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Liberal Islam Polemic: A response

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Fri, 11 April 2014, 7.30 - 10.30 pm | English
Abdul Halim Abdul Karim

talk

Fees: $15 per pax (notes will be provided)

Of late, a movement calling itself Liberal Islam has come to the fore to challenge traditional mainstream ideas about the Islamic creed (Aqidah), about the proper relationship between Islam and other religions, about how the Qur'an needs to be understood and re-interpreted to make it more relevant to the times and about how Islam needs to be reformed to meet present challenges.

While these ideas seem appealing to some Muslims who are trying to find ways to argue that Islam is still relevant for modern times, Liberal Islam represents a viewpoint, which in fact goes against many of the precepts and fundamentals of Islam as a complete and comprehensive way of life.

This talk would briefly identify and analyse the principles behind the Islam Liberal movement providing some context from which this movement sprang vis-à-vis the development of ideas in Islamic thought.

This talk will suggest that Muslims in Singapore need to be wary, not only of the ideas propounded by Liberal Islam but also be cognizant of the implications of these ideas insofar as they undermine the Islamic Aqidah so treasured by the world's ummah.

Register online via http://bit.ly/1f9zVa8
Strictly RSVP as seats are limited.
Registration closes on 7 Apr 2014.

Details

Location:
150 Changi Road #02-01A Guthrie Bldg S419973 (opposite Darul Aman mosque, near Eunos MRT station)

Location

Guthrie Building

150 Changi Road Guthrie Building #02-02 Singapore 419973

Organisers

Abdul Halim Abdul Karim

Speakers

Abdul Halim Abdul Karim

Abdul Halim has a very multidisciplinary background that encapsulates the Hard Sciences, the ...

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