Products>No God but One: Allah or Jesus? (with Bonus Content)

No God but One: Allah or Jesus? (with Bonus Content)

, 2016
ISBN: 9780310522560


BONUS: This eBook includes downloadable videos and a Q&A with Nabeel Qureshi that are not found in the print edition.

Having shared his journey of faith in the New York Times bestselling Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, Nabeel Qureshi now examines Islam and Christianity in detail, exploring areas of crucial conflict and unpacking the relevant evidence.

In this anticipated follow-up book, Nabeel reveals what he discovered in the decade following his conversion, providing a thorough and careful comparison of the evidence for Islam and Christianity--evidence that wrenched his heart and transformed his life.

In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, Nabeel Qureshi recounted his dramatic journey, describing his departure from Islam and his decision to follow Christ. In the years that followed, he realized that the world’s two largest religions are far more different than they initially appeared.

No God but One: Allah or Jesus? addresses the most important questions at the interface of Islam and Christianity: How do the two religions differ? Are the differences significant? Can we be confident that either Christianity or Islam is true? And most important, is it worth sacrificing everything for the truth?

Nabeel shares stories from his life and ministry, casts new light on current events, and explores pivotal incidents in the histories of both religions, providing a resource that is gripping and thought-provoking, respectful and challenging.

Both Islam and Christianity teach that there is No God but One, but who deserves to be worshiped, Allah or Jesus?

This eBook includes the full text of the book plus bonus content not found in the softcover! Bonuses include a Q&A with Nabeel Qureshi and downloadable videos that answer important questions about Islam and Christianity. Please note that some e-reader devices do not accommodate video play. You can still access the bonus videos by copying the web address provided into an internet browser on a device or computer that accommodates video content.

1. Islam or Christianity? PART 1: Core Beliefs 2. Qur’an: Divinely Inspired or a Human Product? 3. Muhammad: Godly Prophet or a Historical Enigma? 4. Jesus: Divine Son of God or a Mortal Messiah? 5. Jesus’ Death: Rescued or Crucified? 6. Jesus’ Resurrection: Miracle or Myth? PART 2: Other Important Issues 7. Jihad and the Crusades: Violence in Islam and Christianity 8. Women in Islam and Christianity 9. The Qur’an and the Bible: The Scriptures of Islam and Christianity 10. Tauheed and the Trinity: The Heart of Islam and Christianity CONCLUSION 11. Allah or Jesus?: Who Is Worthy of Worship?

Product Details

  • Title : No God but One: Allah or Jesus? (with Bonus Content): A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam and Christianity
  • Author: Qureshi, Nabeel
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • ISBN: 9780310522560


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  1. Steven Blader

    Steven Blader


  2. Patrick



    Having read and enjoyed Qureshi's first book, I wasn't sure what more he could say on the topic. He had covered his conversion and done so in an apologetic manner. This book does more of the same but in the reverse. Here, the book is more of an apologetic tool framed within his pre-and-post-conversion to Christianity. Qureshi does a service in providing a well balanced look at what Muslims believe, what they claim to believe, and what leading Muslim apologists claim. Having watched quite a few debates from James White on the subject the topics are covered well and clearly. I would have like him to go into depth a little bit more on subjects of what regular Muslims believe but he does provide "the best" when it comes to Muslim apologists - which isn't saying much. I would also have liked him to cover a little bit more of the current history and schisms in Islam. For example, he does a great job covering the history of the formation of the Koran and the language but not too much about how it transitioned into a book thought to be perfect by today's Muslims. The book isn't overly long as far as length of chapters but a lot of topics are covered. Qureshi still takes on the evidentalist viewpoint of apologetics although does slip into presuppositions from time to time. The book is good for those who want a primer on Muslim beliefs and Christian responses. It is a great tool to take the first step in understanding those who believe in Islam and thus be able to witness to them, in love, the necessity for salvation in Jesus Christ. Final Grade - B+

  3. Edith