With Dialogue Comes UNDERSTANDING
How does Islamic theology inform a Muslim's practice? What do Islam and modern Muslims say about post-Modern issues? This book features actual transcripts of deep conversations on Islamic history, Islamic law and practice, and Islamic theology and philosophy.
Why These Books are SPECIAL
What Would a Muslim Say is a series of books documenting my experiences as an interfaith volunteer. Since 2009, I have facilitated dialogue with many different people, answering questions about Islam and addressing misconceptions. This is the fourth book in the series, covering three long, theological conversations.
The conversations in these books are real dialogues with an atheist (2013), a Philosophy and Religious Studies professor (2015), and a Soul-searcher (2017). This volume showcases many of the post-modern critiques of Islam and the responses to those critiques. In this book, you will learn about:
Salvation and Guidance in Islam
Muhammad and Aisha
The Problem of Evil
Islamic Theology and History
Understanding the Prophetic Traditions
. . . and much more!
Why These Books Matter NOW
These are timely books. There are many questions, fears, and misconceptions about Islam and Muslims. These books can answer questions, build bridges, and promote understanding. If you want to delve into deep topics of Islamic theology, history, practice, and law while maintaining an informal approach that is easy to understand, then this book is for you.