Having spent the bulk of my high school years in Iran, I was immensely interested in what the author, William Miller, had to say about this mysterious country. I was not disappointed.
William Miller, a former homeschooler, spent 43 years as a missionary to Iran where he translated and prepared several books and Bible commentaries in Farsi. Infused with an obvious love for the Iranian people, Tales of Persia provides children with first-hand insights into Islam: what it is, how it differs from Christianity, and why people need to be saved from it.
Since Islam is one of the fastest growing religions this century it would behoove all Christian families to understand what it is about. This timely devotional book of missionary tales is indispensable for introducing this topic to children ages nine and up.