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The roots of our environmental crisis are often neglected because, were they to be considered, our worldviews and manners of living would necessarily have to change.
We often understand philosophy as secular and rational and faith as transcendent and irrational. But are the two really separate?
Muslims of the past always tolerated permanent disagreement even about versions of religious truth. Can modern Muslims recapture this tradition?
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?
Can religious traditions help us see what is most mysterious in what is most ordinary?
The divorce between Athena and Medina explains much of what went wrong in the Muslim world.
To secure the kind of religious freedoms Muslims desire, we must revisit Muslim commitment to religious pluralism and shared obedience to sovereign powers.
The principle of non-contradiction—that the same thing cannot both be and not be— is routinely denied in modern thought, but this rejection never confronts its real authority.
Speech may be for communication, but when the soul speaks to itself, who is communicating with whom?
When we resist the dehumanizing forces of war, we can see the sacred in all human beings.
If we let it, the modern world can alter our fiţrah, or the perfection of our natural disposition. But the path to restoring harmony with our natures may be easier than we think.
A thought-provoking conversation with Chris Hedges, Zaid Shakir, and Hamza Yusuf about hope, despair, and the future of our nation.
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?
Scripture and science, taken together, can lead believers to rethink our understanding of when life begins, of the miracle of revelation, and most certainly of abortion.
Does habitual exposure to digital images destroy the stillness of heart required for seeing God within our soul?