Here is another excerpt from my third book, Interfaith Dialogues and Debates. . . this question comes up every now and then in my classes, and you may find it interesting: “What is creation for? Is it just an experiment on God’s part? Is it an amusement or a playful diversion? If God is perfect, then why […]
I wanted to share with you an excerpt from my third book, Interfaith Dialogues and Debates. . . the questioner posed a series of short, incisive questions whose answers offer insight into the Islamic faith: Is there some problem Muslims have with Jews? I kind of understand the Palestine/Israel conflict, but it seems like the tension between […]
As promised, here is the second in a series of book recommendations about various Islamic and ecumenical topics. Today, I will share with you my favorite Islamic Philosophy books.
I wanted to share with you an excerpt from my second book, The Qur’an Discussions. . . this line of questions pops up a lot in my classes, so I thought you might find it interesting: I have two questions about verses in the Qur’an: 1) V2:6 and V2:7 (i.e., in the second Surah on verse six […]
In my opinion, there is no Islam. Instead there are Bukharizm, Muslimizm… and so on. Who is saying that Holy Qur’an is incomplete? The answer is “so called SAHIH” hadith collections. Who is saying that our Prophet A.S. had forgotten Qur’an verses. Guess what? SAHIH COLLECTIONS again. Who is saying that a goat ate the […]
A Muslim hospital chaplain honors his Southern heritage while challenging white supremacy. From the 2018 PBS Online Film Festival. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPpvGyn89ss