Mixed Signals

This article was written by Connor Attard. The Archbishop of Malta has been the centre of much controversy as of late. He recently announced his willingness to teach Islam to Muslim students attending church schools. Several commentators have pointed out the irreconcilable differences between the two so-called Abrahamic faiths, warning him that Islam explicitly denies … More Mixed Signals

Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-II

This article was written by Connor Attard, a fellow Maltese traditionalist and contributor. The Contrast The Qur’an consists entirely of direct speech, and offers very little in the way of historical context or details about Muhammad’s personal life. Verses are loosely organised into chapters by theme, and the chapters themselves are sorted in descending order of … More Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-II

Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-I

This article was written by Connor Attard, a fellow Maltese traditionalist and contributor. When faced with criticism of the Qur’an’s violent passages, Muslim apologists and their political allies in the West often respond by pointing out the violent passages in the Old Testament. This is a debate tactic known as moral equivalence, in which a speaker … More Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-I