Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Part 1 - Pilgrim of Allah: Devotion to Christ within the Line of Muhammad Chapter 3 Pilgrimage to Faith Chapter 4 Journeying Among Muslims Chapter 5 Discovering Home Part 6 Part 2 - Bridging Two Worlds Chapter 7 Salaam on Islam Chapter 8 Muslim Disciple of Christ Part 9 Part 3 - New Directions for the Journey Chapter 10 Resurrecting the Eastern Christ: Embracing the Semitic Face of Jesus Chapter 11 Opening a Middle Eastern Book: Returning the Christian Scriptures to their Middle Eastern Origin Chapter 12 Once Upon a Time: Telling Eastern Stories of Faith to Muslim Audiences Chapter 13 Questions to a Muslim Christian Pilgrim: An Interview with Mazhar Mallouhi Chapter 14 Appendix: List of Mazhar Mallouhi's works
Paul-Gordon Chandler is a U.S. Episcopal priest serving in the Middle East. He grew up in Muslim West Africa, and has lived and worked extensively throughout the Islamic world with churches, Christian publishing, and relief and development agencies. Paul-Gordon lived in the UK for several years, working with the Anglican church and as the director of SPCK Worldwide.For publicity events and speaking engagements, see https://www.paulgordonchandler.com/speaking.
Events of recent years have exacerbated mutual suspicion, fear and misunderstanding between Christians and Muslims. Yet Jesus Christ set in motion a unity that knows no boundaries; he broke all barriers. We must think beyond the present walls of the church to move forward. The issues dealt with in this timely book demonstrate God's divine embrace, providing a bridge in the gap. -- Archbishop Emeritus Desmond M. Tutu
An important and exciting introduction to Mazhar Mallouhi's life and teachings. I commend this book to all who wish to understand Islam. -- George Carey, (Lord Carey of Clifton), former Archbishop of Canterbury 1991-2002
This very timely book is a must for anyone who would wish to understand Muslim/Christian dialogue. Mazhar Mallouhi has a unique insight which has largely been gained through personal suffering. He has much to teach us. -- Terry Waite, CBE, former envoy for the Archbishop of Canterbury, hostage negotiator, author
At a time when Islamaphobia has gripped many Western Christians, Paul-Gordon shows what Christians and Muslims have often been, and can today still be: in a 'clasp' rather than a 'clash' of civilizations. Never has a book like this been more timely, or more necessary. -- William Dalrymple, author of From the Holy Mountain