In this collection of twenty-two Islamic sermons, Khaled Abou El Fadl, distinguished law professor and classically trained Islamic jurist, delivers incisive commentaries on the current state of Islam and the Muslim world from the symbolic pulpit of the Prophet of Islam. Part Qur'anic exegesis and part socio-ethical commentary, this volume showcases the knowledge, enlightenment, and dedication to justice that once propelled the Islamic civilization to great heights of human achievement. It attempts to illuminate the spiritual and ethical path forward for Muslims amid the challenges of injustice, oppression, and the rising tide of Islamophobia in our world.
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About the Author
Dr. Josef Linnhoff holds a PhD in Islamic Studies from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K. His work has been published in The Muslim World, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, and Critical Muslim. He is Editor-in-Chief of Project Illumine: The Light of the Quran, a multi-year project at The Usuli Institute to publish the first English-language Qur'anic commentary in over forty years. Before joining The Usuli Institute, he worked as a Researcher for BBC Monitoring in London.