Long time reader and commenter on this blog (our friend RubeRad--who is also one of the contributors to the Confessional Outhouse) has announced the release of a new book by his aunt, Reading Scripture Together. The Book is designed to point out the differences between the Bible and the Qur'an so as to begin fruitful dialogue between Christians and Muslims.
Here's the publisher's blurb:
What is genuine dialogue between a Christian and Muslim? First, it is NOT an agreement that all paths up the spiritual mountain to God are equal and equally valid. Second, neither is it an "I'm right, you're wrong," closed-minded, tit-for-tat exchange a genuine dialogue. Genuine dialogue is sharing your beliefs with someone else while at the same time learning about his or hers. Genuine dialogue is forged in the crucible of friendship and can culminate in some of the most meaningful sharing you will ever experience. May you experience that kind of dialogue through the seven sessions of this study guide, which takes you into the text of the Bible and the Qur'an.
You can order it from Amazon: Reading Scripture Together
it is also available on Kindle: Reading Scripture Together (Kindle)