Nazir-Ali, Michael, 2012, Triple Jeopardy for the West: aggressive secularism, radical Islamism and multiculturalism

Nazir-Ali, Michael, 2012, Triple Jeopardy for the West: aggressive secularism, radical Islamism and multiculturalism, Bloomsbury, London, 195pp, £10.99, pb
Synopsis
Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali considers the impact that aggressive secularism, radical Islamism and multiculturalism are having on the Western world, and particularly Britain. He argues that, because of the rejection of the Judeo-Christian foundations which have shaped so much of the national narrative, […]

Ratliff, Walter, 2011, Christians and Muslims at the Epicenter: how the Sept. 11th attacks shook and transformed American Evangelicalism

Ratliff, Walter, 2011, Christians and Muslims at the Epicenter: how the Sept. 11th attacks shook and transformed American Evangelicalism, Agilis Press, 216pp, £6.56, pb
Synoposis
This helpful, well-researched book examines the responses of American evangelical Christians to Islam and Muslims both before and after the traumatic events of 11th September 2001.  It discovers that evangelicalism is no more monolithic than the Muslim […]

Gushee, David (ed.), 2013, Evangelical Peacemakers: Gospel engagement in a war-torn world

Gushee, David (ed.), 2013, Evangelical Peacemakers: Gospel engagement in a war-torn world,  Wipf & Stock, Eugene, OR, 150pp, £12, pb
Synopsis
This volume, edited by Dr David Gushee, Director of the Center for Faith and Public Life at Mercer University in Georgia, USA, is a collection of papers presented at the ‘Summit on Christian Moral Responsibility in the Twenty-first Century’ sponsored by […]

#4Ramadan

RAMADAN DIARIES
During Ramadan Channel 4 aired the Muslim call to prayer every day at 3 am. The broadcaster also hosted a series of documentaries entitled ‘Ramadan Diaries; reflecting on what life is like for British Muslims observing the religious festival. In the first programme of the series, former professional Rugby league player Rashid Khan journeyed across Britain asking […]

Having Faith, in Faith.

Learning to have Faith, in Faith

A former pupil of mine from when I taught in Malaysia, Marina Mahathir, has written a perceptive and interesting — in her words — ‘musing’ on having more faith, in faith. The article is posted below, but copied from the website Sisters in Islam. 
It is when we share an experience together that we are brought […]