Dear Muslim Friend

Whenever I travel to speak, I am frequently asked about resources that are ideal to give to Muslim friends, family, and coworkers. This new book Dear Muslim Friend by Jerry Mattix, just released, is the perfect tool to give away to Muslims to help them better understand the truth concerning Christianity and Jesus. The books are priced right and I recommend having several on hand. You can purchase the book here.

Dear Muslim Friend seeks to answer the basic questions Muslims are commonly asking about Christianity. These include:

* Hasn’t the Bible been changed?
* How could Isa [Jesus] be the Son of God?
* Didn’t someone else die on the cross instead
of Isa [Jesus]?

Misunderstanding on these and related issues continues to feed the misconception that cloud East and West relations. This book is designed to provide answers in an easily-understood format. More importantly, it sheds light on God’s truth as it relates to the salvation God offers to all people.

Jerry Mattix, along with his wife Sarah and their three children, have been living in the Middle East since 2001. They met at Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, IA, where Jerry received his Bachelor in Biblical Studies. Currently they reside in Northern Cyprus where they serve in a local church and also reach out to students from across the Middle East.

Over the years, Jerry has written a number of books in Turkish in which he explains the Gospel to Muslims. In Dear Muslim Friend, Jerry clearly and compassionately shares his faith based on his knowledge and experience of the Middle East—in hopes that many more people might understand and accept the love of God through Christ.

  • Philip Brown
    Posted at 20:59h, 12 March

    Thanks. I bought 5 copies.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 00:34h, 14 March

    When tribalism has global ambitions – trouble ahead.

    When what is universal gets down to the most basic level, there can be healing or trouble.

    Would this suffice as a simple comparison between Islam and the Christian faith tradition?

  • Joel
    Posted at 01:15h, 14 March


    Unfortunately, today it is a highly confident tribe versus a culture hamstrung by moral and cultural relativity and thus shame.

  • Gerardo
    Posted at 23:05h, 18 March

    Hello Joel i was just wondering do you personally know or at least heard of Walid Shoebat and his son Theodore Shoebat. And if so are you in agreement with his teachings,just curious. the reason i ask also is because i find the teachings by you and Mr,Shoebat very interesting.

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