Sharman Robinson’s Newly Released “Even the Blind Can See” Is a Searing Investigation of the Global Conflict Between Christians and Muslims

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“Even the Blind Can See” from Christian Faith Publishing author Sharman Robinson is a staggering, perceptive work of religious, social, and political commentary that investigates the two regimes waging war constantly, worldwide, from the very moment of their conception, a global impact birthed from the two most influential figures in human history—Christ and Muhammad.

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“Even the Blind Can See”: a searing investigation of Christianity vs. Islam. “Even the Blind Can See” is the creation of published author Sharman Robinson, a native of Virginia raised as a Christian with an artistic-philosophical bent and a love for the great outdoors.

Robinson writes, “There is no way around this heated international topic, so it must be addressed. Trying to dismiss this roaring flame will not cause it to dissipate. This catastrophic fire is devouring everything in its path and needs a hydrant. The world is puzzled with the dilemma, and it’s time to discuss this matter so that facts can be revealed to the spectators on both sides of the fence. I am focusing on two giant faiths, their followers and the interactions between the two.
Do you have an idea of what two great men I am referring to? Well, just think of which set of men left a trail by their life course that continue to be followed throughout the earth. No doubt they both impacted the lives of countless of people. These powerful men I speak of could be none other than Jesus Christ and Muhammad. I write to discuss the history of Christianity and Islam. I wanted light to be shed on both religions, and how they are alike as well as different, and how one group branched away from their mainstream faith, causing fear in the members of the opposite religion as well as their own.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sharman Robinson’s new book is a brave, honest work that seeks to enlighten people to the state of how things are rather than add to the flaming argument of what “should be.”

Robinson writes with heart, compassion, and a clear-headedness that looks at both warring religions with the recognition that though they are different, they can also be very similar in their waywardness.

View a synopsis of “Even the Blind Can See” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Even the Blind Can See” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Even the Blind Can See”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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