Sacred Freedom – Western Liberalist Ideologies in the Light of Islam Sacred Freedom contains a concise and frank examination of the legitimacy of atheism, humanism, pluralism, democracy and secularism as guiding ideologies for humankind. Discussing the consequences of a pluralistic… Read More ›
“The modern Westerner, persuaded that he has a right to “think for himself” and imagining that he exercises this right, is unwilling to acknowledge that his every thought has been shaped by cultural and historical influences and that his opinions… Read More ›
Everyone is a cradle Muslim. The mysterium iniquitatis is a post-natal complication, not a genetic fault.
When westerners, while paying lip-service to the spiritual aspects of Islam, denounce the Islamic social system… they are acting true to form. The imperial tradition did not expire in the 1950s. It changed its focus, and the triumphant civilization still… Read More ›
I have found this to be true!
Br. Abu Ayoub, Br. Aqil and myself have a solemn discussion on the news regarding Nabeel Qureishi’s cancer. We offer advice, help and prayers for everyone involved. One of the most prominent teachings in Islam focuses on mercy, and for… Read More ›
As we have seen again, recently.
Person A: I am done with seat-belts. They’re a waste of time. Person B: What? Are you crazy?! A: Not at all. Wearing a seat-belt is just symbolic, an empty ritual, some would even say a “performance of piety” to… Read More ›
Jonathan Feng, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at University of California Irvine, discusses the limits of scientific knowledge at The Veritas Forum at Caltech.
A sobering (if secular) look at the Reasons to Remember Death