“For, without obligation, there is no responsibility and without responsibility, there can be no return of justice, whence chaos, disorder and anarchy, not just de facto, but de jure, according to the so-called moral principle itself.” — M. A. Draz, ‘The Moral World of the Qur’an’.
From our regular Saturday class after Fajr Club, “Islam In-depth“, Imam Marc continues with M. A. Draz’s work, “The Moral World of the Qur’an“.
From the Saturday morning class, Islam In-Depth. an introduction to M. A. Draz’s “The Moral World of the Qur’an” [download].
A reflection on Surah al-Furqan and how it warns us from “when in Rome do as the Romans”.
In this Fajr Club session, Imam Marc leads a discussion on how the collapse of meaning has led to, amongst many things, the inability of people today to navigate and experience all aspects of human existence, especially grief and pain, as he continues his class, “Islam In-depth”.
In this episode of the Middle Ground Podcast, Imam Marc discusses “frameworks” in the Fajr Club class, “Islam In-depth”.