1. Can a Prophet be a warlord? What does the Messiah say according to the New Testament? What about the Prophets before? 2. The Western and Eastern Christian understanding of warfare 3. Was Islam spread by the sword? 4. Where does the expression “religion of peace” come from? 5. The separation between religion and politics (“church and state”) 6. Is there a “civil war” between Sunnis and Shias? 7. Were the Crusades an act of self-defense?
Al-Hajj Abu Ja'far al-Hanbali has translated several Arabic works into English and has been teaching Islamic sciences, including theology ('itiqaad), law (fiqh), commentary on the Qur'an (tafseer), and recitation and memorisation of the Qur'an (tajweed and hifdh), for approximately two decades:
The leftist call for "diversity" is not just wrong, but downright racist
Jordan Peterson explains:
And Thomas Sowell:
In short, the differences between groups are not as great as the differences within groups. The belief that diversity in any context can be achieved merely by selecting people from different racial backgrounds, for example, can only stem from the assumption that all members of any given racial background are inevitably the same and are wholly distinct from the people of every other racial background.