Muslim-Christian Views of One Another – Abdal Hakim Murad

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This lecture is part 4 of a complete series of 8 lectures entitled “Understanding Islam”. To play each session press the play icon or scroll through them using the NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons below.

1) The Five Pillars of Islam
2) Sunnah, Shari’ah, Sectarianism and Ijtihad
3) Scriptural Links Between Judaism, Christianity and Islam
4) Muslim-Christian Views of One Another
5) Muslim Theology and Islamic Mysticism – Part 1
6) Muslim Theology and Islamic Mysticism – Part 2
7) The Muslim Influence on Europe and West – Part 1
8) The Muslim Influence on Europe and West – Part 2

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1) The First Christian Book About Islam
2) Medieval Western Views of Islam
3) Present-Day Dialogue Between the Faiths
4) The Understanding of God
5) The Christian Response to the New Image of Jesus the Jew
6) Gender Specificity In Christian and Islamic Theology
7) We Are No Longer Each Other’s Enemy
8) The Qur’anic Use of ‘He’, ‘We’ and ‘Our’?
9) Rahman’ Derived From the Womb?
10) Does Christian Doctrine Explicitly Say God is Male?
11) The Significance of the Black Stone?
12) Is the Hajj Intolerably Overcrowded Today?

In this talk the speaker engages the audience in a discussion of traditional as well as contemporary Christian understandings of Islam and vice-versa. A highly detailed and scholarly look into this very complex subject. Murad’s firm command of the English language, his structured presentation, and his vast knowledge and resources cited make this lecture unparalleled by any of its kind. He concludes this talk by revealing his own observant views of Muslim-Christian relations and the need to move forward in mutual tolerance and respect. (Recorded at the Dar al Islam Teachers’ Institute seminar). Other topics discussed: the black stone, St. Thomas Aquinas’ harsh views of Islam, Ivan The Terrible, William Montgomery Watt, Catholic views, women’s views of a gender-specific God, God as love, and the hajj.

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