08 – Women in Islam (1 of 4) – Dr. Ingrid Mattson (rebroadcast)

In this podcast Dr. Ingrid Mattson explains the women’s role early on in the prophetic message. How women were involved in all aspects of the struggle in helping to establishing Islam. Dr. Mattson was educated in Canada and the United States, earning a PhD from the University of Chicago in 1999. From 1998 to 2012 she […]

13 – Solomon and the Ant: Shifting Perspective and Imagination in Qur’anic Ethics – Dr. Ingrid Mattson (rebroadcast)

In this podcast, Dr. Ingrid Mattson explains the importance of knowing and reflecting on who the Almighty Creator is, and who we are through the stories of the Qur’an. She specifically uses the example of the Prophet Solomon (peace be upon him) to portray the difference between the creation’s contingent power and control, and God’s […]

Fruits of Faith in the Believer’s Heart, Mind and Actions – Dr. Ingrid Mattson

In this podcast, Dr. Ingrid Mattson explores the concept of faith (iman) and some of its fruits it presents in the believer’s heart, mind, and actions. Faith, she explains, offers hope in spite of the harm in the world and shows us which actions are good for us. She points out that suffering is not […]

09 – Women in Islam (2 of 4) – Dr. Ingrid Mattson (rebroadcast)

In this podcast Dr. Ingrid Mattson explains the women’s role early on in the Prophetic message. How the women were involved in all aspects of the struggle in helping to establish Islam. Dr. Mattson was educated in Canada and the United States, earning a PhD from the University of Chicago in 1999. From 1998 to 2012 […]

24 – Islam in America: Civic and Religious Youth Identities – Dr. Ingrid Mattson

Dr. Ingrid Mattson delivered the keynote address at Respect Graduate School’s inaugural conference, “Islam in America: Civic and Religious Youth Identities” on October 21, 2017. The Islam in America conference aimed to create a learning community platform and welcomed papers addressing various religiously identified youth groups. By solicited balanced participation by diasporic Islamic communities. For […]

Supporting Scholars and Students in Need – A Message from Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

Through the SeekersHub Global Islamic Scholars Fund, SeekersHub Global has been able to help numerous scholars and students of knowledge in need to continue to study and serve their communities. Help is still urgently needed for a number of ongoing cases to help scholars and students of knowledge in need. Please donate today for this […]

23 – With So Many Troubles, What’s There to Be Grateful For? – Dr. Ingrid Mattson

Dr. Ingrid explores the theme of gratitude and brings to perspective the many things to be grateful for. She gives key advice on how to express that gratitude, especially in giving back to those in distress. Dr. Ingrid also highlights that in both God’s giving and withholding, there is a test.   Dr. Mattson was […]

22: Listening to God- Dr Ingrid Mattson (rebroadcast)

In this podcast, Dr. Ingrid Mattson calls the believers to listen to the Qur’an and to go back to one’s nature in following the prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). In bringing good to one’s self and one’s community. Dr. Mattson was educated in Canada and the United States, earning a PhD from […]

21: Muslim Traditions on Tragedy – Dr. Ingrid Mattson (rebroadcast)

In this podcast Dr. Ingrid Mattson explains the complexities of dealing with tragedies, and how everyone must be allowed to deal with tragedies in their own unique way Dr. Mattson was educated in Canada and the United States, earning a PhD from the University of Chicago in 1999. From 1998 to 2012 she was Professor […]

10 – Women in Islam (4 of 4) – Dr. Ingrid Mattson(rebroadcast)

In this podcast Dr. Ingrid Mattson explains the women’s role early on in the Prophetic message. How the women were involved on all aspects of the struggle in helping to establishing Islam. Dr. Mattson was educated in Canada and the United States, earning a PhD from the University of Chicago in 1999. From 1998 to 2012 […]