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  • ISBN: 9780-9965477-41
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 208
  • Publisher: Saluda Press

The Crescent and the Cross: The Eighth Voyage of Sinbad (Robert Rogland)

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Sinbad’s first 7 voyages are famous, but his eighth voyage was the most amazing of all. This book will captivate readers young and old, as they follow Sinbad and his African friend, Selassie, encountering one danger after another.  Finally they find the most wonderful treasure of all.

In this colorful story, Christian readers will be informed to see how the challenges of Islam are more than adequately met and answered by the gospel of Christ.  A clear witness of the way to Christ is wrapped into the exciting high adventures of Sinbad in this engaging tale.

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The Crescent and The Cross

The Eighth Voyage of Sinbad

Sinbad’s first seven voyages are famous, but his eighth is the most amazing of all!  This book will captivate young and adult readers, as they see how Sinbad and his young African friend, Selassie, encounter one danger after another.  It’s a long journey that finally reveals to Sinbad the most wonderful treasure of all.

The book was written because Islam is challenging Christians and the gospel message worldwide today, even in America.  Christians need to see how the gospel alone is suited to meet the true spiritual needs of men and women, boys and girls, and how Islam fails miserably in this.  The Crescent and The Cross thus combines high adventure with a clear witness to the gospel, in a way that will grip readers and keep them avidly glued to the story til the very end.

About the Author

Robert Rogland is a retired high school science teacher, who taught 20 years in public schools and 20 years in Christian schools.  He is also the author of several New Testament commentaries, and Luther’s 95 Theses for 21st Century Christians.  Robert serves at Faith Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Tacoma, WA.  He and his wife Sharon have been married over 50 years and live in Tacoma, WA.  They have four married children and 17 grandchildren.