Women are being attracted to Islam in increasing numbers. The author explores the reasons why they convert and highlights the problems that they face. She examines the issues confronting women who marry Muslims and addresses the long-term implications of conversion. This is an essential guide to a vital topic for parents and church leaders.
Rosemary Sookhdeo is from New Zealand and studied pharmacy. She went to London Bible College later doing post-graduate theological studies at Oxford University. With her husband did pastoral, church planting ministry for 28 years. She is a Director of the Barnabas Fund and the author of three books