Sinbad sets out on a pilgrimage to Mecca with Selassie, a Christian slave. Through one action-packed danger after another, Sinbad comes to Christ.
Join Sinbad the Sailor on his greatest adventure! Sinbad is a devout Muslim, but he is unsure that he is good enough to please God. He decides to make a pilgrimage to Mecca accompanied by Selassie, a young Christian slave. Sinbad and Selassie encounter one peril after another. They are thrown into the sea by superstitious sailors; theyare almost sacrificed to the sun by a mad prophet; they are captured by octopuses and imprisoned in an undersea city by cruel men. They escape only to fall into more dangers: capture by giant apes, shipwreck on an uncharted island, and more. Last of all, Sinbad is sold into slavery by a trusted crewman--how will he escape this time? Through all their adventures and perils, Selassie diagogues with Sinbad about Islam and the Gospel. At first reluctantly, then eagerly Sinbad comes to see that only in Christ can he find acceptance and fellowship with God. The Gospel is clearly presented, and the spiritual content of the book is well-mixed with adventures that keep young readers on the edge of their seats from the first chapter till the very last page.