Jesus and Muhammad in Western Scholarship
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!
Women and Gender in the Qur’an with Dr. Celene Ibrahim
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VIDEO HIGHLIGHT: Not only does Revd Professor Keith Ward say Muhammad was a genuine prophet of God but nearly ALL of his Christian theologian colleagues think so too!
Keith Ward discussed his work with Paul Williams of Blogging Theology.The discussion covered the gospels, Jesus, God, the early Church, and was a Muhammad a prophet of God. Keith Ward FBA is an English Anglican priest, philosopher, and theologian. He… Read More ›
Revd Professor Keith Ward in discussion with Blogging Theology
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.
The Metatron and Qur’an 9:30: an academic understanding
I read from ‘A History of the Jews of Arabia: From Ancient Times to Their Eclipse Under Islam’ by Gordon Darnell Newby, pages 59-61. Qur’an 9:30: The Jews say: “Ezra (‘Uzair) is Allah’s son,” and the Christians say: “The Messiah… Read More ›
NEW: Was Jesus crucified? What does the Qur’an actually say?
I discuss surah 4 verse 157 in its context and how its interpretation has been the subject of vigorous debate among Muslims for centuries. I read from ‘The Crucifixion and the Qur’an: A Study in the History of Muslim Thought’… Read More ›
NEW: What must we do to be saved? The Bible’s two different answers examined.
1) Acts 16: 29-31The jailer asked, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” They replied, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved – you and your household.” 2) The Gospel of Mark chapter 10: 17-22As he… Read More ›
Why is there no “historical criticism” of the Qur’an as there is of the Bible?
Also, who do Muslims hesitate to “adapt” the Qur’an to the needs of the modern age?
Terrorism is to Jihad as Adultery is to Marriage
Sheikh Surkheel Abu Aaliyah writes: This is a brief overview of what Islam has to say about jihad, terrorism and the sanctity of human life. It bases itself, not on the need to please policy makers or the powers to… Read More ›
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 ›