Recently, and delightfully, I have been asked by a number of individuals for help in witnessing to Muslims and Hindus. I have had some experience with Muslims and much less with Hindus, but here are a few of the resources that I have on my shelf that have helped me to be sensitive and informed.
I would add, that Bill Fay’s five questions are an excellent tool and process for both learning about your Muslim and Hindu neighbors and sensitively moving the conversation toward Christ.
Helps for Understanding and Being Sensitive to Muslim Friends
Cross and Crescent [Second Edition], Colin Chapman (IVP, 2007)
Muslims Next Door: Uncovering Myths and Creating Friendships, Shirin Taber (Zondervan 2004)
The Shadow of the Crescent: The Growth of Islam in the U.S. [pamphlet], Ron Peck (CMM 1995)
The Facts on Islam: Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions, John Ankerberg & John Weldon (Harvest House, 1991)
Jesus Christ or Mohammed? A Guide to Islam and Christianity that Helps Explain the Differences, F.S. Coplestone (Christian Focus 2001)
A Christian’s Evangelistic Pocket Guide to Islam, Malcolm Steer (Christian Focus, 2004)
The Islam Debate, Josh McDowell and John Gilchrist (Here’s Life, 1983)
Christian Witness Among Muslims, (Living Sacrifice, 1994)
Christian Reply to Muslim Objections, W. St. Clair Tisdall (Light of Life, 1980)
Helps for Understanding and Being Sensitive to Hindu Friends
Sharing Your Faith with a Hindu, Madasamy Thirumalai (Bethany House, 2002)
The Religions of Man, Huston Smith (Harper & Row, 1958) — this is a classic work that gives the basic facts on various religions and systems of belief