This book is about how to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Muslims. Over the span of many years, I noted that most people asked more questions about presenting the Gospel to Muslims than any other topic. They indicated to me that it was not an easy task. I have come to believe that their greatest need was not presenting a book of stories, testimonies, and example of dialog with Muslims. Their greatest need is to clarify the biblical foundations the Gospel and for the methodologies of presenting it to Muslims. I can summarize every meaningful discussion I had with others about the Gospel and Muslims and it ultimately centered around these biblical and theological foundations that are shared in this book.
In this work, Daniel Amari examines extensively the main candidate backgrounds for the Logos of the Prologue of John. The author demonstrates that the doctrines of John concerning the Logos are not derived from Greek philosophy, Philo’swritings, nor second temple literature. But they are derived exclusively from the Old Testament. John’s Logos is the embodiment and fulfillment of Jewish Scriptures concerning the Son.
Finding Comfort in Trials