"Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus" by Nabeel Qureshi a New York Times Best Seller
Nineteen months after its release, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi has sold over 160,000 copies in all editions and continues to reach a cross-section of readers around the world. The book achieved New York Times Best Seller status this month, ranking #9 in the "E-Book Best Sellers" category for the week of September 6th.
In addition, Qureshi's book was the first ever to win two Christian Book Awards, securing awards in both the competitive "Nonfiction" and "New Author" categories.
"I am amazed at how the Lord has used Seeking Allah Finding Jesus for His purposes," reflected Qureshi. "Our teammates have encountered people from unlikely places who have been using the book, such as individuals and groups in India, Liberia, Somalia, Kenya, South Africa, Indonesia, and Bangladesh."
On September 12, Qureshi spoke at an open forum on the campus of the University of Toronto on the topic, "Questioning Jesus: Critically Considering Christian Claims." Two Muslims who had read Seeking Allah Finding Jesus came to the event and shared their journeys with Qureshi, giving their lives to the Lord and committing to follow Christ.
"It was thrilling to witness firsthand how God is using the story He gave me to draw others to Himself," described Qureshi. "I pray the Lord will continue to get the book into unlikely hands for His glory and the proclamation of His salvation through Jesus."
Seeking Allah Finding Jesus is currently being translated into ten languages: Finnish, French, German, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, and Telugu.