God has given the Abrahamic family a window of opportunity to advance beyond sibling rivalry in the direction of fraternal cooperation.
Can religious traditions help us see what is most mysterious in what is most ordinary?
How four Qur’anic aspects of humanity combine to make man a distinctive creation.
Many intellectuals believe Islamophobia is a form of racism, but the ultimate presuppositions embedded in this view are antithetical not only to Islam but to religion as such.
Is it possible that there are times when our words more faithfully reflect God’s truth because they do not conform or correspond to what happens to be the case?
In our age of rage and reason, we must examine the implications of the God of Abraham remaining silent, even in the face of widespread rejection.
God’s speech is real, true, and authoritative; the speech of anything else, in and of itself, is unreal, false, and unreliable.
In an ancient world teeming with competing tribal deities, the monotheism of the Jews was distinctive. Was it merely an accident of history that they didn’t spread their faith?
The blues is neither African nor Islamic—rather, it’s an African American creation shaped by some of the most enduring contributions of West African Muslims to American culture.
Only narratives can ensure our ethics take both intention and circumstance into account.
Zaid Shakir, Francisco Nahoe, and Oludamini Ogunnaike engage in a public conversation on the legacy of colonialism in today's educational system.
As truth seekers, we shield ourselves from sophistry through practiced skepticism. But by wielding the weapon of incredulity, could there be another evil that we unwittingly invite?
We often understand philosophy as secular and rational and faith as transcendent and irrational. But are the two really separate?