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Bismi Allah.









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Anselm Tormeeda - 14th century CE scholar and priest




o Dr. Jerald F. Dirks - Former minister (deacon) of the United Methodist Church. He holds a Master's degree in Divinity from Harvard University and a Doctorate in Psychology from the University of Denver



o Abdullah al-Faruq - Formerly Kenneth L. Jenkins, minister and elder of the Pentecostal Church



o Anonymous Female Missionary - Former Catholic missionary



o Martin John Mwaipopo - Former Lutheran Archbishop



o Raphael - Former Jehovah's Witness minister



o George Anthony - Former Catholic priest



o Dr. Gary Miller (Abdul-Ahad Omar) - Former missionary




Martin John Mwaipopo - Former Lutheran Archbishop



Martin John Mwaipopo - Former Lutheran Archbishop



(It was December 23, 1986, two days away from Christmas, when Arch Bishop Martin John Mwaipopo, announced to his congregation that he was leaving Christianity for Islam.




The congregation was paralysed with shock on hearing the news, so much so, that his administrator got up from his seat, closed the door and windows, and declared to the church members that the Bishop’s mind had become unhinged, that is, he had gone mad.




How could he not think and say so, when only a few minutes earlier, the man had taken out his music instruments and sang so movingly for the church members?



Little did they know that inside the Bishop’s heart lay a decision that would blow their minds, and that the entertainment was only a farewell party. But the congregant’s reaction was equally shocking! They called the police to take the "mad" man away.




He was kept in the cells until midnight when Sheikh Ahmed Sheik, the man who initiated him into Islam came to bail him out.




Raphael - Former Jehovah's Witness minister







"This guy like apple pie and he drives a Chevy truck. He is a red-blooded American boy. He was a Jehovah's Witness."

"Those people that come in the morning?"

"Yeah, those."



"That never let us sleep on Sundays?"

"Yeah, this guy was one of them. Now he's one of us."




George Anthony - Former Catholic priest




“He quotes Esaiah 9:12 which reads like this.†And the book is delivered to him that is not learned, saying, Read this, I pray thee: and he saith; I am not learned.â€




This verse is a prophecy towards prophet Mohammed (pbuh), because Mohammad (pubh) was an unlettered prophet and when he was an unlettered prophet and when he was asked by Angel Gabrielto read out the first divine revelation upon him he said, “I am not learnedâ€





Contrary to the Christian belief that Jesus is God, Acts 2:22 of the Holy Bible considers Jesus (p) as a man.



It says, “Ye men of israel, hear these words, jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God among you by miracles and wonders and signs, which God did by him in the midst of you, as ye yourself also know.â€

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