Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus is the best of them. It contains the strengths of the other books without their weaknesses. It explains what Muslims believe (clearly, accurately, and without ad hominems). It explains how Muslims live (most of them are family-oriented, peace-loving people who think the Quran teaches peace). It explains why they think Christianity is false (giving and refuting their arguments in detail). And yet it does all this without being even slightly boring. In fact, my parents found it so compelling that they finished reading the book before I did.
The reason this book is so captivating is that it is not just a collection of facts about Islam; it is the true story of a real Muslim's journey to Christianity. It blends emotional intensity with intellectual rigor. Nabeel Qureshi was raised by parents far more pious and kind than many American parents, and he followed Islam more wholeheartedly than a lot of professing Christians follow Jesus. At an early age he learned refute the average Christian's arguments for the Bible. So it's all the more amazing that he ever became a Christian. Telling his parents of his conversion was the most heartrending moment of his life. (And you'll understand why when you read it.) His conversion shows both the value and the limitations of apologetics.
But he did convert. And the reason seems to be that in the end, his love for truth exceeded his love for everything else. For many people, their love for friends, family, pleasures, or even sin exceed their love for truth, so they suppress the truths they know about God and follow an ideology that leaves their idols alone. To those who really do ask, seek, knock in pursuit of the truth, to those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, Jesus has promised answers. This book demonstrates how He gives them.
Please read the book. And then look for a Muslim friend with whom you can share it.
I received this book for free in exchange for an unbiased review. My review was not required to be positive.