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Free Interfaith Series on Economic Justice
The excellent Institute for Christian, Jewish, & Muslim Studies in Baltimore is offering a free online series on economic justice this February. A four week series on Thursday evenings, this series will grapple with questions like “when is a society … Continue reading
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Cosman on Maimonides On Asthma
…Maimonides’s treatise On Asthma. Inspired by Greek texts, it was written in Arabic in the 12th century by a Jewish physician for an Islamic patron, and translated to the Western world in Latin by Christian scholars. Thanks to its remarkable … Continue reading
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I’m pleased to see Chally has begun this series of interviews with Feminists of Faith: Nahida , a Muslim feminist. The interview questions explore the formation of one’s identity as a feminist and a person of faith, the relationship between … Continue reading
Jameelah Medina writes of her experience I have often stated that I went to sleep as an African American woman on September 10  and woke up Muslim on 9/11. It may seem odd to say this since I am … Continue reading
What do we mean by “God”?
I was privileged to attend both a seminar and a public lecture by Dr. Miroslav Volf last week, and I’ll be posting bits about them periodically as I have time. The topic of his lecture was “Do Muslims and Christians … Continue reading
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