A Muslim Response to ‘A Muscat Manifesto’ by Aref Ali Nayed. Jointly published with the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme (University of Cambridge)
With Foreword by The Rev’d Dr Sarah Coakley and Opening Address by H. E. Sheikh Abdullah bin Muhammad al Salmi.
On Wednesday 21st October, Dr Aref Nayed delivered a keynote speech at the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme at the University of Cambridge. In this seminal lecture, Dr. Nayed, in his response to Professor David Ford’s Muscat Manifesto, charts a robust and penetrating theology of compassion that revives the traditional science of Islamic theology and charts a way forward for a rich and mutually engaging interaction among the Abrahamic religions.