What I’m reading in June/July

Jun 29, 2014 by     2 Comments    Posted under: Blogroll, What we're Reading

     (2 links- 1 a paper book and 1 a KINDLE version)

While at the Lisbon retreat, we met and chatted with several co-workers from other countries. One of these couples live and work in Bosnia and shared with us about a book they was reading. Well, I downloaded it right away to my KINDLE (thanks again to Judy & Ian!). Ok… so, the name of the book that I am reading is called: Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity¬† by Nabeel Qureshi. It’s a great read!

Here is his bio:

Dr. Nabeel Qureshi is a former devout Muslim who was convinced of the truth of the Gospel through historical reasoning and a spiritual search for God. Since his conversion, he has dedicated his life to spreading the Gospel through teaching, preaching, writing, and debating.

Nabeel has given lectures at universities and seminaries throughout North America, including Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, New York University, Rutgers, University of Ottawa, University of North Carolina, Eastern Virginia Medical School, and Biola University. He has participated in 17 moderated, public debates around North America, Europe, and Asia. His focus is on the foundations of the Christian faith and the early history and teachings of Islam.

Nabeel is a member of the speaking team at Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He holds an MD from Eastern Virginia Medical School, an MA in Christian apologetics from Biola University, and an MA from Duke University in Religion.

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  • I heard this guy speak with Ravi Zacharias. Really well spoken, very intelligent. Reminds me of what James MacDonald is fond of saying- “the claims of Christianity have satisfied the greatest minds in history”.

    • That must have been a wonderful opportunity!

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