A Christian professor of Islamic history at Oxford University as written a brief, but fascinating case of Islamic multi-faith acceptance, by highlighting a case of a Christian seeking a divorce and preferring Islamic courts to Christian courts (which were permitted under the Islamic Caliphate system). This is an […]
After some recent debates, there’s been a lot of renewed interest in the activity of debating and discussions as part of sharing Islam (and critically engaging speakers from other worldviews). Over the course of many years, a hilarious and useful shorthand of vocabulary has built up – mostly […]
Not so long ago in Western history, slavery was a brutal practice that saw humans put in chains, abused, murdered with impunity and left to die when no longer useful. Slavery was used to provide a key backbone in European economic exploitation of the ‘new world’ and colonies […]
On the 24th February 2017, MDI’s Abdullah al Andalusi presented a very profound lecture on the topic ‘Do We God?’. In the lecture, Abdullah discusses how humans don’t just need God to justify morality, but how our very existence cannot continue without Him.
On 11th September 2015, at the University of Sydney, Australia I participated in a debate on the existence of God with the highly esteemed Professor Peter Slezak. The title of the debate was ‘Did God create Man, or did Man create god?’. The debate hit upon many points, including modern […]