With God on Our Side? Islam and the Question of Pluralism
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?
How does the “radical other”—the unbeliever, and not merely the wayward Abrahamic cousin—figure in Islamic discourses on toleration and coercion?
Islam contains teachings that clearly argue against the most important elements of nationalism.
Does habitual exposure to digital images destroy the stillness of heart required for seeing God within our soul?
To many, Islamic art can speak more profoundly and clearly than even the written word. Is it wiser then for Muslims to show, not to tell?
How widespread misuse of the term “jihad” creates confusion and misunderstanding about a core concept in Islam.
Eva Brann, the longest-serving tutor of St. John’s College, asserts that learning how to read could be the practical purpose of liberal education.
"People have altogether somehow lost that the true nature of man is the fiţrah, which is the sanctified state."