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Answering Jihad A Better Way Forward
By Nabeel Qureshi
Published by Zondervan
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On 7/13 BobonBooks wrote: In this book Nabeel Qureshi, a convert from Islam to Christianity, details his own realization, particularly in the aftermath of 9/11 that Islam at its foundations was not the “religion of peace” in which he was raised and that many Muslims as well as American political figures touted this idea to ... Review: Answering Jihad
On 6/24 Danny Conner wrote: I was just waking up and starting to get ready for school, I was a fifth grader who did not enjoy waking up. But this morning was different, it felt like a storm was coming even though I was in California where it never rains in the Summer months… Then my Dad called me into his bedroom and had me sit ... http://dannyconner.me/spankin-new-book-review-on-answering-jihad-by-nabeel-qureshi/
On 5/28 Mr. Geurs wrote: Is Islam a religion of peace or violence? Yes. Well, which one is it? Yes. As a Western Christian, should I be concerned or not concerned with the expansion of the Muslim community globally? Yes. Nabeel Qureshi's book Answering Jihad is a text that provides a lens for non-Muslim individuals to be able ... "No, but...": A Review of Nabeel Qureshi's "Answering Jihad"
On 5/21 Lavish Bookshelf wrote: Answering Jihad by Nabeel Qureshi is a fascinating and educational look at Islam, from a man who was raised Muslim. As a young man, Qureshi converted to Christianity. He draws upon his experiences to easily walk between two major world religions, explaining each step along the way. Qureshi explains ... Lavish Bookshelf Review: Answering Jihad by Nabeel Qureshi
On 5/18 AngloAddict wrote: Nabeel Qureshi was an 18 year old American Muslim when the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 occurred. In the wake of the events of that terrible day, he was shocked that fellow Muslims had decided to use their faith (which he had always heard referred to as "a religion of peace") as justification ... A violent struggle for spiritual purposes
On 5/7 mbells wrote: Nabeel Qureshi, in his recent book, Answering Jihad, says that there is a better way forward to address the Jihadi movements of ISIS, Al Qaida, Boko Haram, Paris and others – a way that must uphold both truth and compassion. Qureshi is a former devout Muslim and thoroughly versed in Islam, the Quran, ... book review: Answering Jihad
On 5/6 Silkfest wrote: This is book is perfectly timed for what is unravelling in our world today. In today’s age with the internet, there is so much information out there; possible theories and views on what is going on in the Middle East and in the Muslim world at large. Nabeel Qureshi does a great job explaining from ... Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward
On 5/5 Derek Allen wrote: Jihad has rocked our world and has resulted in quite a controversy around words like terrorism, religion, radicals, and refugees. How should we respond to these words and ideas? What responsibility should we take as Christians to be a difference maker? Nabeel Qureshi enters the arena to tackle the ... Answering Jihad
On 5/4 Jim Hartman wrote: With all of the things going on in the world today, this book seemed to be a timely one to review. Though I fancy myself an amateur historian, I have not investigated Islam, or the Muslim community outside of a vague knowledge of its beginnings and the Crusades. I had seen other books on this subject ... BOOK REVIEW: Answering Jihad:A Better Way Forward by Nabeel Qureshi
On 5/3 Clark Bates wrote: Nabeel Qureshi, Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2016.Posted by Clark BatesMay, 3, 2016 When finishing author Qureshi's latest book, Answering Jihad, one is left with the impression that the Islamic faith has evolved into such a dizzying maze ... Book Review: "Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward"