Into the Den of Infidels
September 18, 2012
With all the recent uprising in the Middle East over a recent film that discusses Islam, I thought it might be a good time to share with you about a great book that we have in our bookstore. We've shared about this book before and if you haven't read it yet, I really want to encourage you to get yourself a copy.
The book is Into the Den of Infidels and is available for only $8.00
Read the compelling stories of eight Muslims in Egypt-the intellectual capital of Islam--as they persevered until they discovered the truth.
"In the afterlife, nothing will help us but the truth."
--A Muslim zealout breaks into stores and homes belonging to Christians and robs them. His hatred for Christians peaks as he attacks churches. Then he studies the Bible to expose its "false teachings." The One revealed in Scripture breaks his heart, and he chooses a new name for himself: Paul.
--Realizing it is easy to proclaim a certain religion right or wrong without a real search, two Muslims friends ask common-sense questions about which is the true faith. Seeking nothing but God, they begin an honest, objective search; after many sleepless nights, sometimes drowning in a flood of questions with no answers, they finally find the Object of their desires.
--A young woman named Leila is beaten by her father and her teacher for asking spiritual questions but she finds the Answer in spite of them.
--Abraham, an Islamic missionary, throws Christian books out of his house, wanting to follow Mohammed wholeheartedly. When Abraham later finds peace with God, his family and friends disown him.