Price, Frederick K. C. Race, Religion and Racism, Vol. 3: Jesus, Christianity & Islam. Los Angeles: Faith One Pub, 2002. ISBN: 9781883798536.
6 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, includes dust jacket, x., 379 clean pp., ex Bible college library with the standard extras. Very good in very good dust-jacket. Hardcover. 
"In this third volume Dr. Price discloses how some Muslim groups have painted Christianity as 'the white man's religion' and Islam as 'the religion of the black man.' From its position of being more tolerant of Blacks, Islam has made heavy inroads into the traditionally Christian black community. Dr. Price does a consumer's report of the two 'religions.' He examines the Muslim argument that Jehovah God and Allah are really the same person and compares the teachings of Jesus with the teachings of Muhammed. He scrutinizes the Koran and the Hadith, tow of Islam's most sacred books. He also points out the inconsistencies in Elijah Muhammed's highly combative book Message to the Blackman in America and focuses on a number of controversial comments by minister Louis Farrakhan about Jesus and the Holy Bible." - publisher.