Abdulrahman, a British atheist, converts to Islam. Watch the video to know how he found the truth of Islam.
Taken with kind permission from: irf.net.
It would not be hard for Him to direct everyone to faith and obedience and never let anyone to be something else, i.e. unbeliever or disobedient
But when he went to the mosque, he felt a sense that somehow he was immediately displaced from his position of security, like that sense he had, something is really wrong with Islam, suddenly, he started to have doubts. He went home that day confused because he can feel that there is something beautiful about Islam; there is some peace and serenity in the mosque that he experienced now for himself.
Would a nation of people led by God really be forgiven for such a sin? My view on this story matches the Islamic view that the Old Testament has changed over the years. In the past, there have been many Cohaneem (religious leaders at the Holy Temple) who were corrupt. Couldn't it easily be possible for them to have changed Judaism to make it easier to observe and less time-consuming in order to make more money with their profession?