What is a thing? Philosophers have been pondering the question, but no real answers are forthcoming.
43.1 | Ignorance
In his contribution to the anthology Progressive Muslims, the perceptive Ebrahim Moosa suggests that we need to ask some ‘uncomfortable questions’ about Islam.
The town of Wytheville in rural southwest Virginia looks like the mythic American ‘Main Street’ studding the discourse of American political actors and media during campaign season.
Many questions have kept me from the release and peace that follows my head hitting the pillow at night. More recently, I have spent many a twilight hour pondering if Russian President Vladimir Putin has ever read Sylvia Plath.
A short story by Tam Hussein.
Earlier this month, I received a notification from Twitter congratulating me on my ten-year anniversary as a member. The email featured an image depicting balloons, party hats, a cake and virtual exploding fireworks.
For over a hundred and thirty years the house of Mary in Ephesus (modern day Selcuk in Turkey) has been a place of pilgrimage for Christians and Muslims.