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Islam Is Repackaged Polytheism: Documentation

Books by Samuel Marinus Zwemer, [1867-1952]

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Books by Samuel Zwemer

Click to ViewRaymund Lull, First Missionary to the Moslems, Samuel Marinus Zwemer, 1902

Click to ViewThe Moslem Doctrine of God, Samuel Marinus Zwemer,1905

Click to ViewThe Influence of Animism on Islam, Samuel Marinus Zwemer, 190?

Click to ViewThe Law of Apostasy in Islam, Samuel Marinus Zwemer, 1924

Click to ViewHeirs of the Prophet, Samuel Marinus Zwemer, 192?

Click to ViewCall to Prayer, Samuel Marinus Zwemer, 192?


About the Author:

Samuel Marinus Zwemer, [1867-1952]

Samuel Zwemer was called to preach the Gospel to Muslims, and he is without doubt the greatest missionary to the Islamic world. On June 28, 1890, he began his mission, sailing from the United States on a Dutch liner the Obdam. Zwemer stopped in Europe to meet with other evangelical groups and then traveled to Beirut. Zwemer traveled throughout much of the Muslim world proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus including the Balkans, India, China, Africa, the Middle East. On June 28th, 1933, he ventured as far as China to bring the Gospel to the Chinese Muslims. Zwemer's greatest feat was to visit Sana'a in Yemen, a place no lone westerner had ever gone before. He had many adventures in Arabia. In one incident, his life was spared when a Bedouin guide swore a great oath that Zwemer was neither an Englishman nor a government agent. In another incident, a group of Arabs debated whether, or not, they should hold him for ransom. These adversities did not deter Zwemer as he distributed Gospel literature throughout the Muslim world. Zwemer was dedicated to his mission of spreading the good news. He said : "No agency can penetrate Islam so deeply, abide so persistently, witness so daringly and influence so irresistibly as the printed page,". The only thing that stopped Zwemer from distributing Arabic leaflets and Bibles was confiscation. He dedicated his life to preaching the Gospel to the Muslims and the created an awareness of the spiritual needs of Muslims in the West. Samuel Zwemer set up presses which printed many books - both to educate Westerners about the spiritual needs of Muslims, and Arabic language books to educate Muslims about Christ. He authored or co-authored at least 48 books in English. "He lived, breathed and thought of one thing alone: cracking open the Moslem world for Christ.... Zwemer penetrated Islam, but the great work he began remains unfulfilled to this day." (More information of Samuel Zwemer) Samuel Zwemer was named Professor of Missions and Professor of the History of Religion at the Princeton Theological Seminary in 1929.

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