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Into the Den of Infidels

4.07  ·  Rating details ·  74 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
To counteract Christian evangelism, Paul set out to expose the false teachings and corruption in the Torah and the Bible. Instead, this Muslim zealot found the true faith in Christ, who changed him, "He did what the God of Mohammed was unable to do." Raised to hate Christians, never imagining that they could be right, Mozafar discovered something that shook his whole being ...more
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Carol Arnold
A short but fascinating read! It is the story of eight Christian Egyptians who were former Muslims. The first seven stories were relatively short but the eighth covers over half the book. While they are all interesting stories, the final one was especially captivating. "Paul" tells the story of his struggle as he goes from radical Muslim to Christian. He set out to read the Torah and the Bible to prove their error and uphold the Qur'an. The more he prays to God (Allah) to reveal the truth to him ...more
Jason Mccool
Mar 19, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed the book. The stories were unique, beautiful testimonies of Muslim truth-seekers being transformed by their encounters wit the source of all truth, Jesus Christ. It was a very insightful look into Islamic culture, and helps me to understand better what Muslim background converts have to overcome, both internally and culturally, to accept Christ. Both men and women told their stories, in their own words, detailing the struggles they faced inside, the persecutions they faced from ...more
Duane Alexander
Well-produced, and well-edited. A compelling and insightful collection of conversion narratives from Islam to Christianity. The final chapter--a poem--is especially compelling, though the person who speaks Arabic would much appreciate the original, or at least a reference to where one can find the unabridged original. The editor (Copeland) has done a fine job, and one wonders why her name is not on the cover of the book. She certainly deserves it. Finally, as a collection of testimonies from Egy ...more
Mar 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
How long and difficult the search for truth can be, but praise the Lord, He is faithful and gentle through the struggle.

In this book you'll meet several different Believers in Christ who fought their way free of Islam's bondage and found freedom in Christ. Some give just the most basic of testimonies. While one gentleman lays out a very detailed comparison of Islam and Christianity, the Qur'an and the Bible, and Jesus and Mohamed. It's fascinating to follow the reasoning as the Lord gently lead
May 12, 2011 rated it really liked it
An interesting compilation of short essays written by former-Muslims in Egypt who have converted to Christianity. Given that Egypt is a country with quite a few hard-liners, these stories add a valuable perspective.

There were quite a few typos in the Kindle edition, but it was an informative read and a great resource for anyone who witnesses to Muslim audiences.

Thanks for taking the time to read my review!
True stories written in their own words of Muslims who converted to Christianity. While some of them were told more interestingly than others, I appreciated each of these stories and am very thankful to have gotten to glimpse into God's work in these individuals' lives. The last one especially... glory to our Almighty All-Gracious God!
Mike Brand
May 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I really liked the stories from Muslim Background Believers. Many were haters of Christians and enemies of Christ and the Bible. But they became convinced in many different ways that Jesus is Lord, Savior, and God. Easy read and worth the time.
Steven van Doorn
Dec 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
In a very conversational and sincere tone this book relates the testimonies of several Egyptians who found Christ. Most of them came from a Muslim background but it was really interesting to see how different each of their lives were both before and after accepting Christ.
Stories of several Christians in Islamic countries persecuted for their belief in Jesus Christ the Lord.
Sep 17, 2007 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: inspirational
Den of Infidels is a short read but is really good. It gave me a look into the lives of Christians you were Muslims and the struggles they face in changing faiths in the Muslim world.
Apr 06, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This book is many sweet and incredible stories of Muslim people who found Jesus Christ.
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