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ImanWire is an online publication and multimedia platform focusing on articulating spirituality in a modern context, highlighting a diverse group of American Muslim voices. Visit http://imanwire.com for the latest articles and podcast episodes.

    Ep. 53: Reconnecting With the Prophetic Legacy - Hasib Noor

    Ep. 53: Reconnecting With the Prophetic Legacy - Hasib Noor

    Hasib Noor, founder of Prophetic Legacy, discusses the importance of preserving and visiting the historical landmarks from the life of the Prophet ﷺ to make the Seerah a living reality to guide our lives. We also discuss the impact of losing our connection to our history and the crisis of spirituality and manhood among Muslim men.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Ep. 52: What To Learn - Recep Senturk

    Ep. 52: What To Learn - Recep Senturk

    In the sequel to the previous episode, "Why Learn?", Dr. Recep Senturk, President of Ibn Khaldun University in Istanbul, returns to the ImanWire podcast to discuss what we should learn, from the knowledge of God, to knowledge of the self, to the knowledge to help others.

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    • 56 min
    Ep. 51: Hearts Turn - Michael Sugich

    Ep. 51: Hearts Turn - Michael Sugich

    What is the reality of Tawba? Michael Sugich, author of "Hearts Turn: Sinners, Seekers, Saints and the Road to Redemption", joins the podcast to discuss the process of spiritual purification through continuous turning to God, highlighting examples of those who have walked the path of Tawba toward a higher reality.

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Ep. 50: Crossover: West Meets East

    Ep. 50: Crossover: West Meets East

    Worlds collide on this special 50th episode of the podcast, as the US and Istanbul teams come together to discuss studying abroad, cultural identity, and the role of community in developing spiritually.

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    • 49 min
    Ep. 49: The Ottoman Sufi - Suleyman Derin

    Ep. 49: The Ottoman Sufi - Suleyman Derin

    Professor Suleyman Derin joins the podcast to discuss the great spiritual master, Aziz Mahmud Hudayi, and the importance of spirituality in Ottoman culture.

    Suleyman Derin graduated from Marmara University, Faculty of Theology in 1991, and completed his Ph.D. in 1999 at Leeds University in the UK. The title of his thesis was “Towards Some Paradigms on the Sufi Conception of Love: From Râbia to Ibn al-Fârid”. Since then, he has been teaching at Marmara University in the Faculty of Theology in Istanbul. He was appointed as full time professor in 2012. He has written several books in the field of Sufism as well as many articles, with an interest in Sufi tafasir, Sufi psychology and orientalist studies on Sufism.

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    • 43 min
    Ep. 48: On Joker: Muslims in Gotham - Giovanni Herran

    Ep. 48: On Joker: Muslims in Gotham - Giovanni Herran

    Who is the hero and who is the villain? Giovanni Herran joins the podcast to talk about the film "Joker" in a conversation on alienation, socio-economic dehumanization, mental illness, as well as other perspectives on the film when viewed through a Muslim lens.

    Giovanni Herran has been an educator for nearly two decades and currently teaches Ethics at Temple University. He has taught subjects including comparative religion and Islamic intellectual history, and his Master's thesis in History researched the intersection between colonization, imperial culture, the production of race, and evolutionary theory. He is currently finishing his doctoral research on epistemology and non-dualism within the late Islamic heritage.

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    • 1 hr 49 min

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