This study explores how the Qur’an comments on the relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims as it evolves from the earliest Meccan to the latest Medinan periods of Muhammad’s ministry.Read More
CMCS brings Muslims and Christians together to relate honestly, think rigorously, and explore our respective traditions and religious texts, through teaching and research, discussion and public education.
Tuesday, 22nd October
Steadfastness in God’s Way: frameworks of religious practice in the lives of contemporary Tablighis and Franciscans
Dr Riyaz Timol
Research Associate in British Muslim Studies, Cardiff University
17th-24th August 2020
More than your usual inter-faith encounter!
Read our latest CMCS book review contributed by Dr Martin Whittingham: The Making of the Medieval Middle East: religion, society and simple believers by Jack Tannous, assistant professor of history at Princeton University.
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