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When it is Dangerous to Believe in Jesus has received this introduction for a testimony about how God is working and drawing people to himself in places we might not expect. The commentator asked not to be identified as the author because of their own ministry in Muslim majority areas around the world.



In this video you will hear the powerful testimony of a former Muslim Imam who became a Christian. When he was a Muslim someone asked him who Jesus was. This question prompted him to read through the Quran in order to see what it had to said about Jesus. What he discovered led him to believe in Jesus Christ as his Savior. He says that the Quran converted him to Christianity. This man subsequently suffered for his new found faith and was about to be killed but God spared his life. Watch the video to hear his story.

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Category: Living the Faith, Spring 2018

About the Author: Michael J. Dies is the reviews editor for Pneuma Review. He and his family live in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area.

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