From Jihad to Jesus by Jerry Rassamni

From Jihad to Jesus is a book recommended for Muslims and for Christians who wanted to understand the background of Islam.

The year was 1975, and the Lebanese civil war had begun. In 15 years of fighting between Muslims and Christians, over 100,000 died in a war that nearly destroyed Lebanon. From Jihad to Jesus: An Ex-militant’s Journey of Faith tells us the story of Jerry Rassami from the days when he was a former Islamic militant in the civil war fighting against Christians to finding freedom in Christ. After escaping Lebanon, Rassamni eventually made his way into the United States. Living in America, he encountered the love of  Jesus Christ through the sincere and genuine love of Christians and it gradually melted his hardened heart. Upon examining the Word of God, Rassamni was convicted of his sin and he had a personal encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ. And so, during a Sunday morning church service in October, of 1998, Rassamni accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior. The book also provides a critical analysis that debunks Islam by addressing five very basic questions concerning man, the Qur’an, Mohammed, Allah, and Muslim customs. From Jihad to Jesus is an inspiring book with a very unique look into the background beginning with hatred and violence, but ending with love and redemption.

  • “After finishing the book I have a much better understanding of current events and the disconnect between those who claim Islam is a peaceful religion and the actions of Muslim terrorists.” – C. Westerlund, Amazon Review
  • If you want to know more about Christianity and Islam, Rassamni’s book is outstanding and you won’t be disappointed.” – D. Panetti, Amazon Review
  • I read this book and what I found was an in depth explanation of how Islam came to be and how current perceptions of Islam are inaccurate. I believe that this book is very insightful in light of current world issues.” Anonymous, Amazon Review
  • “Definitely a comprehensive study of Islam and Christianity. However, it is written more for a Muslim audience.” J. Freshour

ISBN 0899570917, 192 pages, Publisher – Living Ink Books


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