Usman Sheikh discusses the historical Jesus and the historical Muhammad in western scholarship, and the subject of Quranic intertextuality. I will be making 3 smaller videos out of this blockbuster!
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Keith Ward discusses his work with Paul Williams of Blogging Theology. We discussed the gospels, Jesus, God, the early Church, and was a Muhammad a prophet of God.
I have just begun reading this juicy new book. It says it is the first book-length academic introduction to Ibn Taymiyya in English. The book is by Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, Jon Hoover, from the University of Nottingham. I… Read More ›
Review of new book by N. T. Wright and Michael F. Bird: ‘The New Testament in Its World: An Introduction to the History, Literature, and Theology of the First Christians’
After much toing and froing (do I really need another introduction to the New Testament in my library?) I decided to purchase N. T. Wright and Michael F. Bird’s “The New Testament in Its World: An Introduction to the History,… Read More ›
I bought this today. It looks amazing. And just see who has written the forwards!
Just delivered. This makes me happy. An expert guide to the cell – an astonishingly complex chemical factory. Another sign of Allah.
According to my new book, “The actual mechanics of cell division require significantly more instructions than it takes to build a moon rocket or supercomputer.” Page 60.
Someone asked me a very good question: I might post jucy extracts from time to time. He is very quotable.