(Book review) No God but One


Reviewed by: Hanna Smith, a Professional Writing major at Taylor University

 


Introduction

Title: No God but Oneno-god-but-one

Author: Nabeel Qureshi

Publisher: Zondervan

Publication Date: August 30, 2016

Format: Paperback

Length: 320 Pages

OVERVIEW

In No God but One, Nabeel Qureshi takes the reader on a journey through the histories of Islam and Christianity with impressive clarity and focus. His words are refined in his experience of converting to Christianity from Islam while studying the verity of both faiths against the fires of history and logic. Starting with the basics, including passages in the Bible and lessons taught about Jesus by both faiths and historical records pertinent to this study, he discusses the main beliefs of each faith, their points of debate, and their philosophical diversities. Viewing Islam and Christianity through this lens, Qureshi is able to bring a deeper insight into the debates that separate and distinguish the two religions. Despite discussing incredibly complex theology and centuries of history, Qureshi is able to present his studies to all audiences in an understandable format

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

5 out of 5 stars

Suggested Audience

Christian Adults

Christian Impact

No God but One helps to guide readers in building a stronger foundation for their faith through the study of church history and core theology. The in-depth overview of Islamic theology helps readers understand a religion that is often mentioned but rarely understood. Those looking to strengthen their ability to evangelize or defend their faith will find this book to be a useful resource.



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One Response to “(Book review) No God but One”

  1. There is no god forced into believing in a god forced to multiply forced to keep food in the human body work hard to do all this for what? A myth

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