Many stories of Muslim converts to Christianity are of people who already pose a devout faith in their native religion. But Sohrab Ahmari, the op-ed editor for the New York Post, has a much different story. Born in Iran just six years after the Islamic Revolution, he grew up with parents who were more influenced by the sixties and its secular questioning of authority, than the imposed order of the Khomeini regime. So Sohrab's nominal Muslim faith left him privately questioning Islam, while publicly professing belief just to guard against Iran's morality police. He moved to the U.S. as a teen and thoroughly embraced atheism. But over the next decade and a half found a spiritual path that lead to Catholicism.  His new book, "From Fire By Water: My Journey to the Catholic Faith," is a compelling story in its candid understanding of a universal need existing in all human souls. Listen to our talk and find out the unexpected way his conversion became known internationally, and why this book became necessary to set the record straight.