The Interface of Culture, Religion, and Liberty in Islam and Christianity
This conference focused on the interface of culture, religion, and liberty in Islam and Christianity. Considering the expansion of Islam from North Africa to the South Pacific, we used the occasion to explore the possible reasons for the success of that expansion and then, having discussed those events, moved to issues of the Western influences in Islamic countries.
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