Questions to Ask Your Muslim Friends

London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, London

Event Details

24 November 2022
18:30 - 20:00
The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, St Peter's, Vere Street, London

Wilberforce Publications is pleased to announce the launch of Questions to Ask your Muslim Friends: A Closer Look at Islamic Beliefs and Texts by Beth Peltola and Tim Dieppe.

To celebrate the launch, Christian Concern invites you to an evening with authors Beth Peltola and Tim Dieppe. There will be a short talk from the authors followed by a time for Q & A and book signing.

Admission includes a complimentary copy of the book.

Refreshments will be served from 6pm for a 6.30pm formal start.

About the book

Christians often find themselves on the back foot when speaking with Muslims, struggling to answer questions about the divinity of Christ, the Trinity, and charges about the Bible having been corrupted. The authors – modelling their approach on Jesus’ methodology of teaching and engaging people with questions – present their own carefully constructed questions and answers. Along the way, they delve into what the Qur’an and other Islamic teachings say, so that conversations can get to the heart of the matter.

In this slim volume, the authors help the reader to grasp intelligently, two contrary world views, Islam and Christianity. This is a resource for those who wish to see their Muslim friends impacted by the life-giving power of the Gospel – a resource that encourages Christians to confidently engage their Muslim friends in serious and meaningful ways.

About the authors

Beth Peltola, CEO and lecturer, One Truth Project

Beth has lived among Muslims and studied Islam for over 25 years. She is one of the co-founders of the One Truth Project, a Christian research and teaching ministry that equips Christians to confidently engage Islam with the good news of Jesus. Beth now works as a consultant, researcher and teacher on Biblically responding to Islam, developing training courses for the Church and public short courses which respond to objections posed against Christianity.

Tim Dieppe, Head of Public Policy, Christian Concern

Tim joined Christian Concern in 2016 after a career in fund management. Tim connected with Christian Concern after being asked to run a sharia fund which he refused to do. He is now Head of Public Policy at Christian Concern, writing responses to Government consultations, interpreting the trends in government policy, and informing and equipping the Church to engage with cultural and political issues. Tim holds a degree from Oxford University and an MA in Theology from Westminster Theological Centre. He frequently writes and speaks about Islamic issues in the UK.


“For anyone who might be daunted by the idea of speaking with Muslims about Jesus Christ, here is an excellent resource with a whole series of questions for conversation starters arranged in a simple set of topics. It is full of ideas and information and explanations, presented simply and briefly, and does not demand an expert knowledge of Islam. As someone who has engaged in this kind of evangelism, I can see that it could be a really useful resource, and I warmly commend it.”
Graham Nicholls, Director, Affinity

“This book is dynamite, jam-packed with powerful questions to trigger meaningful spiritual encounters. When talking with your Muslim friends, don’t be caught on the backfoot. This is a must-have tool for anyone who has a heart to share the love of Jesus with Muslims. ‘Questions to Ask your Muslim Friends’ not only suggests great questions but it also puts tools in your hands so you can set the agenda for a life-changing conversation.”
Dr Mark Durie, Director, Institute for Spiritual Awareness

“Drawing on years of ministry and extensive experience encountering Islam and its claims, the authors raise penetrating questions that open up opportunities to effectively share the life-giving truths of the Gospel and answer important questions that one might be reluctant to ask. This small book is a valuable resource for anyone who lovingly wants to help Muslims come to faith in Christ.”
Stephen Krstulovich, Ph.D., Director of Research & Donna Hardee Krstulovich, Ph.D., International Trainer, Global Initiative: Reaching Muslim Peoples

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