Interfaith Academic Dialogue: For the Love of Tomorrow
Activities include a main annual event titled "For the Love of Tomorrow" with speakers of multiple faiths and a select theme each year.
School students: Growing a Loving Heart
The concept of love in God is vibrant in all Abrahamic faiths. As a Muslim, Hassan Hathout believed that love is the backbone of Islamic faith, and that the mission statement of Islam is summarized in God's words to the prophet "We have sent you for nothing but mercy to the worlds".
Reading the Muslim Mind
Once in a while a book comes along that can reshape the thinking of the world. One person at a time. Reading the Muslim Mind is such a book. Dr. Hassan Hathout starts out from a simple observation a lifetime of biculturalism (the Egyptian-born physician initially resided in Britain and has lived in the U.S. for more than a decade) leads him to note that Islam is widely known in the West for what it is not.
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