As a male person of Muslim background (Bosnian Muslim by birth) and as someone who came of age around the time of 9/11, I have sought ways to understand my faith that is affirmative of Goodness and Love as well as open to potential goodness and love in every human being. This search set me off on a journey that eventually had me embark upon a career in academia and come to dedicate much of it to the theorising of progressive Islam. The fruits of this labour of love include two books, the second of which, the Imperatives of Progressive Islam was published in early 2017. In no small measure was my journey inspired and influenced by the wonderful work done by Tikkun and the Network of Spiritual Progressives that I became acquainted with some ten years ago while researching on progressive Islam....
Progressive Islam: Reawakening Authenticity
dr. adis duderija is a lecturer in Islam and Society, in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith University. His research expertise are in contemporary Islam and western Muslims identity construction.
Adis Duderija; Progressive Islam: Reawakening Authenticity. Tikkun 1 January 2018; 33 (1-2): 66–70. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/08879982-4354510
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