Mona Siddiqui, professor of Islamic studies, New College, University of Edinburgh

And in the Big News today from a Faith Perspective, my son, the doctor.

In other news, one of the nice bits of the Koran says, be patient and don’t be sad.

12 thoughts on “Mona Siddiqui, professor of Islamic studies, New College, University of Edinburgh

    1. I went out for a bike ride this morning and passed a chapel that had a notice up announcing that services were suspended for the time being. I wondered why, if God craves being worshipped so much, why was he preventing his followers from doing so?

      Also, hello to Mona, usually one of the most thoughtful speakers on TftD. Only the second speaker to comment here as far as I am aware.

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      1. “Only the second speaker to comment here as far as I am aware.”

        Daniel Greenberg, Giles Fraser and Vishvapani have commented in the past. There have also been several that I suspect have left comments anonymously.

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  1. Thank you Peter for wishing my son well – it’s much appreciated. I have followed this website for years as I’m sure you all probably know and while many of the comments here are brutally funny, in my case, they focus my mind on trying to say something useful!

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    1. Thank you for what you have to say on TFTD. We come from different sides of one specific argument, but it is always good to see how much is shared beyond that argument. I would say that more than any other contributor, your Thoughts demonstrate this very nicely.

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