A world that receives the message of Islam and where people can academically share the faith.
To provide a compelling, convincing case for Islam; to empower, educate and mentor others to share the faith academically.
Integrity. Compassion. God-consciousness. Tolerance. Forbearance. Fairness. Truth.
January 9, 2021
This 6 week free advanced online dawah training course is designed to empower you to intellectually and academically share Islam. Based on the Islamic sources texts and the scholarly tradition, this course will provide a robust methodology to help you awaken the truth that lies within people's innate diposition. This course is a holistic course that aims to provide rational, existential, phenomenological, experiential and spiritual aspects of the dawah; all rooted in the Quran and Prophetic traditions.
January 9, 2021
This free 6 week online course will discuss and assess the Islamic and Christian concept of God, from the perspective of maximal perfection, soteriology and harmatiology. This course will also respond to three of Dr. William Lane Craig’s main arguments against Islamic theism. For over a decade, Dr. Craig has formulated several arguments against Muslim belief. Craigs main arguments question Allah’s maximal perfection.
January 9, 2021
The free 10 week online training course is designed to empower you to be able to articulate and internalise the truth of Islamic theism and show how atheism is incoherent, irrational and an intellectual mirages. This course covers in detail, and expands on, many of the arguments in the Sapience Institute book, 'The Divine Reality', and provides answers to popular and academic objections.
December 9, 2020
This essay attempts to outline both a coherent epistemic theory of knowledge, and stipulate its relationship to religious belief. In doing so, the essay argues for the following thesis: that specifically Islamic belief held in a basic way, can be sufficient for knowledge without resorting to rational argumentation, and that the those who believe in Islamic theism do not shoulder the burden of proof.
December 7, 2020
The rise of technology, of cinematography, of state power and individual autonomy has furthered man’s potential of narcissistic grandiosity, of arrogance, self-entitlement and exploitative behaviours. In light of this, this article will consider the behaviourism of the flamboyant denier, drawing on anticipated behaviour of antagonists, their tendencies and pathology as described in the Qur’an.
November 17, 2020
As part of Islamophobia Awareness Month Sapience Institute delivered a free webinar based on Dr. Osman Latiff's book, On Being Human. Dr. Latiff covered why othering and dehumanisation leads to racial hatred, violence and genocide. It explored the Qur'an and the prophetic teachings and unpacked how Islam addresses these issues.
November 10, 2020
A free webinar for student Islamic societies, Muslim student associations and interested students on how to develop your vision for campus and how to make it happen. This webinar will help you develop a vision, strategically focus on key actions that will ensure it happens, the importance of leadership, learning and sharing Islam, unity, spirituality and much more.
October 28, 2020
A free webinar on how to intellectually defend the Prophet ﷺ and share his messenger in light of recent controversies. This webinar will cover the philosophy of freedom of speech, it’s invevitable restrictions, how competing values limits freedom of expression, the hypocrisy and double standards of some secular ideologues, the sublime teachings of the Prophet ﷺ, the proof his prophethood and much more.
October 1, 2020
In The Divine Reality, Hamza Andreas Tzortzis provides a compelling case for the rational and spiritual foundations of Islam, whilst intelligently and compassionately deconstructing atheism. Join him on an existential, spiritual and rational journey that articulates powerful arguments for the existence of God, the Qur’an, the Prophethood of Muhammad and why we must know, love and worship God.
September 19, 2020
This essay provides a convincing qur'anic and philosophical argument for the existence of an uncreated creator who willed the universe to come into existence. The essay argues that this creator is uniquely one, eternal, transcendent, powerful and knowing. It also addresses popular and academic objections.
September 12, 2020
The Qur’an informs its readers that man can exhibit a destructive psychopathological tendency of seeking temporary comfort and validation in pseudo-characters and icons, the pursuit of which symbolises an illusory closeness and affinity with those who come to represent them. This article explains this social malaise through a Qur’anic framework.
July 15, 2020
This book written by Mohammad Hijab discusses how proponents of the New Atheist movement commonly assert various arguments that assert that science undermines God. This small book is a refutation of these claims. By referencing the works of western intellectuals, the author demonstrates decisively how flawed these postulations are.
July 14, 2020
This book written by Dr. Osman Latiff seeks to understand the Muslim’s role in a world of sometimes discordant relations festered by attitudes of othering and dehumanisation. It shows that such attitudes, fuelled by hate, impinge upon a conviviality, harmony of existence and mutual understanding between peoples – as reflected in the Qur’ānic paradigm.
June 16, 2020
The Qur’an reveals an interesting exposition of some people’s opposition to faith. It shows that the setting of wealth and children as benchmarks for success and stature can consequently act as impediments to effective engagement with the divine instructive. Such people are described as finding great security and self-assurance in their affluence.
June 9, 2020
The killing of George Floyd on May 25th 2020 tugged at our collective conscience. With every waning breath and dying plea ‘I can’t breathe’ screamed in its silence and we gasped together. The coalescing of brutal indifference of state power with a forlorn plea for mercy, for understanding, for pity, for empathy, placed us all in an unavoidable frame of witnessing.