Theological Conversations

In light of all the political instability in the Middle East, Professor Gabriel Said Reynolds of Notre Dame gives us some good theological understanding of ISIS as an apocalyptic vision of Islam. The following articles by Professor Reynolds can help us understand more about this turmoil in the Middle East.

Recommended articles and resources:

“My research is focused on the study of the Quran in general and the relationship of the Quran to the Bible in particular…. A secondary area of research is the relationship between Muslims and Christians through the centuries, including theology, culture and politics.”

ISIS’ apocalyptic vision of Islam

Why ISIS enslaves: It’s a religious thing

Jesus the Muslim Hippie

“I Am A Christian, And I Will Remain A Christian”: What We Can Learn From Meriam Ibrahim

Evangelizing Islam


Articles on this blog : Good videos in this blog post.

Recommended books:

Ishmael Instructs Isaac: An Introduction to the Qur’an for Bible Readers (Connections)

The Bible and the Qur’an

111 Questions on Islam: Samir Khalil Samir on Islam and the West

Muslims Ask, Christians Answer

Dialogue and Difference: Clarity in Christian-Muslim Relations (Faith Meets Faith Series)

The Story of Christianity

The Emergence of Islam: Classical Traditions in Contemporary Perspective | Fortress Press

Finally, please see this video: