The theme of prophets and prophecy is a central area of theological research and discussion in both Christianity and Islam. While academic researches on the prophets of Islamic tradition do exist, it is rare to find studies which compare them with the biblical accounts based on evangelical theology. This book provides theological analysis of the biblical prophets which appear in the Qur'an and the Islamic literature. The selection of prophets includes Adam, Nuh (Noah), Ibrahim (Abraham), Yusuf (Joseph), Musa (Moses), Dawud (David), Ezekiel (Dhul-Kifl), Zakariya, Yahya (John, the Baptist), and Mary the Mother of Jesus. The contributors are a distinguished group of international scholars who combine impressive academic credentials with extensive ministry among Muslims. Moreover, the international nature of the contributors lends credibility to the work as an exercise in global theology. This book lays a good foundation for the comparison of scriptural and theological traditions of two world major religions and for generating further discussions.