This is a Friday Sermon I gave last December about how Muslim to Non-Muslim relationships should be.
This is an interesting question I received from one of my students a few years ago. I am sharing this with you because I felt you may find it beneficial and thoughtful. . . I was recently joined in discussion with several Hindu and Christian people both here and in England who are strongly of […]
The Wisdom in Allah’s Allowing Sin Ibn al-Qayyim connects the wisdom behind the existence of Satan to the wisdom behind Allah decreeing sin and evil in the world. First of all, he emphasizes that Allah’s creation of both good and evil showcases His power and ability to create opposed and complementary things. He also addresses […]
This is an interesting discussion I had from a guest to my mosque several years ago. He is a member of the Order of Friars Minor, followers of St. Francis of Assisi. Dear Ahmed, May God be praised! Thank you for your class last evening. I found it to be very interesting. I am just […]
Introduction He is truly felicitous who purifies [his soul] and he fails who corrupts it. (Qur’an 91:9-10) Islam teaches that no one stands between a person and God. The Prophet said any sinner can sincerely repent, and through their remorse, receive forgiveness. The slate is clean, and the journey to God begins again. This will […]
A few of you wanted to know who was the author of this reading. His name is Christopher T.R. Hewers, and he is currently a Fellow in Christian-Muslim Relations at St. Ethelburga’s Centre in London, England. He earned his PhD in 1998 and a post-graduate diploma (2003) from the University of Birmingham (Centre for the […]