Prophet Muhammad has made a prodigious impact on the history of the world and continues to impact the contemporary world. How exactly did he manage to make a difference, and why are his enlightening teachings still germane today? In answering these questions, this talk counteracts the centuries-long Christian polemics demonizing the prophet. It offers a rare sociological overview of his life and enduring legacy and makes the case for Prophet Muhammad’s role as a “liberator” of human beings who ultimately opened the door to a society built upon civic nation building, civil rights, cross-cultural navigation, religious pluralism, and racial equality.
Craig Considine, Senior Lecturer, Rice University; Author of "The Humanity of Muhammad – A Christian View" (Blue Dome Press 2020)
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