This book concerns the author went from having seen many Muslims in his country avoid or even avoid Islam, unable to reconcile religion because they inherit with the Western-secular views they get. The phenomenon that actually hit almost all Muslim countries have been split Muslims into two opposing camps: those who freeze themselves in the old tradition and they are trailing in Western civilization. The first view previous Islamic thought as an ideal reference, the second view as the pinnacle of Western civilization. The first of the "fundamentalists" that both the "liberals." Both groups had the same "misled". To avoid trapped in danger, Dr. Jeffrey Lang, through the books in five-star rating Amazon.com gets it, suggested that Muslims always develop a critical attitude, both in look-factual reality that emerged as well, and especially, in understanding the messages sendiri.Menurut American converts, author of Struggling to Surrender is famous, the most effective way to confront the danger that is not preventing the emergence of the question or criticism. On the contrary, the Muslim community must continue to encourage both. "We''ll tend to do wrong if they do not want to be critical of yourself." We must always ask and question. Even the angels, which is very close to God, even to ask! They "dare" question the wisdom of God pointed to the caliph in the earth: Are you going to make there creature of mischief and shed blood? This book takes readers across the intellectual-spiritual journey by discussing the conflicts between religion and reason, barrier-rintanagn mounted by the Muslims themselves that hinder people to embrace Islam, extremism in Islamic communities, and other-judgments. "Reading this book," wrote Jalaluddin Mercy, "from beginning to end is, follow the spiritual journey is not only Muslims but also the way American Muslim intellectuals everywhere, when he was faced with the anxiety because the collision of Islam and Islamic actual conceptual .... He wrote with a very persuasive. He convinced us not only with a logical argument and not denied, not only with the proposition akli and nakli. He also touches our emotions with stories that are sometimes humorous, sometimes touching.