Nabeel QureshiZondervan on Brilliance Audio / 2016 / Compact discOur Price$14.995 out of 5 stars for No God But One: Allah or Jesus?: A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam and Christianity - unabridged audio book on CD. View reviews of this product. 1 Reviews
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ashleyleigh885 Stars Out Of 5He's Done It Again!September 2, 2016ashleyleigh88Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Nabeel Qureshi's books have been, hands-down, the most influential and helpful resources that I've read regarding Islam and Christianity. His first book, "Seeking Allah Finding Jesus," instantly made its way to my "Top 5 Books" list, and I've read it more than a handful of times, gleaning new information every single time. The tone that Nabeel writes with draws readers in, as he shares his personal journey from Islam to Christianity. His second book, "Answering Jihad," came out earlier this year and was a timely, thorough response to current world events. Again, the overall content of his book is tough to top, and the compassion and conviction that he feels is extremely evident as he addresses, in my opinion, one of the most sensitive and difficult topics of our time with grace and truth.
Needless to say, I was filled with anticipation for the release of this third book, No God But One. I was excited and privileged to be a part of the Pre-Release Launch Team, so I got an advance copy in exchange for my honest review of the book - and here it is:
In a sentence, Nabeel has done it again! He has sacrificed time and energy in research, labored in prayer and writing, and has produced a theological aid for Christians and Muslims that is unmatched. He's taken an unbelievable amount of information, systematically boiled it down into 350 pages, and made it into an understandable and accessible resource - for anyone and everyone. In 40 chapters, Nabeel addresses major questions posed by both religions, explains the answers traditionally given by both sides, lays out the historical basis that supports or disproves each side, and offers clear conclusions based on those facts.
By the end of the book, the reader doesn't feel manipulated or coerced into a conclusion based solely on emotional pull one direction or another - and I appreciate that about the way No God But One is written. It's not intended to convince anyone of anything that they can't see with their own eyes or discover with their own mind. The facts are present and lead to the logical verdict of the title's question: Allah or Jesus? And that verdict is, overwhelmingly and undeniably, Jesus.
I give this book 5 stars, two thumbs up, and the greatest "BUY THIS!" recommendation that I can. You won't regret it.
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