Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: Audio Lectures
- A Former Muslim Shares the Evidence that Led Him from Islam to Christianity
- Narrated by: Nabeel Qureshi
- Length: 3 hrs and 51 mins
- Release date: 17-10-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Zondervan
Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: Audio Lectures develops in further detail the objections to Islam and case for Christianity that Qureshi introduced in Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus. When used with the accompanying Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus Study Guide, this accessible course is perfect for adult classes, small groups, segments in college or seminary courses, and motivated independent learners alike.
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By Marissa Smith on 20-10-17
This was wonderful to listen to. I really enjoyed it. I listened to the entire audio book within just a few hours, because I couldn't put it down. I enjoyed hearing the story told by the author himself. I pray that God would continue to use Nabeel's story to reach people for Christ.
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By lambgal86 on 01-07-18
thoughtful, informative, approachable
I listened to the entire audio book (a different product from this) before I listened to these lectures, and I highly recommend both! They vary in format as well as information presented, so it's worth it to listen to both.
Nabeel was known for sharing his story of converting from being a devout Muslim to whole-heartedly following Christ. He walked us through his journey in the book, but in contrast, these lectures were him offering advice for helping lead Muslims to be open to Christ. Nabeel humbly reminded us that we are simply helping them along, but that God does the real work. The lectures include invaluable tips about what's considered polite/offensive to Muslims (both regarding speaking about religion, as well as simply being polite to the culture) and common pitfalls to avoid.
He was a med student, so Nabeel was intellectual and logical by nature, and that was his method for Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus. I'm so glad that Nabeel is the narrator, since his genuineness is always evident, his American dialect is easy to understand, and his voice was quite pleasant for listening.
I live in a semi-rural area 70 miles east of Pittsburgh, so I don't personally know any Muslims. I began Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus more as an academic exercise to enhance my knowledge of another culture, as well as to firm up my own faith. Both goals were certainly accomplished! Though Nabeel did mention at the end that his goal is to help the listener to share the gospel with Muslims, not just merely to cure an academic itch. That said, I have already brought up Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus (both the book and lectures) in conversations with former Christians that have stepped back from religion in favor of being more scientific, so while that audience wasn't Nabeel's intent, I feel that his logical and highly researched/studied view of Christianity can be used to appeal to intellectual audiences of all kinds.