"For Christianity is a fighting religion. It thinks God has made the world- that space and time, heat and cold, and all the colors and tastes, and all the animals and vegetables are things that God 'made up out of His head' as a man makes up a story. But it also thinks that a great many things have gone wrong with the world that God made and that God insists, and insists very loudly, on our putting them right again." Mere Christianity
As Jesus started on his way, a man ran up to him and fell on his knees before him. "Good teacher," he asked, "what must I do to inherit eternal life?"
Nabeel was a Muslim who converted after years of back and forth with a college friend, David Wood, who had been an atheist. Throughout the book, I learned about fundamental Islam, highlighting here and there. That's not what caught my attention, though, as I read. It's the apologetics and evangelism lesson I saw in his interactions with his friend. From here on out I'll add excerpts from the book and occasionally my 2 or 3 cents.
They walked up, and one person said, "We want Jesus to bless our children." "He doesn't have time for that," John answered. From behind us, Jesus raised his voice, rebuking us.