Faith in Fiction 1: Writing Belief Systems

I deal with religion, magic, faith, or some sort of spiritual belief system in most of my books and quite a few of my short stories. If not the main thread, these form at least a subtle part of the … Continue reading

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Guest blogger: Islamic Science, Literacy, and the Renaissance, Part 2

by Bahram Nadimi The end of the twentieth century marked a significant milestone.  It was not the end of the world, but it was when world consciousness—with the aid of scientific advances—reached a tipping point. For the first time, a … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Islamic Science & the Renaissance

A dear friend and colleague on another blog site at which I am a founding member (Common Ground Group) has started a series on Islamic contributions to civilization. Given the fact that this is Banned Books week and the recent … Continue reading

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