Husayn, the grandson of Muhammad: contemporary reflections on the struggle for justice

Great religious figures do not belong to a particular religion, time or place.  Their examples have something to offer to all humankind at all times and places.  Such a figure is the grandson of Prophet Muhammad, Husayn ibn Ali, the martyr of Karbala.  In this short book, his life and example are unfolded in sections with each accompanied by points for discussion and reflection.  Click here to be taken to the text.

Understanding Islam courses: autumn 2019

Understanding Islam courses: autumn 2019

11-13 September: 0930-1600: The three-day course is available in SW London

8-17 November: Various Basics and Follow-up days will be held in Sheffield and surrounding towns

18 November: 0930-1600: One-day ‘Basics’ course held at Kingston Guildhall, SW London

20 November: 1000-1600: Annual SW London Follow-up Day: “Muslim views of Christianity”, Richmond Library Annex, Quadrant Road, Richmond, TW9 1DH

Please note the change of location for 20th November

For more details and to register for any courses, please contact Chris Hewer at [email protected]

Offers to host courses in other locations always most welcome.

Exploring a Christian incarnational approach

Many Christian people have told me that they know in their hearts that people of other faiths and those who profess no faith live godly lives and that their relationship with the one and only God is manifest in their lives. There is almost a sense of guilt: “But how can I believe that as a Christian? How can I make sense of what I know to be true whilst being faithful to my Christian belief?”  One way to work with this question is contained in ‘Exploring a Christian incarnational approach to the human condition in the context of a theology of followers of other faiths and none’.

Approaching Christian-Muslim Education

As two faith communities before the one and only God, this should affect the way in which our faith education is done.  How do we seek to hear God speaking to us through the faith and practice of the other?  How does such study of the other faith provoke a reflection on my own?  By thus ‘Approaching Christian-Muslim Education’, it should become both a theological and spiritual deepening of my own faith as well as an exploration of the other.