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Dr. Jeffrey Lang: From Atheism to Islam

Dr. Jeffrey Lang: From Atheism to Islam

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Dr. Jeffrey Land is an associate professor of Mathematics at the University of Kansas, one of the biggest university in the United States. He started his religious journey on Jan. 30, 1954, when he was born in a Roman Catholic family in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The first 18 years of his life were spent in Catholic schools, which left him with many unanswered questions about God and the Christian religion. Watch how Dr. Jeffrey Land found the truth.


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Dr. Laurence B. Brown Accepts Islam

Dr. Laurence B. Brown Accepts Islam

A graduate of Cornell University, Brown University Medical School and George Washington University Hospital residency program, Laurence B. Brown is an ophthalmic surgeon, a retired Air Force officer, and the medical director and chief ophthalmologist of a major eye center. He is also an ordained interfaith minister with a doctorate in divinity and a PhD in religion, and the author of a number of books of comparative religion and reality-based fiction.

Watch this video to see how he came to Islam after a long search for the truth.


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How a British Atheist Came to Islam – Omar Dexter

How a British Atheist Came to Islam – Omar Dexter

Omar Dexter

Omar Dexter, a young man from UK who reverted to Islam several years ago talks about his journey from atheism to Islam. He admits that he had so many questions about man and life but couldn’t find convincing answers to them anywhere except in Islam.

He finally started to feel the beauty of freedom as he left behind a legacy of society problems. He finally understood why he was created and learnt about the hereafter.

 

British brother Omar Dexter is telling his conversion story from atheism to Islam. To watch full episode, please click here…

 


 

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