Sunday, November 24, 2019

Embracing Islam: The Revert Experiences (Reference Page)

We started our blog more than a year ago to know how and why non-Muslims take their ultimate decision to revert to Islam. And since then, we have shared many a account of revert Muslims and it has been very enlightening to know that people living in generally Christian dominated society think positively and find many a taboo and religious beliefs ill-founded and wrongly practiced.

Generally, there are three main reasons of non-Muslims, especially the Christians, to embrace Islam.  I have deliberated upon in my earlier post: Why People of Other Religions Become Muslims? But would mention here just for reference:
  • Oneness of Allah
  • Concept of Trinity
  • The Concept of Original Sin
  • Acceptance of all Prophets
Allhamdolillah, the number of Muslims is increasing at a very healthy rate and some critics of Islam fear that Islam may assume the position of a dominant religion worldwide by 2050. Just for a reference, recently while writing about life of Muslims in Bulgaria, I was surprised to see that mere 7.8% Muslim presence in Bulgaria in 2014 has almost doubled to 15% by 2017.

This reference page provides a link to all our posts written on the subject and should come handy for those who want to know why and how non-Muslims embrace Islam:

1: General 
2: Revert Experiences
3. Celebrities that reverted to Islam
We will continue to update this page as and when a new revert experience is added.

You may also refer to our Reference Pages for knowing more about Islam and Quran.
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