I wish to make a public apology to any Muslims I have offended or hurt through my written words on Blogging Theology, or any hurtful or unfair speech I have uttered in the past. I have made mistakes (sometimes without… Read More ›
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.
An academic excursus: A selection of mainstream New Testament scholarly views on the Christology of the Gospel of John
I think it is important for Muslims and Christians to be aware of what responsible biblical scholars are saying about the gospel of John. This gospel more than any other has laid the christological foundation for later beliefs about Jesus…. Read More ›
A brief review of Professor Abdal Hakim Murad’s new book ‘Travelling Home, Essays on Islam in Europe’.
I had thought of writing a detailed review of Professor Abdal Hakim Murad’s new book Travelling Home, Essays on Islam in Europe which he kindly sent me recently. Instead I felt moved to pen this heartfelt cri de cœur. Be… Read More ›
I am taking an indefinite leave of absence from Blogging Theology. Other writers are welcome to post as usual. regards Paul Williams
Filmed last Sunday at Speakers’ Corner
Some kind person sent me this pic of me at Speakers’ Corner. Teaching the Bible to Christians is one of my specialities 🙂
As a Muslim this is why I will not be voting in the forthcoming General Election in the U.K. on 12th December 2019: It is haram. Put very simply: 1) Legislation belongs to Allah alone and is sovereign. 2) Thus… Read More ›
Filmed on Sunday at Speakers’ Corner: defending the honour of Adnan Rashid & the serious failures of dawah carriers
“Paper Boy Calls Out Adnan Rashid In Light of Recent Legal Charges Against A SC Camera Man” – and my response. Part 2: