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2 Muslims & A Priest (Arabic Subtitles) | قِسِّيسٌ و إثْنَيْنِ مِنَ المُسْلِمين (مترجم الى العربية)
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2 Muslims & A Priest (Arabic Subtitles) | قِسِّيسٌ و إثْنَيْنِ مِنَ المُسْلِمين (مترجم الى العربية)

SHIA STUDIES IN THE ACADEMIC WORLD | The SAN Podcast #12 ———————————————————————— Christopher Clohessy is a South African Catholic priest who holds a BST from the Pontifical Urbanianum University in Rome, and a PhD from the Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies (PISAI), also in Rome. Two of his recent Gorgias Press publications, Fâṭima, Daughter of Muhammad and Half of My Heart, led to his being named the "Distinguished Scholar of Shia Studies" in the Islamic Republic of Iran's 28th World Book Awards (2020). He is at present a resident faculty member of PISAI, lecturing there in Shīʿī Islamic studies, Qurʾān and Islamic Ethics, and is visiting lecturer at the Pontifical Beda College in Rome, where he lectures in Fundamental Theology, Ecclesiology and Mariology. His latest book, Angels Hastening:The Karbalāʾ Dreams ,was published by Gorgias Press in November 2021. Sajjad Rizvi is associate professor of Islamic intellectual history and director of the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter, where he is also involved in the Centre for the Study of Islam. His research interests include the intellectual history of the Safavid-Mughal period, as well as Qur'anic exegesis and textual hermeneutics. Rizvi did post-graduate work at the Institute of Ismaili Studies and previously taught at the University of Bristol. His publications include The Spirit and the Letter: Approaches to the Esoteric Interpretation of the Qurʾan (2016, ed. with Annabel Keeler), Mulla Sadra and the Later Islamic Philosophical Tradition (2010), An Anthology of Qurʾanic Commentaries Volume I: On the Nature of the Divine (2008, ed. with Feras Hamza and Farhana Mayer), and Mulla Sadra Shirazi: His Life, Works and Sources for Safavid Philosophy (2007). Rizvi received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Oxford and his Ph.D. from Cambridge. ——————————————————————— Subscribe now to Sayed Ammar’s official online platform, consisting of bespoke courses, exclusive content, brand new podcasts & more! https://www.sayedammar.com