An academic journal by Zaytuna College, a Muslim liberal arts college in California, in which influential scholars, theologians, and writers collaborate to produce reliable essays that address key moral questions and debates on topics such as philosophy, ethics, theology, politics, social-sciences, and history.
Avoiding the traps of sensational political exposes and specialized scholarly Orientalism, Carl Ernst introduces readers to the profound spiritual resources of Islam while clarifying diversity and debate within the tradition.
Based on legend yet rooted in real historical events, The Burning Boats is an exhilarating story pertaining to the actual moments leading to and following through the conquest of Spain in the year 711CE.
This book should be required reading for teachers and students of the overlaps between religion, politics, identity and culture in Political Science, Religious Studies/Theology, Middle East/ Islamic Studies, International Relations, Counter-Terrorism.
This treatise, authored by al-Ḥabīb 'Umar Bin Ḥafīz, a master of the inward and outward sciences of Islam, is a timely and significant contribution to the field of Fiqh al-Da'wa (the principles of calling people to Allah).