I was interested in reading this book to to hear all about the Author's experience converting from Islam to Christianity.
As usual, I checked my local Library and they had a copy...Win for me since I'm not a book buyer.
In this book, the Author, Nabeel Qureshi, takes you on a journey into his immediate family's everyday life as a child growing up and gives a glimpse of his culture, upbringing and religious indoctrination.
It was while in College outside of the direct influence of his family that he was exposed to the doctrines of Christianity. He shares his battle to accept the truths of Islam and a greater battle to accept the truths of Christianity.
The book is broken into several mini chapters that gives broad snippets into Nabeel's life experiences. If you enjoy philosophy of theories and reasoning's and all things Philosophy related you will enjoy his story on how he dissected and came to accept the truths of Christianity. I had to skip a couple chapters since the "philosophysations" were a bit much for me.
This book is an enlightening read if you would like to be taken on a personal journey of one who grew up in a "orthodox" Muslim home who found and accepted Christianity and the consequences and grace that followed.