Who is Nabeel Qureshi?
Nabeel Qureshi (author) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Nabeel Qureshi (Urdu: نبیل قریشی; April 13, 1983 – September 16, 2017) was an American Christian and convert from the Ahmadiyya sect of Islam.
Is Nabeel Al-Nabeel an ex-Muslim or a Christian?
Nabeel has certainly put himself in a rather awkward position with regards to his legitimacy as an ‘ex-Muslim’. It is unfortunate that some feel the need to sell themselves by what they used to be rather than the person they are now. Right wing Evangelicalism is a hotbed for such celebrity preachers.
How did Qureshi begin his debate with David Wood?
After one such discussion with a Christian at Old Dominion University, David Wood, the two became friends and began a years-long debate on the historical claims of Christianity and Islam. According to Qureshi, Wood encouraged him to research Christianity and Islam in an equally objective light.
Why did Abdul Qureshi convert to Christianity?
According to Qureshi, Wood encouraged him to research Christianity and Islam in an equally objective light. Qureshi recounted that he had been happy with his faith and with his Muslim community and did not want to leave it, but he ultimately converted to Christianity after years of dialogue with Wood.
Where has Qureshi lectured?
Qureshi lectured to students at more than 100 universities, including Oxford, Columbia, Dartmouth, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, and the University of Hong Kong. He has participated in 18 moderated, public debates around North America, Europe, and Asia. In 2015, Qureshi debated at Wayne State University with Muslim scholar Shabir Ally.
Why did Qureshi get arrested?
In 2015, Qureshi debated at Wayne State University with Muslim scholar Shabir Ally. On June 18, 2010, Qureshi was arrested at the Dearborn Arab Festival along with David Wood, and Paul Rezkalla on charges of “breach of peace”.