Faith & Practice
Why the Polarization Concerning Islam and Violence? Carter Smith Few questions regarding Islam are as salient to current events and public discourse as the relationship between Islam and violence, and few questions are as polarizing. Outsiders looking into the… Read Article
Many Muslim theologians consider Jesus Christ the most important aspect of Islamic eschatology.¹ In fact, Jesus is connected with eight…
The world’s Muslims fall into two major camps, Sunni and Shia, sometimes likened to Christianity’s Catholics and Protestants. But the…
The Qur’an presents itself as the Bible’s sequel and always refers to the biblical Torah (al-tawrat), Psalms (al-zabur) and New…
In post 9/11 anti-Muslim discourse, taqiyya has been redefined as a religious obligation for Muslims to lie to non-Muslims not simply for…