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Just as there are cultural narratives with respect to science, there is a cultural narrative with respect to Islam. Darío Fernández-Morera explains it well, “What economist call ‘stakeholder interests and incentives,’ which affects the research of academics in the humanities no less and perhaps even more than those in the sciences…Perhaps it has to do with what psychologists call ‘motivational blindness,’ which inhibits an individual’s ability to perceive inconvenient data. Perhaps it has to do with the ‘innocence of intellectuals.’ Perhaps it is simply the result of shoddy research by a number of university professors repeated by many journalists.”


Daily Answers

From the Complete Bible Answer Book

Is the Allah of Islam the God of the Bible? Long before Muhammad was born, Arabic Christians already were referring to God as Allah—and millions continue to do so today. The Allah of Islam, however, is definitely not the God of the Bible. For while Muslims passionately defend the unity of God, they patently deny […]

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