orlistat availabilityIn order xenical orlistat cheap, Nabeel Qureshi tells the story of his conversion to Jesus after several years of deep intellectual and emotional struggle. Qureshi was born in the United States to parents who had emigrated from Pakistan. Although Nabeel’s father served in the U.S. Navy, Nabeel was raised as a devout Muslim and came of age in post-9/11 America.
In the early chapters of the book, Qureshi portrays his family as sincere, tender and loving Muslims with parents who cared for their children and actively sought to teach them about Islam, the Qur’an, the hadith, and the life of Muhammad. In fact, among Qureshi’s immediate ancestors are multiple generations of Muslim missionaries. In this part of the book, Qureshi aims to “tear down walls by giving non-Muslim readers an insider’s perspective into a Muslim’s heart and mind” (p. 15). Some readers may find this section uncomfortably positive, but this is by design. Qureshi confesses that while his descriptions may even seem “pro-Islamic” at times, they serve to convey his past love for his former faith (p. 16).
Qureshi’s faith struggle begins when he enters university and meets David Wood, a devout Christian who not only practices his faith but is also willing to challenge Nabeel’s beliefs, sometimes even forcefully. Rather than driving Nabeel away, David’s sincerity and passion gain Nabeel’s respect, although Nabeel is solidly convinced his own arguments will win the day. canadian rx orlistat