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An Unexpected Journey from Islam to Christianity In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, Nabeel Qureshi describes his dramatic journey from Islam to Christianity, complete with friendships, investigations, and supernatural dreams along the way. Providing an intimate window into a loving Muslim home, Qureshi shares how he developed a passion for Islam before discovering, almost ag

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    Rod

    Mar 20, 2014

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Shelves:
    apologetics,
    islam

    I devoured this book fast – so exciting.

    This is the best account that i’ve come across of a former Muslim very slowly/carefully/stubbornly becoming a Christian. He raised all the same arguments that i’ve seen presented by Muslims on chat groups and in video’s. And he deals with all the truthful answers Christians clearly show.

    I was so looking forward to what finally pushed him over the edge and allowed him to leave Islam. But the driving issue was eventually Muhammad and the Quran itself. The ch

    This is the best account that i’ve come across of a former Muslim very slowly/carefully/stubbornly becoming a Christian. He raised all the same arguments that i’ve seen presented by Muslims on chat groups and in video’s. And he deals with all the truthful answers Christians clearly show.

    I was so looking forward to what finally pushed him over the edge and allowed him to leave Islam. But the driving issue was eventually Muhammad and the Quran itself. The challenge is that muslims are so afraid to carefully critique their culture and belief they will fight in ignorance to the bitter end. To be fair – I would do this for Jesus and the Bible as well.
    The solution is to find a way to get Islam to clearly show its true colors. There is tons of scholarly information showing the violence and sexual abuse in Muhammad’s life and the Quran…but getting any Muslim to see this is a miracle. They have to desire truth more than they cling to their Islamic culture and families. If I left Christianity I would not lose my parents or friends or job – So I really cannot imagine what all is at stake in following the Jesus of the Bible. But as the author shows: Your very soul is depending on Jesus being your savior and GOD.

    I can’t wait to see what else this author writes in the future.
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    Rebekah Rodda

    Apr 19, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    review of another edition

    Shelves:
    christian,
    mission

    Nabeel died yesterday so I am sharing my review again in honour of his memory.

    Sometimes you read a book and love it so much you want everyone you know to read it too! This is that book. It is so good I did not want it to end. I loved the friendship between Nabeel and David – their playful banter but also their ability to discuss controversial faith matters in depth while still remaining best friends. David’s ability to question Nabeel while still being a fun and awesome friend is a real challen

    Sometimes you read a book and love it so much you want everyone you know to read it too! This is that book. It is so good I did not want it to end. I loved the friendship between Nabeel and David – their playful banter but also their ability to discuss controversial faith matters in depth while still remaining best friends. David’s ability to question Nabeel while still being a fun and awesome friend is a real challenge to me. How do I share the gospel with my friends who have their own religion? How do I speak of real matters of faith and the heart in a way that shows my genuine love and concern? Nabeel’s story shows the importance of being willing to engage people in theological matters, something I tend to shy away from focussing instead on my personal experiences with my loving Creator. This book has encouraged me to reconsider my approach.

    ‘Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus’ is also excellent in explaining Muslim beliefs and practices as well as in showing the evidence for Christianity. I feel like telling every Christian I know to read this book. Your own understanding of your faith will be richer and you will also walk away realising why some Muslims do genuinely believe Islam is a peaceful religion (and why some don’t). Thank you Nabeel for being so courageous in your pursuit of truth whatever the cost.
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    Natalie Vellacott

    I was a bit dubious about this book due to the references to supernatural dreams and visions that the publisher has splashed everywhere obviously for the purposes of sales. However, I was pleasantly surprised; the supernatural aspects are not the focus of the book, instead the focus is a close friendship developed by the Muslim author with a Christian school friend over a number of years. This (in conjunction with the Spirit of God) ultimately led to his conversion from Islam to Christianity.

    His

    His account is compelling and very readable; I found it hard to put down. He explains his upbringing in a strict Muslim family, his parents being his role model, and his faith his life. He explains his Islamic beliefs and practice and the difference between the Eastern ‘shame’ culture and the Western right and wrong/black and white. He provides good examples of how conflicts easily arise in the hearts of Muslims when they are asked to challenge the hierarchy/their elders. They are taught to obey/believe without question from a young age even when their intellect is telling them that something is suspect. The author details how they would rather ignore the facts than risk shaming the family. This he explains at length by documenting his own emotional turmoil when he begins to be challenged by Christianity.

    Of course, like all people, Muslims in the East and West generally just believe what they are taught. Rarely is there much critical investigation into historical events, and the few that invest the effort usually do the same thing I had done: attempt to defend what is already believed, potentially ignoring or underestimating evidence that points to the contrary. This is only natural, since it is extremely difficult to change beliefs that are dear to the heart.

    His friendship with David, a Christian friend, develops due to both of them having a sincere faith albeit in a different God. They stand apart from the US culture which is pretty worldly. The author has reproduced the many discussions they had and the questions that arose in a lot of detail. He read numerous books during this period and it’s clear that his search for the truth was sincere. He began his research intent on converting David to Islam or at least proving that Christianity was unreliable. He failed and became more and more aware of this as time went by. He has a strange experience where he asks God (it is not clear which God he is addressing) to reveal the location of his friends in a large gathering and ‘God’ sends him a sign in the sky directing him to his friends. I’m not sure what to make of this but it doesn’t move him much further forward faith wise.

    His first visit to a Christian worship service didn’t assist him in his search for the truth either and we would do well to hear and reflect on his comments;

    I had never seen any of this before, and it all seemed very irreverent to me. Worship was supposed to be a solemn, reflective time of bonding between man and God, yet these people were banging on drums and asking for money. At the mosque, no one was allowed to stand in front of you while you worshiped so that you could focus on worshiping God. That there were girls on stage during a worship service seemed to border on sacrilege. So the worship service disturbed me and left a sour taste in my mouth. I thought, ‘If this is what it means to worship God as a Christian. I want nothing to do with it.’

    However, David, his friend, was walking the talk and this was undeniable.

    Effective evangelism requires relationships. There are very few exceptions

    I’m not sure I totally agree with the above statement as there are circumstances where the Holy Spirit has prepared the heart of a person and people are individuals and respond in different ways. But I definitely think that relationships are often key in evangelism amongst Muslims as it’s necessary to negate the negative image they have of Christianity based on Western culture. This is best done through building friendships and demonstrating a sincere Christian faith on a daily basis and over a period of time.

    The author eventually came to the point where he knew the truth but couldn’t embrace it wholeheartedly due to his ingrained beliefs about Islam and his fears about hurting those he loved and possibly being ex-communicated or worse. It was at this point that he began begging God for dreams, having previously begged Allah with no reply;

    I would reach a point in my life when I spent many prostrate hours begging Allah for guidance through dreams. And as it turned out. When I got one, I knew it was from Him.

    Dreams are the only means I know of by which the average Muslim expects to hear directly from God.

    I wasn’t sure what to make of this. The author claims that God sent him three dreams and that he knew after the first one that there would be two more. His first dream was somewhat bizarre involving various creatures and people. The meaning wasn’t clear so he asked his Muslim mother to look up all the symbols/creatures in her ‘dream book.’ He then uses her response to interpret his dream. He does the same with the next two dreams although these seem to have a clearer message; ‘leave Islam, convert to Christianity.’ I’m not convinced that God would have us use a Muslim’s dream book to interpret dreams that He has sent…..However, I don’t believe these dreams detract from his story as it is clear to me that he would have converted without the dreams. Maybe God was gracious to him knowing how hard it was due to his family situation….

    Leaving aside the supernatural encounters that I’m not sure what to make of. This is a great book for a Christian to use for evangelism. It covers many of the common arguments that Muslims have in relation to the Bible and other crucial aspects of the Christian faith. It also reveals a surprising level of ignorance of Muslims about their own faith due to their cultural hierarchy. We can learn from this and ensure we are patient when seeking to evangelise and not unnecessarily offending our Muslim friends.

    I recommend this book for Christian readers with a heart for evangelism…

    Read Tim Challies review here…
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