An updated and expanded edition of the bestselling and award - winning book Islam is often obscured by a veil of unfamiliar beliefs, customs, and practices. We watch intriguing images of Islamic nations on our televisions. We hear words like Muslim and Jihad defined in conflicting terms. But we still don't understand. Now, more than ever, we need to join the thousands of Christians who have become friends and compatriots in reaching Muslim people for Christ. So who can explain this culture with clarity and precision? Raised as Sunni Muslims by a leader in the faith, brothers Ergun and Emir Caner have lived the Muslim life. Now Christians, and highly respected theology professors, the Caner brothers are particularly qualified to present an unprecedented insider's look at Islam. Newly updated and expanded from its original edition, Unveiling Islam is a sympathetic yet uncompromising presentation of the entire scope of Islam-its practices, ethics, and beliefs, including the primary differences between Christianity and Islam. The authors then present a practical strategy Christians can use to open a productive dialogue with Muslims. Ergun Mehmet Caner (Th.M., Southeastern Seminary; Th.D., University of South Africa) is dean of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and professor of theology and church history at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. During his seventeen years as a pastor and now as an educator, Dr. Caner has lectured on apologetics, world religions, and theology in eleven countries and has been interviewed on CNN, The 700 Club, the BBC, and elsewhere. He is co-author of many books on global apologetics. Emir Fethi Caner (Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington) is president of Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Georgia. An award-winning and best-selling author, he speaks regularly on apologetics, world religions, and theology around the world and on such media outlets as NPR, PAX, and Billy Graham's Decision Today radio program. His past experience includes pastoring, overseas missions, and church planting.