Free E-book on Evangelism with Muslims

Written by Mark Farnham

On January 21, 2013

6a00e54ed0df5288330154329ff546970c-800wiIn Speaking of Jesus, Carl Medearis draws on his experience of international reconciliation between Muslims and Christians to remind us of the heart of the matter: Jesus. Download it free here.

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  1. Benoit Guillot

    A reblogué ceci sur Blogue de Benoit Guillot and commented:
    Un livre gratuit! Un de mes amis et professeurs à Calvary Baptist Seminary, Mark Farnham, nous informe d’un livre électronique gratuit. Dans ce livre, Carl Medearis nous révèle son expérience personnelle concernant la réconciliation entre Musulmans et Chrétiens. Il nous rappelle ainsi le point central de cette réconciliation: Jésus.

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  2. Benoit Guillot

    Thanks for sharing, professor Mark! I just reposted on my blog since there are so many Muslims here in Quebec. How are you doing? I would appreciate some news 🙂 benguillot@gmail.com
    God bless you so much!
    Ben

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