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What caused an ex-militant Muslim who fought Christians during the Lebanese Civil War to leave his baggage of hatred behind and learn to love his enemies? AN EX-ISLAMIC MILITANT'S JOURNEY OF FAITH Jerry Rassamni's story begins with his "physical Jihad" (physical struggle) against Christians during the bloody Lebanese  Civil War. After recounting his gripping early ye What caused an ex-militant Muslim who fought Christians during the Lebanese Civil War to leave his baggage of hatred behind and learn to love his enemies? AN EX-ISLAMIC MILITANT'S JOURNEY OF FAITH Jerry Rassamni's story begins with his "physical Jihad" (physical struggle) against Christians during the bloody Lebanese  Civil War. After recounting his gripping early years, the narrative briskly shifts to Jerry's "personal Jihad" (spiritual struggle into enlightenment) as he attempted to refute the Bible. This book reveals the gripping evidence that led Jerry to abandon Islam and embrace Christ at his Lord and Savior. While describing his search for the truth, Jerry exposes the pagan roots of the Muslim god and the feet of clay of its founder, while providing a careful apologetic for Christianity, Jerry shares the evidence the evidence that compelled him to abandon Islam and undrapes the "Five pillars" to expose the skeletons of Islam: * Allah, is he the eternal God of the Bible? * The Qur'an, it is the true word of God? * The prophet Muhammad, was he a Biblical prophet? * Man, is he born in fitrab (pure state)? * Abadith (Muslim customs & beliefs), are they from God?  


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What caused an ex-militant Muslim who fought Christians during the Lebanese Civil War to leave his baggage of hatred behind and learn to love his enemies? AN EX-ISLAMIC MILITANT'S JOURNEY OF FAITH Jerry Rassamni's story begins with his "physical Jihad" (physical struggle) against Christians during the bloody Lebanese  Civil War. After recounting his gripping early ye What caused an ex-militant Muslim who fought Christians during the Lebanese Civil War to leave his baggage of hatred behind and learn to love his enemies? AN EX-ISLAMIC MILITANT'S JOURNEY OF FAITH Jerry Rassamni's story begins with his "physical Jihad" (physical struggle) against Christians during the bloody Lebanese  Civil War. After recounting his gripping early years, the narrative briskly shifts to Jerry's "personal Jihad" (spiritual struggle into enlightenment) as he attempted to refute the Bible. This book reveals the gripping evidence that led Jerry to abandon Islam and embrace Christ at his Lord and Savior. While describing his search for the truth, Jerry exposes the pagan roots of the Muslim god and the feet of clay of its founder, while providing a careful apologetic for Christianity, Jerry shares the evidence the evidence that compelled him to abandon Islam and undrapes the "Five pillars" to expose the skeletons of Islam: * Allah, is he the eternal God of the Bible? * The Qur'an, it is the true word of God? * The prophet Muhammad, was he a Biblical prophet? * Man, is he born in fitrab (pure state)? * Abadith (Muslim customs & beliefs), are they from God?  

41 review for From Jihad to Jesus: An Ex-militant's Journey of Faith

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rod

    I've read many many books on Islam and its theological differences from Christianity. This is probably my favourite. Its very clear and to the point. It would be nice if a book like this could actually make a difference in over a billion Muslim's evaluation of their belief system. But we know better. It takes more than facts and logic to straighten out people's chosen religious heritage. Oh well, we can always hope. This book simply lays out all of Islam's embarrassing historical fumblings and ev I've read many many books on Islam and its theological differences from Christianity. This is probably my favourite. Its very clear and to the point. It would be nice if a book like this could actually make a difference in over a billion Muslim's evaluation of their belief system. But we know better. It takes more than facts and logic to straighten out people's chosen religious heritage. Oh well, we can always hope. This book simply lays out all of Islam's embarrassing historical fumblings and evil roots. If you don't agree with it: that's YOUR problem. Don't say "I didn't warn you.".

  2. 5 out of 5

    CT Turner

    Very interesting, but often extremely biased. It gave the book credibility that Rassamni grew up a Muslim, but for some reason I wanted to question if any of his war stories were fabricated in any way. Nevertheless, it's the best book I've read comparing Islam to Christianity and strengthened my Christian faith. Very interesting, but often extremely biased. It gave the book credibility that Rassamni grew up a Muslim, but for some reason I wanted to question if any of his war stories were fabricated in any way. Nevertheless, it's the best book I've read comparing Islam to Christianity and strengthened my Christian faith.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Freshour

    Definitely a comprehensive study of Islam and and Christianity. However, it is written more for a muslim audience.

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    Michael Vincent

    This is a very straight forward comparison of Islam and Christianity from someone who would understand both religions. An excellent apologetic reference.

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    Robert Macdonald

    Simply the shortest and most clear way to understand Islamic violence from a person who was both a Muslim then later a Christian.

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