A Muslim & Christian Discuss God and Time

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Paul Williams is an Associate Fellow at the Berkeley Institute for Islamic Studies. He is the creator of Blogging Theology, a YouTube channel that attempts to introduce academic and scholarly content to the subject matter of comparative religion.

In this episode, he discusses the concept of God and Time with two scholars from an Islamic and Christian perspective.

Ramon Harvey is an Aziz Foundation Lecturer in Islamic Studies at Ebrahim College. He is the author of The Qur’an and the Just Society (EUP, 2017). He has published articles in the Journal of Qur’anic StudiesIslamochristiana, and the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law.

R.T. Mullins has a Ph.D. from the University of St Andrews in Scotland. He has published over 30 essays on various topics in philosophical theology related to models of God, philosophy of time, personal identity, the problem of evil, disability theology, the Trinity, and the incarnation. He is the author of, The End of the Timeless God (Oxford University Press, 2016) and God and Emotion (Cambridge University Press, 2020).


  Category: Faith & Spirituality, Highlights, Videos
  Topics: Interfaith
Views: 576

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