Sheikh Ahmed Deedat debates with the American soldiers of the First Gulf War in Saudi Arabia.
Hussein Deedat (July 1, 1918 - August 8, 2005): He was a Muslim scholar of
Comparative religion, an author, lecturer, and an orator. He was best known for
witty inter-religious public debates.
What differentiated Deedat's approach from his contemporaries, apart from
eloquence in English language, was that he would not only use references from
the Qur'an and the Hadith, but also use his intensive knowledge of the Bible.
Dr. Gary Miller: Gary Miller (Abdul-Ahad Omar) shows how we can establish true
faith by setting standards of truth. He illustrates a simple but effective
method of finding out the right direction in our search for truth.
G.R. Miller is a mathematician and a theologian. He was active in Christian
missionary work at a particular point of his life but he soon began to discover
many inconsistencies in the Bible. In 1978, he happened to read the Qur'an
expecting that it, too, would contain a mixture of truth and falsehood.
He discovered to his amazement that the message of the Qur'an was precisely the
same as the essence of truth that he had distilled from the Bible. He became a
Muslim and since then has been active in giving public presentations on Islam
including radio and television appearances. He is also the author of several
articles and publications about Islam.