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The Han Kitab teaches that the Islam found in the Arabic and Persian books is only one possible way in which the Islamic revelation can be expressed.
Modern philosophers and scientists are committed to the idea of world as machine, and yet they cannot explain language without the immaterial mind.
Speech may be for communication, but when the soul speaks to itself, who is communicating with whom?
Can spiritual philosophy teach us how to pay attention to the effects digital images have on our souls?
Can the measure of human virtue be set by the character—or the names—of God?
How four Qur’anic aspects of humanity combine to make man a distinctive creation.
When we resist the dehumanizing forces of war, we can see the sacred in all human beings.
Social justice is a moral objective that resonates widely, but the Qur’an calls on us to not neglect mercy.
Why a medieval Christian theologian believed humanity, regardless of creed, could unite around a shared ethic.
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?
Why did many Muslim metaphysicians see the universe and all of its contents as alive?
"People have altogether somehow lost that the true nature of man is the fiţrah, which is the sanctified state."
Islam contains teachings that clearly argue against the most important elements of nationalism.
Sacred scriptures certainly qualify as Great Books, but can they be read as literature in secular settings?