Lectures on Religion

Jonathan Brown – The Religious Dimension of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Religious Politics in the Middle East: The Religious Dimension of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A discussion with honored guests Led by: Alon Ben-Meir, New York University

Warren Clark, Executive Director, Churches for Middle East Peace

Patrick Theros, US Ambassador to Qatar (1995-1998)

Rabbi Charles Feinberg, Adas Israel

Jonathan Brown, Georgetown University

Zaid Shakir – Defending Religion In A Time Of Atheism

Imam Zaid Shakir discusses how Muslims can address the questioning of most fundamental creed of their faith – Belief in the Existence of One God.

Abdul Nasir Jangda – Religion and Education: The Struggle for an Identity

One of the unique struggles of our generation is the tension that arises with attempting to reconcile technological developments and our secular education with our religious education and spiritual development. Sh. Abdul Nasir Jangda helps us understand the balance between the two spheres of knowledge.

Abdal Hakim Murad – Love and Speech

Loving God and Neighbor in Word and Deed: Implications for Christians and Muslims

Zaid Shakir – Islam, Secularism, and Modernity

Imam Zaid Shakir discusses secularism in light of Islam.

Zaid Shakir – Tinkering with Religion in the Garage

Modern societies have become fundamentalist in their secularism and have effectively banned religion from the public square. Religion has been relegated to the status of a personal hobby, to be practiced behind closed doors. Does public morality suffer as a result? Is religious morality inherently divisive and disruptive as many believe?

Hamza Yusuf – Limits of Allegiance

Limits of Allegiance – American Muslim: Oxymoron or Apple Pie? Featuring Michael Krasny, Zaid Shakir & Hamza Yusuf

Hamza Yusuf – Religious Freedom: Why Now? Defending an Embattled Human Right

This event celebrated the rollout of a new book, Religious Freedom: Why Now? Defending an Embattled Human Right, authored by RFP Associate Director Timothy Shah, under the auspices of the Witherspoon Institute’s Task Force on International Religious Freedom, chaired by RFP Director Thomas Farr. The event was co-sponsored by the Religious Freedom Project and the Witherspoon Institute. The keynote address was delivered by Robert P. George of Princeton University. Panels featured a wide range of participants, including noted Muslim scholar Sheikh Hamza Yusuf.

Hamza Yusuf – Does God Love War?

Hamza Yusuf Opening Remarks for Does God Love War? The Fine Line Between Faith and Fanaticism | Recorded in Berkeley, California, on March 12, 2006 Playlist contains 3 videos.

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