Tag Archives: Koran

Reading Lessons

To say that Muslims tend to have an exalted view of the Koran is, to say the least, an understatement. As the Economist explains: But when it comes to parsing holy writ, there is one big difference between Islam and … Continue reading

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Literal reductiveness, angelic and demonic

Sean, our resident Islam expert who advised me to go meet those Muslims whom I’ve never met, said something which caught my attention below: “What Islam is as a realized matter” is also a lot broader than “they support terrorists … Continue reading

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Long Overdue

This is a post I put up on the Corner the other day, but which I thought could be of interest here too… Via Jeff Black: A team of researchers at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences is preparing to bring … Continue reading

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