Jesus through Asian Eyes - Booklet

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A colourful booklet that answers many questions that Asians might have about Jesus and the Christian faith

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“Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes addresses Asian-flavored concerns about Christianity with depth and simplicity..”
Wien Fung
Chinese Church in London 
“A timely and relevant resource with helpful insights—an excellent tool for building bridges with our Asian neighbors..”
Ram Gidoomal
Chair of the South Asian Forum, Evangelical Alliance
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Many people have misconceptions and misunderstandings of what Christianity is all about, and perhaps know very little about who Jesus is and what he taught. This short colourful book addresses 16 questions that many Asians ask about Christianity, the Bible and what it means to follow Jesus.

• It asks and answers the questions that Asians of all backgrounds have about Jesus and the Christian Faith
• Contains the stories of Asians from all kinds of backgrounds who have found faith in Christ
• Warmly encourages those from other faiths to think about Jesus from the Bible
• Helps people see Christianity is not a western religion
• Sympathetically designed and culturally relevant

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Author Clive Thorne, Robin Thomson
ISBN 9781909919174
Format Saddle stitch
First published 2014
Dimensions 148mm x 210mm x 3.5mm
Language English
Pages 32
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews

“Great resource”

Extremely helpful resource to share with Asian friends, neighbours and work colleagues. Along with the new discussion course, it can do a great deal of positive good in sharing the Gospel with Asians.

It's Q&A approach means that people can "dip into" it, and read the sections that appeal to them at that time. This can then be followed up with discussions later, "How did you find the answer in the booklet?"

One of the testimonies speaks about seeing a vision of "light," (in context, this probably is referring to God). This may make other Asians think that they too must have a vision before they can become Christians. But this is the problem of all testimonies - they are illustrative, but we often mistake them as being normative.

Would recommend highly.


21/10/2014

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