Son Alienated From Family After Leaving Islam for Jesus
Growing up, Nabeel Qureshi and his mother were incredibly close. Mother walked Son through her faith of Islam, the most important thing her in life, and he finished reading the Koran at the age of 5. Qureshi and his mother were one in their faith.
However, when he went to college, his faith was tested as he debated Islam against Christianity with a friend. The philosophical tangling came to a head when Qureshi's friend asked him if he would leave everything if Christianity were true.
We should be grateful to God for the people that are saved out of various religions. In spite of the controversies that surround [URL=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ergun_Caner]]]Ergun Caner[/URL], who we had as a guest speaker at IHCC, mainly do to a pastor who had major part in his finding Christ, who was on the staff at IHCC at the time, (so I wonder about the accuracy of the Wikipedia article one does see there ). Quite a few [URL=http://bibleprobe.com/muhammad.htm]]]Muhammad[/URL]ans have come to Christ.
Chris000, you probably can add how Catholics treat relatives who become Christian. I understand that sometimes they remain on fairly good terms, but other times other times reject them completely for following the truth. Cults like Catholicism, [URL=http://www.chick.com/bc/1999/popevisit.asp]]]"Rome when in minority is as gentle as a lamb, when in equality is as clever as a fox, and when in the majority is as fierce as a tiger."[/URL] or [URL=http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/_PDFArchives/roman-catholicism/RC2W0601.pdf]]]... Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses[/URL] will ostracize friends and relatives who become Christians, so it's not only Islamists alienate former members of their cult.