In this issue . . .
What brought a radical Muslim to Christ?
His dark, deep-set eyes and chiseled chin fit the stereotype of a middle-eastern political leader. His broken English resounds with the halting grammar of one who is foreign to the soil he now calls home.
He knows danger and has paid the price of power. His body language reveals shadows of suspicion and readiness for unflinching response to any threat.
However, there is an unexpected incongruity. His handshake is a greeting. Joy-filled eyes join an ever-widening smile. Most amazing of all is his story; one that few have lived to tell. As a former radical Muslim who was heavily involved in the Iranian fundamentalist revolution, Daniel Shayesteh was once committed to exterminating Jews, Christians, and other “infidels.”
That was before his Creator became his redeemer. His heart transformed by the love of Christ, Daniel is now a born-again Christian who is committed to helping others understand and properly respond to the Islamic faith. He reveals the inconsistencies and alarming directives of Islam’s holy book and its associated worldview.
There is much more that Christians need to know.
To read more of this incredible journey, see Escape from Darkness.
News to Note Quick Look
Finding bigfoot: Two bigfoot hunters claim to have made the ultimate discovery in the woods of Georgia: the body of a dead male sasquatch. Is this all a hoax? What can it tell us about the creation-evolution controversy? Read more.
Denied: The San Francisco Chronicle reports on Judge James Otero’s ruling that the University of California may deny science credit for students from Christian high schools. Read more.
Arch purposes: If an arch collapses in a desert and no one is around to hear it, does it still shout “millions of years”? Read more.
Also: Stemming the tide, making strides, elephant memories, and a homeschool victory. Read more.
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