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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. . . “. . . are you saying that the practice of asceticism, which is to physically renounce the pleasures of life for […]
So how does someone like me decide which of the two schools of thinking is the true Islam? Both factions endeavour to portray the other one as extremist and as a fringe. I do understand your protestations that yours is the correct one but then the other lot would stress that they are. Maybe those […]