Introduction And so, by now quite insane, he conceived the strangest notion that ever took shape in a madman’s head, considering it desirable and necessary, both for the increase of his honour and for the common good, to become a knight errant, and to travel about the world with his armour and his arms and his horse in search of adventures, and to practise all those activities that he knew from his… Read More
This is a response by Dr. David Jalajel to criticisms of his paper found in Daniel Haqiqatjou’s “review”. For further clarification, please refer to Dr. Jalajel’s podcast on the subject. I wish to discuss some confusion that has been circulating through social media, alleging that my article describes Adam (peace be upon him) as a “myth”, or alternatively, that it claims Adam is supposed to be taken allegorically. Nothing can be further… Read More
Research Fellow Asadullah Ali gives a pragmatic look at atheism, particularly focusing on 3 areas of doubt in today’s world: the problem of evil, the problem of representation, and the problem of belief. Visit http://www.yaqeeninstitute.org for more videos and full access to all research publications. Join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @yaqeeninstitute!
The Mad Mamluks were gracious enough to interview me in November 2017 about my first paper for Yaqeen Institute, “The Structure of Scientific Productivity in Islamic Civilization: Orientalis’ Fables”