Yes, I have with my one son in law.
He did engage in a small discussion with me…but got stuck in the usual places …Jesus as the Son of God. Jesus being the Lamb or God … taking away the sin of the world.
Ishmael being the son whom Abraham took up on the mountain…
And many others. It was a civil, caring discussion.
The other son in law has not been too available to speak with. Although, his English is getting much better. My daughter who is married to him converted to Islam after they married. It has been a challenging experience for me as a believing parent. At first, there was a fair amount of her attempting to convert me to Islam…or at least to proclaim the glories of Islam, (with what I have come to understand over time to be standard Islamic rhetoric). (Which is very similar in nature and approach to the evangelical rhetoric of some Christians. A learning observation for me in many ways.)
My daughter has settled into her life as a Muslim and is more open to meaningful communication. (One very good thing about Muslims is they honour their parents. I have to confess, this has been an enjoyable experience.)
My daughter has not dug deep into the Muslin faith the way Nabeel Queshi, eventually did. Since there is little opportunity or openness…I have committed myself to prayer for the Sovereign Lord to work in the inner recesses of their hearts in ways, that I cannot reach.
Bottom line, I believe God bought these young men into my life …
I have often thought about God directing the one son in law to my home, through my daughter who was dating him. (She was a full grown adult.)
God seemed to bring this lonely, young Arab refugee, who attached himself, to a family where the parents were firm believers in the gospel of Jesus and the Word of God.
I continue to pray for the salvation of these young men…
With man it is impossible…but, with God all things are possible.