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Can the measure of human virtue be set by the character—or the names—of God?
If we keep in mind the limits of our methods, the deepest aspirations of the sciences and the most essential affirmations of theology are irresistibly apposite.
When we resist the dehumanizing forces of war, we can see the sacred in all human beings.
"People have altogether somehow lost that the true nature of man is the fiţrah, which is the sanctified state."
In religious dialogue, are virtue and good manners ultimately as important as, or perhaps more important than, the eloquence of words and the rigor of arguments?
For Jews, Christians, and Muslims confidence in what reason discloses as moral precepts is enriched by God’s act of revealing to us what He requires of us.
How four Qur’anic aspects of humanity combine to make man a distinctive creation.
Science, philosophy, and art have been blown apart, and our conversations have devolved into chaos. How do we begin to learn the art of disagreement?
Why did many Muslim metaphysicians see the universe and all of its contents as alive?
Can spiritual philosophy teach us how to pay attention to the effects digital images have on our souls?