Islamic tracts


#1

Does anyone know of any tracts that can be used to persuade Muslims of the truth of Catholicism? I could use a few in my area. They would have to be in English.


#2

There were these tracts I once saw. I think they were put out some guy named Jack Chick.

:smiley: Yes, I am joking! :smiley:

James


#3

Did you see this thread?

forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=8172

It links to a document about a discussion between Islam & Christianity, you might find it useful!


#4

[quote=cestusdei]Does anyone know of any tracts that can be used to persuade Muslims of the truth of Catholicism? I could use a few in my area. They would have to be in English.
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I personally don’t think this route would be fruitful. Islam is underestimated as a solid monotheistic logical religion it has many truths in common with Judaims and Christianity. Christianity on a faith level is far more difficult relgion to understand and requires should I say supernatural faith. Sacraments, God Incarnate died and rose again. These things are far beyond what is required to beleive that Mohammed is God’s last and greatest prophet and God is one Allah is his name.
I know Muslims they are intellectual about religion and open to dialogue however they aren’t like americans and change religions after reading a cartoon tract. They want solid answers in an intellectual level.
I have a book that I found helpful Inside Islam A guide for Catholics by Daniel Ali and Robert Spencer.
But Muslims have strong familial ties in regard to their faith even in America a child in disowned for converting to the Christian religion. Catholcism shoulders a heavier burden due to propaganda about the Crusades and such. I haven’t found any luck in converting any Muslim but at least this book open the dialoge and that’s all you can hope for the holy spirit is the one who converts ultimately.
But its much harder task than to Bible thump verses a protestant.


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