Jesus and the Indian Messiah
900 million Muslims await the second coming of Jesus to convert Christianity into Islam and establish the Islamic empire. However a group of twelve million among them known as the "Ahmadiyya" believe that their founder was the returned Messiah, who was born and bred in the Punjab as a Muslim in the last century. They preach this message fervently, confusing many on the streets of Europe and America today.
Mainstream Islam persecutes the group as heretics, but is content to use its methods and tactics against Christians, thus unitentionally making it the source of most modern Muslim polemics.
This book is written to present a Christian perspective of the movement which, like orthodox Islam, denies the integrity of the Bible, the death of Jesus by crucifixion and His resurrection. This book addresses the arguments raised by both Ahmadis and Muslims demonstrating the weakness of thier arguments and pointing to the Biblical Truth.
Word of Life. ISBN 1-898868-00-X.