In Ep. 5, TQP team discusses the concepts of secular and sacred knowledge, how they came to be defined as such, and the problems that come with these definitions. Does studying the “secular sciences” require us to leave deen at the door, and can one truly be a believer as a student at a secular university? We also explore insights from the book recommendations on our University Reading List.
- Renovatio Article: Oludamini Ogunnaike, “Of Cannons and Canons”
- Renovatio Article: Andrew F. March, “Among the Disbelievers”
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