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Kregel Publications The Costly Call, Book 2: The Untold Story

This compelling sequel delivers more real-life snapshots of modern day heroes---from Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, and secularist backgrounds---who have sacrificed everything to follow the call to faith in Christ. These courageous men and women truly understand the importance of religious liberty and pray that even their enemies may be saved.

Emir Fethi Caner (Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington) is a former Sunni Muslim who was disowned by his father when he converted to Christianity. He is currently Assistant Professor of Church History and Anabaptist Studies as well as the associate dean of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He speaks regularly on church history and Islam around the world and on such programs and networks as NPR, Janet Parshall's America and Billy Graham's Decision Today Radio. His past experience includes pastoring, missions work, and church planting. He is the co-author of More Than a Prophet and the best-selling book Unveiling Islam.

H. Edward Pruitt (M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is associate director of the Center for Great Commission Studies and adjunct professor of missions at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Ed has traveled to more than fifty-five countries and logged more than one million miles sharing the gospel.

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Date:July 5, 2009
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This is an amazing book - a true gem! My faith has grown as I've read of the miraculous ways God has revealed himself to those who were truly seeking to know him. I am so humbled and awed to read about the sacrifices that believers in other parts of the world have made willingly for Christ. Truly, this book has given me a heart to intercede for the lost. I can hardly wait to read The Costly Call, Book 1!Because of the nature of the persecutions that Christians in the book endured, I would recommend it to older teens and adults.
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