The photo at the top shows Sylvain Helaine, an elementary school teacher in Palaiseau, France who teaches children up to six years old. The photo underneath is of the head of the Sorbonne University Students’ Union in Paris, Maryam Pougetoux…. Read More ›
Maslahah is the idea of the public good or the general welfare as an important goal of God’s law. The article below is from The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World by Jonathan A.C. Brown. It interests me as it… Read More ›
Dr Tim Winter (also known as Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad) just emailed me a link to this new video by an American convert:
Denis Giron has produced an article which has stimulated much debate and reflection amongst Christian and Muslim commentators on Blogging Theology. Rather than add to the ever-extending line of comments, and because I wish to cite some academic sources at… Read More ›
How the Muslims Took Back Jerusalem | Battle of Hittin
A brief discussion on divine plurals in the Bible and the Qur’an, and whether it is as obvious that they are non-literal as many allege?
Ijaz Ahmad issues grovelling apology and commits to ‘a period of quiet introspection’ – but serious questions still remain..
This scandal is not over yet. As I wrote in a previous article: ‘Ijaz Ahmad and I were once friends back in the day. He confided to me how he kept detailed records of people he considered enemies (usually Christians):… Read More ›