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5 Stars Out Of 5
A great, easy to understand book
August 10, 2017
I was hesitant to read it first but once I started, I couldn't stop it. It shows the loving God who likes to reveal him self so that the perishing soul could come to know him for salvation. I advise readers to pray to the creator before opposing the book emotionally.
I have read this and the next book in the series named "5 Amazing Muslims". What a fabricated book that tells lies to people who do not have any sense, only emotions. For example one of the Muslims was buried alive just because he accepted Jesus in his life and all the people who were watching this happening didn't have any humanity or sympathy to stop it. I feel that Mr. Malick actually belongs to a Christian family and he's lying that he's a Muslim. I know some Pakistani families with the same last name who are Christians not Muslims. Mr. Malick wants to make readers feel in this story that spectators didn't do anything and let this happen because they were Muslims not humans. There was no reference of that University given along with the time of this incident. If I will start pointing out each mistake in this book and its next extension then I will be able to write a book.
Let me mention one out of many mistakes in his second book. Mr. Malick pretended again that someone who was a Muslim wrote him that he went to perform Hajj or Pilgrimage and also visited Prophet Muhammad's grave in Kaaba in Makkah. Actually, Muhammad's grave is in Madinah which is more than 200 miles away from Makkah. Next time do more research before lying. Someone who actually visited the place would know where these famous and important places are.
I have noticed that Christians claim that they want to spread the truth but most of the times using lies and made up stories, reasons and points. Let me let Christians know that using lies can work until they know the truth.
Faisal Malick has compiled the testimonies of ten Muslims supernaturally stirred by the Christian message that Jesus Christ is the risen Son of God and savior. "10 Amazing Muslims Touched by God" contains stories of individuals practicing the traditions of the Sunni, and Shiite lifestyles forsaking Islam to become followers of Jesus. Other accounts examine the mindset of a Muslim Jihadist and other radical cults as they relate their own supernatural experiences once receiving the revelation of truth through the scriptures.
Each of the ten dramatic stories in this compilation are accompanied by commentary from the editor Faisal Malick explaining and reinforcing foundational truths of the Gospel and an invitation and suggested prayer to guide the reader to receive Christ as their savior.
The testimonies are written with clarity, and a strong emphasis on recognizing Jesus Christ as the true Son of God as the basis for salvation, eternal life, assurance of eternal life. They tell of personal supernatural experiences, dreams, visions, miracles, and other circumstances that bear evidence of the personal touch of God on their lives. Reports of the fruit of these conversions express the ripple effect as individual Jews, Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims and atheists have found Christ to be the answer.
Malick's commentary is highly informative: I was interested to learn of the differences between the Sunni and Shiite and of the various echelons of status, of their values, and of intellectual motivations. I found another interesting concept which reveals the motivation for becoming Christian: One writer described his reason for leaving Islam for Jesus this way: "_not as a punishment as an apostate, but rather as the redemption of one's soul." The stories bear evidence of the hunger
"10 Amazing Muslims Touched by God" is relevant, timely, and important. The book serves as a revelation to Christians of the open door of opportunity to clearly demonstrate God's love to Muslims in these explosive times, and as an invitation to Muslim seekers to find the Christ of Christianity.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.