A Muslim View of the Trinity

Islamic scholar Timothy Winter, also known as Shaykh Abdal-Hakim Murad (and not to be confused with the political radical of the same name), delivered a fascinating lecture called The Trinity: A Muslim Perspective. It is something I think Unitarian Universalists and other low-Christology types might profit from reading.

(Thank you Anamchara who also provided a pointer to an interesting, although I thought somewhat heated blogger exchange on the lecture.)

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