A New Guide, with Select Translations
In the decade since 9/11, it seems as though every trade publisher and university press has brought forth a guide to the Qur’an for the perplexed. Carl Ernst eschews the usual method for books of this sort.
This debut novel features ten-year-old Hayat Shah, a first-generation Pakistani American, who is attempting to find his identity as a Muslim.
Christians would be outraged if they learned of
Muslims burning the Bible. Muslims have an even greater reverence for
their holy book.
This post by GetReligion editor Terry Mattingly is
a classic specimen of the genre: some great media criticism, with sprinkled
asides of conservative boilerplate.
Following the attacks of 9/11, the congregation I serve became aware that though it has a longstanding relationship with a nearby synagogue, it has had no ongoing connection with Muslims.
The art of Islamic calligraphy
For Muslims, the Qur’an is revered as God’s own art.