Stronghold Falling? Spiritual Cracks in Islam's House
A wind is blowing through the House of Islam. The House of Islam, or Dar al-Islam in Arabic, is the name Muslims give to an invisible religious empire that stretches from West Africa to the Indonesian archipelago, encompassing 49 nations and 1.6 billion Muslims.
Dwarfing the size of any previous earthly kingdom, Islam directs the spiritual affairs of nearly a quarter of the world's population.
But something extraordinary is happening in the Islamic world that is challenging the hold that Islam exercises over its adherents. Muslim movements to Jesus Christ are taking place in numbers never before seen.
Researcher and author David Garrison asked a thousand Muslim-background believers in Christ one simple question: "Tell me your story. What did God use to bring you to faith in Jesus Christ?"
The answers are recorded in Garrison's book, A Wind in the House of Islam: How God is Drawing Muslims Around the World to Faith in Jesus Christ.
What is the common thread to all their stories? David Garrison talks more about what he's discovered with Pat Robertson, Tuesday on The 700 Club. Click play to watch.