Live Radio: The Crucifixion with Voice of Islam UK

Last week, I joined the Voice of Islam UK once more as a guest on their live radio programme, The Breakfast Show. We discussed archaeological and historical evidence of Christ’s crucifixion as well as the role of Pontius Pilate in Christ’s passion. With me sharing a Christian’s perspective, we certainly had much to speak aboutContinue reading “Live Radio: The Crucifixion with Voice of Islam UK”

Discussing U.N. World Interfaith Harmony Week with Voice of Islam UK

In this podcast, I am interviewed by the gracious hosts of Voice of Islam‘s radio programme, The Breakfast Show, about the U.N.’s upcoming World Interfaith Harmony Week (1–7 February). At minute 30, they provide an overview of Islam’s perspectives on peace, emphasizing a universal message of harmony and brotherhood. From minutes 43 to 56, IContinue reading “Discussing U.N. World Interfaith Harmony Week with Voice of Islam UK”

Essay: How should Biden approach international religious freedom?

The Berkley Forum at Georgetown University has published a short essay I wrote in response to their latest editorial roundtable. They ask: how should the Biden administration approach international religious freedom? In my essay, I explore how U.S. foreign policy can be improved if we reimagine religion as a moral virtue. Read the full essayContinue reading “Essay: How should Biden approach international religious freedom?”