6) More Books/Resources on Understanding Islam

how-to-respond-muslimsI’m struck by the way Logos has created a learning system within its publishing platform. It’s a great way for missionaries to build a fantastic library at a decent price without buying those Rubbermaid “Tote” tubs. What’s more, one book that was $5 in print and $3.50 in Kindle edition (on Amazon) was just $2.25 in Logos’ marketplace. As always, it’s best to shop. About half the time, in my own comparisons, the Kindle edition would be cheaper, but Logos’ system was less expensive in other situations. See for yourself and do your own cost comparison at…

http://lgs.to/1bI0rru

Either way, don’t forget that you can use coupon code BRIGADA5 at checkout to get 15% additional discount off the already-discounted price. (Disclaimer: They’ve said they’ll make a gift to Brigada as a result of these purchases. But what I don’t understand is — if they’re shaving off dollars from what Amazon charges, how will they have any money leftover to make a donation? Does this mean Amazon is becoming filthy rich? :-) Your choice as to whom you want to support. :-) )

2 Responses to 6) More Books/Resources on Understanding Islam
  1. Ed Kearn Reply

    One book I really like–to understand Muslims and the Koran, and on occasion to actually give to them:

    Glad News!: God Loves you my Muslim Friend

    http://www.amazon.com/Glad-News-Loves-Muslim-Friend/dp/0830856609/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1381892294&sr=8-2&keywords=glad+news+god+loves+you

  2. Lester Merklin Reply

    I have many Kindle books and utilize Logos as well. In this case, however, I find Logos books on mission to Islam to lean toward the “fear of Islam” or “the errors of Islam” rather than the Jesus method of showing love and concern that lifts God up. Kindle has some of those books with the better approach!

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