Monday, September 25, 2006

Good and Evil in Islamic Theology

Before the 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran, the Empress Farah Pahlavi (the Shah's wife) appointed Seyyed Hossein Nasr to head the Imperial Iranian Academy of Philosophy. The revolution, of course, forced Nasr to emigrate to the United States. Here he discusses the nature of good and evil in Islam, comparing it with that of Christianity.  Click here to listen...

3 comments:

irving said...

Ramadan Mubarak! And thank you for bringing the words of Prof. Nasr to us :)

Ya Haqq!

Sadiq M. Alam said...

Saalams.

thanks a lot for linking me.

and also for this lecture. i hope to link it in my blog in the near future, Inshallah.

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