What is the Conviction Project?

CONVICTION [kuh n-vik-shuh n] - “A fixed or firm belief” 

The Conviction Project is a podcast which emphasizes the dichotomy between the one who studies and the one who reforms: 

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MAARIJ RANA , The Therapist - The one who studies behaviour

FARHAN IQBAL, The Imam - The one who reforms others

Exploring Islam can be tough. Living a Muslim life can seem even tougher. This podcast aims to remove one’s doubts through exploration and dialogue. Each episode unpacks and dissects relevant issues, controversies, and uncertainties.

True conviction is developed when belief is revitalized. Help continue the conversation by sharing your thoughts, opinions, and questions.

LATEST EPISODES

Ep. 131 – Mike Liconna vs. Bart Ehrman | Did the Resurrection of Jesus REALLY happen? The Conviction Project

On April 9, 2022, Dr. Mike Liconna and Dr. Bart Ehrman had a 6-hour6-hour-long long debate discussing the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It was a lengthy, informative, exhaustive debate and I learned many things from it. This debate was an invitation-based zoom event, and in this episode, I have discussed the salient features and those points that I found intriguing. 
  1. Ep. 131 – Mike Liconna vs. Bart Ehrman | Did the Resurrection of Jesus REALLY happen?
  2. Ep. 130 – Why can't we have empathy WIHTOUT Ramazan?
  3. Ep. 129 – Review of Debate | Dr. Javad Hashmi vs. Robert Spencer | Is Islam more violent than Christianity?
  4. Ep. 128 – Is World War III inevitable?
  5. Ep. 127 – Jesus had a mother [Lecture #5]