Islam, Youth, and Atheism: Exploring Perspectives
In a world marked by diverse ideologies and evolving beliefs, the Shifa College of Medicine proudly presents “Islam, Youth, and Atheism: Exploring Perspectives.” This thought-provoking event, requiring a SIST’23 Day 1 Ticket, aims to facilitate an open and constructive dialogue about the intersections of Islam, youth culture, and atheism, offering attendees a chance to gain insights into these complex topics.
About the Speakers:
1. Hamza Andreas Tzortzis: Hamza Andreas Tzortzis is an internationally renowned Islamic scholar, speaker, and researcher. With a background in Philosophy and Theology, Hamza is known for his compelling presentations that bridge the gap between contemporary thought and Islamic teachings. He is a co-founder of the Islamic education and research organization iERA (Islamic Education and Research Academy), and his engaging talks have addressed a wide range of subjects, including atheism, philosophy, and comparative religion.
2. Tuaha Ibn Jalil: Tuaha Ibn Jalil, a rising voice in the field of Islamic studies, brings a fresh perspective to the conversation. His background in Psychology and Islamic Studies uniquely positions him to understand the challenges faced by the youth in navigating their faith in a secular world. Tuaha is recognized for his ability to connect with young audiences and address their concerns with empathy and intellect. Through his involvement in various youth-oriented initiatives, he strives to foster a better understanding of Islam among the younger generation.
About the Event:
Join us for an intellectually stimulating evening as these two distinguished speakers delve into the intricate relationship between Islam, youth culture, and atheism. Through engaging presentations and interactive discussions, Hamza Andreas Tzortzis and Tuaha Ibn Jalil will shed light on the varying perspectives surrounding these topics, encouraging attendees to critically evaluate their beliefs and deepen their understanding of the world around them.
This event is open to all, regardless of background or belief. Whether you’re a student, a scholar, or simply curious about these issues, “Islam, Youth, and Atheism: Exploring Perspectives” promises to be a platform for meaningful conversations that transcend boundaries.
Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with thought leaders, challenge your assumptions, and expand your horizons. We look forward to welcoming you to this enlightening event hosted by the Shifa College of Medicine.