It’s the world’s second-largest and fastest-growing faith. It’s been part of the United States since before there was a United States. By 2100, one out of every three people will be connected to its legacy. But despite all that, Islam remains a mystery to many Americans. Join author Haroon Moghul as he explains why it’s been so hard for so many Americans, including American Muslims, to make sense of Islam. He’ll explore Islam’s core beliefs, like monotheism, revelation, and moral agency, and their weird and wonderful consequences, regularly confounding all kinds of analysts, commentators, and even Muslims themselves.
Register for this free virtual event at the West Hartford Public Library.