Institute of Advanced Study Presents

Islam and the Fate of Others: The Salvation Question

Featuring Mohammad Hassan Khalil
Past event
Mar 04, 2021
A repeating pattern of books titled "Islam and the Fate of Others" by Mohammad Hassan Khalil, their covers all show a long empty corridor surrounded by archways.

Featuring Mohammad Hassan Khalil
Professor of Religious Studies
Adjunct Professor of Law
Director of Muslim Studies
Michigan State University

Can non-Muslims be saved? And can those who are damned to Hell ever be redeemed? In this lecture, Mohammad Hassan Khalil presents the writings of influential medieval and modern Muslim scholars on the controversial and consequential question of non-Muslim salvation.

Mohammad Hassan Khalil is Professor of Religious Studies, Adjunct Professor of Law, and Director of the Muslim Studies Program at Michigan State University. He specializes in Islamic thought and is the author of Islam and the Fate of Others: The Salvation Question (Oxford University Press) and Jihad, Radicalism, and the New Atheism (Cambridge University Press). He is also the editor of two books and a digital archive called Muslims of the Midwest: An Oral History.

Co-Sponsored by The Department of Religious Studies Annual Roetzel Family Lecture