Jesus and the Indian Messiah

A perspective of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam

The majority of Muslims await the second coming of Jesus to convert Christianity into Islam and establish the Islamic empire. However a group of twelve million known as the Ahmadiyya believe that their founder was the returned Messiah, the second coming of Jesus in spirit.

The movement denies the integrity of the Bible, the death of Jesus by crucifixion, his resurrection and ascension. Mainstream Islam persecutes the group as heretics, but is content to use its methods and tactics against Christians, thus unintentionally making it the source of some modern Muslim polemics.

This book is written to present a Christian perspective of the movement and addresses some of the arguments that are raised by Ahmadis and and used also by Muslims demonstrating the weakness of their arguments in the light of what the Bible says.

Publisher: 
Word of Life
ISBN #: 
ISBN 1-898868-00-X