The words with which the Qur’an begins open us to understanding this holy Book of Islam and through it Islam, […]
Religious Pluralism Starting the topic of religious Pluralism, Professor Diana Eck talks about reaching our comfort zones by first acknowledging our […]
Islamic Calligraphy In this lecture Professor Muhammad Zakariya of John Carroll University speaks on Islamic and Arabic Calligraphy and the […]
This interview with Dr. Mohammed Faghfoory revolves around Sufism and Tasawwuf, primarily based on the readings and teachings of Mevlana […]
Dr. Diana Steigerwald’s first two books analyzed the works of al-Shahrastani (1086-1153) who is recognized as an influential Muslim theologian […]
The Islamic Landscape ranges widely over the Islamic world in geography from India to Morocco and in time from the early […]
Islam is a religion of reason and logic, hence its acceptance of concrete scientific information, but theories that conflict with […]
In Islam, an individuals life after death or their Hereafter, is very closely shaped by their present life.