?

Muslims believe that “the religion of God is Islam”; is Islam the way to God?

Jesus Christ said: “I am the way” (John 14:6). Is He the way to God?

You can find the answers to these questions in this booklet.

Test Everything, Hold on to the Good
by Iskander Jadeed

This booklet explains some of the Christian doctrines in a simple way, and shows the view of Islam about them:

- The cross in the Gospel and the Qur'an

- The agitators of war

- Sin

- Buddha and Christ

- The character of Christ

The Cross in the Gospel and the Qur'an
by Iskander Jadeed

This booklet is a valuable study about the cross in the Gospel and Quran; does the Quran deny it totally while the Gospel confirms it?

Christianity teaches that Christ was crucified to pay the penalty of the humans’ sins, and that God reconciled the sinful human with himself by saving them with the blood of Christ.

Islam, on the other hand, teaches that Isa the son of Miriam was not crucified and that someone took his place while God raised Isa to Him.

The Crucifixion of Christ: A Fact, not Fiction
by John Gilchrist
Was Jesus really crucified? This is a very important question, because Christianity is founded on the crucifixion of Christ and his resurrection. The Bible, which is considered the source of the Christian faith, assures the fact that Jesus died on the cross. It also shows that Jesus never planned any revolution against the government, or even made any attempt to defend himself when he was arrested, as some may assume to raise doubts about the Christian faith.
The Gospel of Barnabas
by Iskander Jadeed
This booklet gives the facts which prove that this gospel is falsified. The Gospel of Barnabas contains many historical and geographical mistakes which prove that the author of this gospel was totally ignorant of the history of the area, and had no clue about the Holy Land. This booklet suggests that the author of this gospel is an Italian monk who converted to Islam. He pretended to be the disciple Barnabas.
The Infallibility of the Torah and the Gospel
by Iskander Jadeed
It is frequently stated that the Torah and the Gospel are corrupted by the Christians and the Jews. The author refutes this accusation with different convincing proofs.
The Person of Christ in the Gospel and the Qur'an
by Abd al-Fadi

The author discusses the high accorded Christ (Isa) in Islam as well as some popular misconceptions as to His person. The author compares Christ's characters and attributes in the Holy Bible to the Qur'an as follows:

The distinctive characteristic attributes, as such as: sonship, deity and humanity of Christ. In addition to this, the author discusses the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, the oneness of the three persons of the Trinity and a reply to objections.

The Textual History of the Qur'an and the Bible
by John Gilchrist

This is a reply to Deedat’s booklets, “Is the Bible God’s Word?”, and it is an objective study of evidences from the texts of the Qur’an and the Bible. The author discussed the following points: “Three grades of evidence”, the “Multiple Bible versions”, the Apocrypha, the “Grave defects”, fifty thousand errors, “Allah” in the Bible, parallel passages in the Bible, alleged contradictions in the Bible, pornography in the Bible? And the genealogy of Jesus Christ.

Themes for the Diligent
by Nicola Yacoub Ghabril

This book is a comprehensive study of different controversial subjects between Christianity and Islam, such as:

- Proofs of the authenticity of the Bible, and being free from any falsification or alteration.

- The infallibility of Christ

- The divinity of Christ

- The oneness of the Trinity

- Christ’s crucifixion

The author makes use of verses from the Qur’an and the Hadith to prove the truth of these subjects.

Torn Nest
by G.M. Naaman
This book is a collection of spiritual exercises and persecutions experienced by a converted Muslim. The book contains also the testimony of the author’s son Obed who was killed because of his conversion into Christianity, and the sufferng the author had to endure because of his son’s death.
Trinity and Unity
by Pope Shenuda III
This is an apologetic essay dispelling misconceptions among Muslims about the Trinity.
Victory of the Truth
by Iskander Jadeed

This booklet contains a collection of critical questions about the Christian faith asked by a Muslim Sheikh from Saudi Arabia. The answers to these questions are given in a well-founded way, mainly based on the Bible, but also on historical facts and reasoned arguments. Subjects like the Holy Trinity, the crucifixion of Christ, sin and atonement, the Deity of Christ and many others are treated.

Was Christ really Crucified?
by Faris Al-Qayrawani

The crucifixion of Christ is a controversial issue between Christians and Muslims. While Christians consider the cross the main doctrine in their faith, Muslims totally deny that Christ was crucified or even that he died in a natural way. Yet Christians insist that Christ died on the cross to cleanse all humans from their sins.

Muslims use verses from the Qur’an to deny the doctrine of salvation and the need of a savior. On the other hand, Christians believe that there is no salvation without the shedding of blood which took its final form on the cross.

This book reviews the main concepts of the Christian faith, such as the divine incarnation in Christ, his crucifixion that gave salvation to many and took away the sin of the world, and his glorious resurrection that gives the sinner the way out of hell and the chance to have eternal life.

Why I Became a Christian?
by Sultan Muhammed Paul

This booklet contains the testimony of an Afghani Muslim who became a Christian after considering what this faith had to offer compared to what he had been brought up in. The author concentrates on his encounters and controversies with Christians. Being convinced in their doctrines; he reveals how he found salvation in Jesus Christ.