What is the relationship between theology and philosophy of religion? Helen De Cruz (Assistant Professor of Philosophy, VU University of Amsterdam), Kevin Hector (Professor of Theology and Philosophy of Religion, University of Chicago Divinity School), Alan Torrance (Professor of Systematic Theology, University of St. Andrews) discuss this question.
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I’m doing a pre-release review of “Answering Jihad” by Ex-Muslim Nabeel Qureshi.
Islam is ultimately what the Quran says. Virtually all Muslims must acknowledge that. The problem is that Islam is both good verses and bad verses and Muslims select what they want Islam to be and overlook the conflicting truth claims. This is because Muhammad was both extremes. Loving in Medina until he was persecuted. Then 86 raids, some provoked and some unprovoked, while in Mecca over his last nine years of his 23 total years as Islam’s founder.
Is Islam a religion of peace or a religion of violence? Sadly, it is both. And that is why Muslims are fleeing Muslims and seeking refuge from predominantly Christian countries.