Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity

7 29 449 minutes 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 di 7 29 449 minutes 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 against his will, evidence that Jesus rose from the dead and claimed to be God Unable to deny the arguments but not wanting to deny his family, Qureshi s inner turmoil will challenge Christians and Muslims alike.Engaging and thought provoking, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus tells a powerful story of the clash between Islam and Christianity in one man s heart and of the peace he eventually found in Jesus I have seldom seen such genuine intellect combined with passion to match truly a must read book Ravi Zacharias, author of Why Jesus
Seeking Allah Finding Jesus A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity minutes 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

  • Title: Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity
  • Author: Nabeel Qureshi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Audiobook
  • Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus A Devout Muslim Encounters This third edition of the book, Seeking Allah Finding Jesus, is phenominal While I have read the first edition atleast times, I find this edition to be informative. Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus A Devout Muslim Encounters In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, now expanded with bonus content, 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 etiquettes of seeking a spouse SoundVision A salam u alaikum I am a mother ,helping my son,who is incarcerated and will be for many years,find a wife to share in this difficult journey and to plan for a family and beautiful future together In shaa Allah,when he is free. Istighfar Etymology Istighfar is derived from the root Ghafr gh f r , which means the covering of a thing with that which will protect it from dirt.Meaning Istighfar means to pray to God that he may protect the supplicant from the evil consequences and poisonous influences of his trangressions and misdeeds, both in this world and the hereafter Invite Allah s Power and Wisdom Islamic Sunrays Related to the miracles, I do believe in miracles and I do believe the channel to them is prayer, Allah swt listens to us, and see the depths of our Hearts, all the test we go through, at the end, has the intention to makes us conscious of being closer to Him, to make us understand He is Omnipresent, to let us know He is Al Malik and all the Beautiful Attributes He has, in a few words, help Dealing With Depression, Stress and Anxiety Quran Dealing With Depression, Stress and Anxiety It is recorded in Musnad Ahmad and Sahih Abu Hatim on the authority of Abdullah bin Mas ud that the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him said, Dua a for Sufficient Sustenance Supplications O Allah, O Allah, O Allah, O Lord, O Lord, O Lord, O everliving, O self subsisting, O owner of splendour and generosity, I beseech You in the name of Your great ism azam to give me sustenance, in abundance, lawful and pure by Your mercy, O the most merciful. Dua and Zikir Quranic Rabbana Duas and Masnoon Duain All information on IslamicFinder is verified by professionals beforehand If you find any inappropriate material or links leading to inappropriate materials , kindly contact us. True History of Islam, Mohammed and the Koran The Sirat Rasul Allah was written by Ibn Ishaq in A.D He died in A.D It was edited and abridged by Abd al Malik ibn Hisham in A.D and translated by Alfred Guillaume under the title, The Life of Muhammad in by Oxford Press Abd al Malik ibn Hisham s Life of Muhammad Hadees in Urdu, Hadith, Sunnah, Bukhari, Muslim, Dawud Popular Ahadees e Nabvi in Urdu Nabi ki Mukhalifat Ka nateeja Hilakat Allah Paak Aur Pakiza Amal Mashkook Cheez ko chore do Fazooliyaat say Ijtanab Momin Kehlanay ka Haqdaar Woh Gunah jin par Hadd Nafiz ho Achi Baat Kaho Ya Khamosh raho Ghaiz o Ghazab say ijtajab Har Shay par Ahsaan ka tarz amal

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    1. 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 [...]

    2. 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 [...]

    3. 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 [...]

    4. First let me say up front that this is the personal story of a young man who left Islam and became a Christian. That's for those who are concerned. The account is given with respect and love. There are no attacks here only a first hand account of a journey that was not easy and was (and probably still is) often painful.Allow me also to say I recommend this for Christians in "the West", that is those of us who live where Christianity is the most common "religion". We are often not conscious of th [...]

    5. I've been a Christian all my life. This year I set aside 11 months to travel the world and live in over 11 different countries. Each country has provided a different lens in which to view myself, my faith and my home (America). But in months when I was living in Muslim countries I had a hard time understanding their culture and practices. Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus has proved to shift my perspective and understanding of what it is like to convert to a new faith, especially one as deeply rooted [...]

    6. If there is a book, that challenges an Islam faith to the root, without trying to hiding its strong points but also without compromising the weak cases.If there is a book, that shows how bias a human being can be; no matter how knowledgeable and wise he/she is; when fierce questions are aimed towards his/her belief.If there is a book, other than the Bible itself, that boldly strengthens a Christian faith both academically and emotionally.This book embodies these expressions. And more.If you are [...]

    7. This book is better for explaining the mindset of various kinds of Muslims than portraying the Christian faith as true, more peaceful, and better than Islam. The ironic thing is that even though the author's faith in Islam was shaken because of contradictions in the Quran and inhumane treatment of people ( e.g. men allowed to rape women captured in war, beheading men and children), he could of used his same grievances against Islam for the Bible, especially in the Old Testament. The author seeme [...]

    8. Aided by an impressive cohort of mentors and legendary Christian Apologists, Qureshi brings to print a very valuable book, showing step by long step his transition from being an active Muslim to accepting Christ. Rarely do I put all other reading materials on hold to focus on one book at a time. Normally I'm reading at least six books simultaneously, but when I began reading Nabeel's narrative, I devoted myself to reading his story straight through. Written like a memoir, "Seeking Allah, Finding [...]

    9. I actually read this book some time ago. I don't list every book I read, that's why it isn't on here. Due to an interaction I had with a person who reviewed this book and was on my friends list, I feel compelled to write my own review. I think most people know the background of Nabeel Qureshi's conversion, but I will give it quickly. Nabeel was brought up in an Ahmadiyya Muslim American home and was a devoted follower of this religion. When he entered college he met a man named David Wood (a dev [...]

    10. This is the book I'd recommend to any Christian who wants to understand how Muslims view Christianity (and Christians) and how they embrace and love their own faith. At least you'll better understand Westernized Muslims, which is the author's background.Growing up between Great Britain and America, Nabeel Qureshi never fit in with Western culture because of his Islamic heritage. When Qureshi meets David, a devout Christian, he finally has a friend who is more like him than anyone else because th [...]

    11. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and would recommend it to anyone interested in a Christian-Muslim debate. The arguments the author presents are (as far as I can tell) balanced and very respectful. The story describes the heart-felt journey of a young man as he wrestles with finding a path to the Creator.

    12. Nabeel's journey to faith in Jesus is simultaneously very emotional and incredibly rational. The emotional implications of leaving Islam were heartbreaking. His rational process was commendable and impressive. If only more people would research so thoroughly. This was a fascinating insider look at Islam and Christianity.

    13. Born in the United States to Pakistani immigrants, Nabeel Qureshi grew up in a loving family, his religion one of the most consistent and beloved elements of his formative years. As a child and youth, he enthusiastically learned the facts and doctrines of his religion, eager to be an ambassador for Islam among his peers. Not until college did he meet a Christian who was willing to be his friend. As two young men passionate about their faiths, Nabeel and David often discussed religion. Through th [...]

    14. I saw on that at the time of this writing, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity (2014) by Nabeel Qureshi averages 4.9 out of 5.0 stars. Over 100 people have already rated this recent publication and 95% of them rated it as a 5/5. I found that rating improbably high, so when the opportunity to read this book for myself arose, I happily accepted.Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus is a story of a man's journey from Islam to Christianity. Qureshi was raised in a devout Pa [...]

    15. If you are a Christian I believe this should be required reading. I love how Nabell Qureshi came to Jesus through facts and research; it was not an emotional spur of the moment decision. You knew while reading the book, if he did come to believe it would be a life altering decision, one that could cost him his family.I admit I was not familiar to what Muslims believe and this book pointed out certain ideas that are just difficult for them grasp.r example the trinity. Trinity is hard for anyone t [...]

    16. I learned so much from reading this book. It's a well written biography of one Muslim man's coming to faith in Christ. Excellent book.

    17. Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus is the story of how Nabeel Qureshi’s became a Christian. (If you don’t want to read my review just go get the book & read it, it’s great. You won’t regret it)Nabeel was born the eldest son of Pakistani immigrants, growing up in America & the U.K.—wherever the U.S. Navy assigned his father. His parents were devout Muslims & wherever they went, they attached themselves to a mosque & to the local Islamic community.In college Nabeel began to gra [...]

    18. Every one of us needs friends, but I guess some need them more than others. Looks like Nabeel is suffers from a chronic need of being culturally accepted. This overwhelming urge of belonging prompted Nabeel to convert rather than attraction towards Christianity. Would Nabeel have converted if he had remained in a secular UK instead of a very christian USA? Our brain accepts what the eyes see and our eye looks for whatever our brain wants.The story is filled with comparisons with flippant events [...]

    19. I read this before opening an account on GR, but since I just recommended it to a friend, I figured I should add it to my shelf. This book is an absolutely riveting account of the life of a Muslim apologist, and his conversion to Christianity. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning more about Islam, and especially for Christians who want to learn how to reach their Muslim friends and neighbors. I would also recommend it to Muslims who are interested in learning about Christ [...]

    20. Very good. I will never be an apologist -- can't keep that much of that sort of information in my head and find the right bits to pull out when they're needed -- but I appreciate that gift all the more in seeing it applied. I also deeply appreciated David's faithful, patient friendship with Nabeel. He did not pressure Nabeel into a decision, which might have pushed him away from Christ instead of toward Him. This was friendship evangelism at its best, apologetics aptly practiced, and faithful pe [...]

    21. I finished listening to the audio yesterday and it's fantastic! I was only about a quarter of the way through when I realized how wonderful of a book this was, and that I wanted to share and experience it with my husband. So I asked Travis if he'd want to listen to it with me, that way we could discuss it too. He started and finished it in just two days (sometimes driving a lot for work has it's perks). He really enjoyed it as well and over the course of the last few days, we've had some great a [...]

    22. Really, REALLY good. Packed full of apologetic tools and invaluable insights into Islamic culture and worldview (eg the honour/shame culture), this book was most valuable to me as a glimpse inside the life and worldview of a sincere Muslim on his way to finding Christ. It was eye-opening to me to discover how things I had taken for granted Muslims knew about their own religion - like the compilation of a single quran and the suppression of all other versions under the Caliph Uthman, or some of M [...]

    23. Although the journey is well said and gets emotional in the last parts, however, the real benefit of this book is that it forced me to look up all the islamic references by myself. I currently have an app for the Quran, an app for Saheeh Bukhari and an app for Saheeh Muslim on my iPad. Of course some of the references could have been interpreted wrongly by him but some other are just too clear to be misinterpreted and requires to be looked upon objectively and sincerely by any muslim. All sorts [...]

    24. If you only read one book this year - read this book.In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity, Nabeel Qureshi takes his readers on an extraordinary journey of faith through the eyes of a devout Muslim. Nabeel's story starts in his warm, loving and joyful childhood home where his parents brought him up steeped in the traditions of Ahmadis Islam. Nabeel, a second generation American Muslim, starts his journey of faith in an earnest effort to proselytize Islam and wi [...]

    25. This is hands-down one of my favorite reads of the year!Qureshi details his experience being raised in a devout Muslim family and eventually becoming a Christian. He's very analytical and goes in a lot of depth when describing what he believed as a Muslim and the questions that arose when he was trying to disprove Christianity. He goes through each argument one by one, and this was incredibly helpful to me to learn more about Islam.What I really loved about this book was that Qureshi's humility [...]

    26. I was eager to get a bit better acquainted with the Islam faith, particularly in light of recent "Islamaphobic" sentiment in our present culture. The testimony of Qureshi was exactly what I needed. A very logical and thorough study of both Islam and Christianity. It challenged my own foundation of faith as a preacher! Throughout the book I found myself hoping that he would look at his faith objectively, find holes in his belief system, and turn to Christ! But then I had to wonder, would my own h [...]

    27. This is the best book I found on understanding Islam from the perspective of an insider. The book gave me great empathy for Muslims and help me to see how long-term friendships are necessary for someone like this to actually come to Christianity.I was profoundly impressed by his friend in college who didn't try to convert him all at once, but waited and interacted with him honestly.In today's climate, I would go so far as to say any American Christian could benefit from reading this book. It has [...]

    28. rating: 4.5 I really liked this book. This is a memoir of Nabeel Qureshi's life. I especially appreciated the glimpse into a loving, peaceful, Muslim home and the respectful way he spoke of his family. The struggle he encountered as a third culture kid was very real, and the devastation he faced as he challenged his faith was palpable. Qureshi is the son of Pakistani immigrants. His dad was a member of the US military. He lead his family as a devout loving father. Then, Nabeel encountered questi [...]

    29. Incredible. Just incredible.The author himself reads this audiobook and that made it even more powerful. To hear him speak about his own family and culture and faith feels so very real, so genuine. I followed with him through the whole time and I didn't want to put this down.

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