Allah or Jesus?

Caleb Greggsen | November 16, 2016

I’ve lived among Muslims for most of my life. More and more, they are inundated with anti-Christian apologetics that mislead and misinform them about what Christians believe. Even after someone is converted to Christ, the misinformation and counterarguments are still around them—from family, from neighbors, and even within their own minds.

These brothers and sisters need counsel and clarity to help fight against the lies and confusion the Enemy uses against them. Nabeel Qureshi, as one of those brothers, understands these challenges well, and has spent his Christian life trying to explain the truth to those from Muslim backgrounds.

His first book, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus (Zondervan, 2014) [review | interview], chronicles his conversion from Islam to Christianity. That book presents the heart of his story, Qureshi says, while his new book, No God But One: Allah or Jesus?: A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam and Christianity, presents the head (13).

In other words, if Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus set out to tell the story of his friendship with a guy named David, and the ways the Lord drew Qureshi to himself, No God But One gives the reasons that convinced him of Christianity’s truthfulness.

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