Press Toward The Mark Publications

Christian apologetic books that focus on racism, sexism, chauvinism, slavery, and sexuality.

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"The Trouble with Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam" is is out of print but can still be ordered online at Amazon.com and at other online stores. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword by Glenn R. Plummer…….      i

Introduction…………………………….      iii

PART ONE

CHAPTER ONE

Christians, Orthodox Muslims, and the Nation of Islam: Do They all Really Worship the Same God?.........……….. p. 1

CHAPTER TWO

Defending the Christian Faith: The Apologetics of it All

..............................................………….            p. 28

PART TWO

CHAPTER THREE

A Discussion of Farrakhan's 1995 Million Man March Speech

............................................…………...            p. 48

 CHAPTER FOUR

A Brief Look at the Prelude to Farrakhan's 1996 Saviour's Day Speech........................................……..   p. 77

A Discussion of Farrakhan's 1996 Saviour's Day Speech,

..............................................………….            p. 82

CHAPTER FIVE

A Discussion of Farrakhan's 1996 New Bethel Church Speech,

..............................................………….            p. 124

CHAPTER SIX

A Discussion of Farrakhan's 1996 Mosque Maryam Speech

..............................................………….            p. 145

CHAPTER SEVEN

Farrakhan: Called of God or Guided by Satan

…………………………………………….    p. 181

 THE EPILOGUE: To American Blacks

………………………………………    p. 201

 BIBLIOGRAPHY

NAME INDEX

Publication Date: November 1997

When Louis Farrakhan organized the Million Man March to Washington in 1995, it was obvious to some that his primary mission behind the March was to use it as a catalyst to promote the Nation of Islam and that his black-unity message was merely a smoke screen. This revelation was met with certain opposition. A number of black people, many of them Christians, turned a deaf ear to anything said about Farrakhan and the "Nation" that was unfavorable. However, several of those same people were not aware that Farrakhan follows the teachings of the late Elijah Muhammad (first successor to the founder of the  Nation of Islam) who wrote a book titled: Message to the Blackman in America, and that in his book, Elijah Muhammad basically says that Christianity is nothing more than a "black-slave-making religion" and that Islam is the "natural religion" of the black man. In light of this, the Million Man March was not so much an arena for black unity as it was an arena for a religious recruiting effort on the part of the "Nation."