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Who Is My Enemy?

Who Is My Enemy?

Questions American Christians Must Face About Islam—And Themselves

by Lee C. Camp

"Truly the best book I know for all Christians who want to be faithful to Jesus while figuring out how to relate to Islam. It is wonderfully written, wonderfully readable, wonderfully insightful, and wonderfully true."

—Glenn Stassen, Fuller Theological Seminary; author of Living the Sermon on the Mount

About Who Is My Enemy?

About Who Is My Enemy?

By Lee C. Camp

Read an introduction to the new book and author.

Jesus and Muhammad on War and Peace

Jesus and Muhammad on War and Peace

By Patheos Editors

Are Christians more like followers of Muhammad on matters of war and peace? Author Lee Camp responds in this exclusive interview.

Who Is My Enemy? A Book Excerpt

Who Is My Enemy? A Book Excerpt

By Lee C. Camp

Read the first two chapters of Lee Camp's new book Who Is My Enemy?

Trading Places: A Review of Who Is My Enemy?

Trading Places: A Review of Who Is My Enemy?

By David Swartz

If Christians do not learn how to listen to those who don't embrace our faith, we are going to lose our voice.

Mere Discipleship

Mere Discipleship

By Lee C. Camp

Other books by Lee Camp

Darkwood Brew Interview with Camp

Darkwood Brew Interview with Camp

By Eric Elnes

Watch a video interview between Camp and the Rev. Eric Elnes from the weekly web worship program Darkwood Brew.

Is Christian Just War Just Like Jihad?

Is Christian Just War Just Like Jihad?

By Lee C. Camp

Christian and Islamic views of warfare are closer than we have been led to believe.

Book Club Roundtable

Loving Your Enemies

Loving Your Enemies

By Carl Gregg

In the course of his short book, Camp surveys the important precedents for Christian nonviolent activism.

Camp Responds to Jason Byassee

Camp Responds to Jason Byassee

By Lee Camp

Lee Camp takes on blogger Byassee's questions about Who Is My Enemy?

You Are Doing the Very Same Things

You Are Doing the Very Same Things

By Jason Byassee

That’s the greatness of Camp’s book: by the end you’ll be asking why you and your church are not more faithfully Christian.

Muslims, Christians and War

Muslims, Christians and War

By Scot McKnight

Not one early Christian writing can be found, Camp observes, in which killing in war is permitted.

Who Is My Enemy?

Who Is My Enemy?

By Greg Garrett

"We are right to be incensed at terrorist acts -- but wrong to ignore our own violation of Just War mandates even in the preservation of our nation."

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