Islam and Women: Hagar’s Heritage – New book by Moyra Dale

Moyra Dale is a Research fellow at the Arthur Jeffrey Centre for the Study of Islam, and the author of the soon-to-be-published book, Women & Islam: Hagar’s Heritage. We asked her some questions about her writing journey and her hopes for the book. Q: How long have you been working on this book? Moyra: I […]

New book uses storytelling to connect with Muslims

When Bernie Power and his family lived in Yemen, he developed stories which he could tell to communicate the Christian faith to his Muslim friends and neighbours. When his teenage son asked him how he should explain the Trinity to his friends on the street, Bernie thought and prayed about it for a few days. […]

Exploring Freedom and Islam in the USA

Sasan Tavassoli presenting at a conference

“It was for freedom that Christ has set us free” Freedom is at the heart of the Christian faith. “It was for freedom that Christ has set us free”, writes Paul, and for two thousand years Christians have rejoiced in the freedom that the gospel brings — freedom from sin, freedom to be truly human, […]

Baroness Cox

Baroness Cox presenting

Challenging secularism and Militant Islamism, an ongoing task On 15 August MST hosted the visit of Baroness Caroline Cox from the British House of Lords. Baroness Cox has been a fearless campaigner for many years, advocating on behalf of the marginalised and the persecuted around the world as part of her work for the Humanitarian […]