A while ago I posted a blog entry noting that Kregel publications had a misleading description of the Caner brothers on their website. I quote:
"Raised as Sunni Muslims, their father a leader in their local mosque, brothers Ergun and Emir Caner were immersed in Islam. Now Christians, respected evangelical scholars, and theologians, the Caner brothers are fully qualified to present an inside view of the Muslim life".
The actual product detail page said: "Raised as Sunni Muslims by a leader in the faith, brothers Ergun and Emir Caner have lived the Muslim life. Now Christians, and highly respected theology professors, the Caner brothers are particularly qualified to present an unprecedented insider's look at Islam."
Both of these have now gone (though may still be found on sites that took the original blurb from Kregel). Instead Kregel simply says that they were "Raised as Sunni Muslims" (which still seems to be stretching things). The Product detail page has been altered to read: "Raised as Sunni Muslims, brothers Ergun and Emir Caner converted from Islam to Christianity as teenagers. Now respected evangelical scholars and theologians, the Caner brothers are able to present an inside view of the Muslim life from a Christian perspective."
Note that they are now only said to be "Able to present an inside view of the Muslim life from a Christian perspective", they are no longer "Particularly qualified to present am unprecedented insider's look at Islam." The truth is out, and the Caner brothers have been demoted from experts to people who know something about Islam.
Thank you, Kregel, for responding to our concerns.