Emir Fethi Caner (Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington) is currently dean of The College at Southwestern (Southwestern Seminary) as well as professor of history and director of the Center for Free Church Studies. An award-winning and best-selling author, he speaks regularly on apologetics, world religions, and theology around the world and on such media outlets as NPR, PAX, and Billy Graham's Decision Today radio program. His past experience includes pastoring, overseas missions, and church planting. Ergun Mehmet Caner (Th.M., Southeastern Seminary; Th.D., University of South Africa) is Dean of the Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and Professor of Theology and Church History at Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia. During his seventeen years as a pastor and now as an educator, Dr. Caner has lectured on apologetics, world religions, and theology in eleven countries and has been interviewed on CNN, The 700 Club, and the BBC, among many others. He is the co-author of the best-selling book Unveiling Islam, along with many other books on Global Apologetics.
Recommend to anyone interested in reaching Muslims with Christ's
love.--CBA Marketplace (06/03/2004)
This is an excellent book to help Christians learn how to respond to their Muslim friends.--Teens4Jesus (06/03/2004)
This work will help Christians understand Islam better and will give Muslims competent answers to their questions. -- (10/01/2004)
"This book compiles answers to 149 questions people have asked about Christianity and Islam. Answers to these questions are thorough yet concise, and the tone of the book is kind and sympathetic to Muslim concerns. This work will help Christians understand Islam better and will give Muslims competent answers to their questions."-- (10/01/2004)
"More than a Prophet is clearly written and interesting to read. The organizational structure, set around specific questions, makes it useful for accessing specific information. The specific approach, addressing aspects of Christian faith in light of questions and concerns Muslims have, is a fresh and helpful one. This book is recommended for all academic libraries."-- (01/01/2005)