Secular Democracy, is viewed as the political ideology to solve every issue and advocated after colonialism in every nation by Western government. But has most democracies been success stories of transparent, tolerant and peaceful countries? Is there a non-Secular alternative solution that might yield better results? Does Islam offer a more […]
Debate Topic: ‘What’s the point of believing in God?’ Venue: Theatre R, Newman Building, University College Dublin Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm Speakers: Dan Deasy, Lecturer and Assistant Professor in Philosophy at University College Dublin. Scott Evans, Anglican Chaplain at University College Dublin. Katherine Beirne, speaker for Atheism, Secularism and Humanism. Abdullah Al-Andalusi, co-founder of the […]
Cheltenham Council (UK) have organised a public discussion, where the audience asks questions, challenges and debates a guest speaker. The format is moderated by a host, who will facilitate the audience debate.
Event Description: Currently there is a intense public debate about the need for Islamic reformation amongst politicians, academics, activists and the public at large because of apparent contradictions between Islamic beliefs, values, laws, Democracy, Liberalism, Human Rights and modernity in general. A cross panel of experts will discuss […]