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Ninety nine names of Allah in the Bible

This app displays the Beautiful Names of God in Arabic calligraphy, and displays the sayings of these ancient prophets of the Bible in Arabic along with audio narration and captivating nature images. Translations of the sayings are provided in several languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Indonesian, and now Turkish!

Finer Details

Financial cost: Free

Scriptures used or referenced: Selected individual verses

What personnel are needed to bring this resource to fruition, (make the resource available in another language)?

Trained translator, competent computer user, This app can be translated into new languages in cooperation with teams that agree to the ethos and vision of the app developers.

What kind of technical expertise is needed to adapt this resource to your situation?

Mainly skill in meaning-based translation. In some cases skill with developing Bible apps.

How much time is required to do all the work required to bring the resource to completion?

1 week to 1 month

What sort of logistical setting is needed? (e.g. quiet space for recording, good Internet access)

Good Internet access

How long does it typically take to watch, read or otherwise engage?

Browsing can take place in a few minutes. All of the content in two hours or so.

What challenges or difficulties are there using this resource?

We wish to avoid use in evangelistic campaigns. This is primarily for Christians to individually build relationships with Muslims.

What level of help is available?

Intermediate – access to ongoing help.

What particular themes are included that might be a ‘bridge’ to a target audience?

Fatherhood, God our Father, Lamb of God, promised King

Unique Characteristics

This app is designed to bridge from an existing devotional list of 99 Names for God, introducing readers/listeners new to the Bible to various passages from the OT and NT. Focus is on content (e.g. prayer of David) rather than canonical references.