When people say you cannnot understand Islam by reading for yourself, they are wrong.
I found this old interview I did in Toronto in 2012. It was a fun interview and it is worth seeing. We cover ethics, the cause of the Dark Ages, the Crusades, Islamic civilization, how the Koran can be made understandable and why the Koran is an epic story and living with Islam.
One of my more enjoyable interviews.
Bill Warner offered on Facebook to answer questions about Islam. Here are the questions and answers.
When you mention a Koran verse or a hadith that a listener does not like, they may answer: It all depends on how you interpret it. Pew Research asked one billion Muslims how they interpret Islam and the results are interesting.
The second of two part interview.
Topics include: what to do about political Islam, the corruption of universities, the censorship of humor, critical thought, why I sell small books, know Mohammed and understand what is happening today…
Since the attack on the World Trade Towers we have seen many experts arise who are not professors. Why? The simple answer is that the professors are too timid to do their job and speak the truth about Islam. Others have to do their work for them.