Mohammed Rustom On Philosophical Sufism
Peter Adams is joined by Mohammed Rustom in a discussion about Sufi authors including Ibn 'Arabī, al-Qūnawī, and Rūmī.
Why Beauty Is Not Optional
Ubaydullah Evans engages with Oludamini Ogunnaike on the quiddity of beauty, beauty as it relates to a fuller understanding of God, and the correlation between beauty and spiritual maturity.
What Is the Nature of Being Alone?
Fr. Stephen A. Gregg speaks with Asad Tarsin on the nature of solidtude
Philosophy without God
How should religious philosophers understand the methods and goals of modern philosophy?
The Secret of the Morality Tale
The role of storytelling in Islam's ethical tradition.
The Silent Theology of Islamic Art
To many, the silent theology of Islamic art can speak more profoundly and clearly than the most scholarly works, and its beauty can be more evident and persuasive than the strongest of arguments. The Qur’an is not a set of syllogisms or prosaic rational proofs but a recitation of unmatched linguistic beauty, filled with symbols, stories, metaphors, and poetic phrasing. It was the beauty in artistic expression which inspired many of the earliest conversions to Islam.
Graceful Giving and Grateful Receiving
Asad Tarsin and Joshua Harris exchange ideas about humility as a prerequisite for true gratefulness, Imam al-Ghazālī’s three components of gratitude, and what evolution can’t explain about gratitude.
The Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society
The Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi Society (MIAS) was founded to promote a greater understanding of the work of Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi and his followers.
As of today, there are 115 Podcasts and 29 Videos listed on these pages, recorded at events organized by the Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society.