Date: July 14-16, 2017
The Qur’an tells us, through example and parable, of many cosmological laws that God has decreed. We learn that our actions have deep consequences upon our lives in this world. From obedience to sin, justice to oppression, the Qur’an tells us all what will come of it, both in this life and the next. As we examine the state of the Muslims, we must ask, how can we help bring about its revival and restoration? Here too, the Qur’an tells us, if we but listen. What are the Qur’anic conditions for the revival of society? What responsibilities do we have therein? Have we contributed at all to our current condition or is it the result of external forces alone? As we look to change our state, what should our priorities be?
With mindfulness of God at the core, this tour will inspire a renewed perspective on the challenges we face today and provide practical solutions for a positive and lasting change.
About Reviving the Islamic Spirit
“Reviving the Islamic Spirit” is an attempt by the young Muslims in the West to help overcome challenges of communication and integration and help promote stronger ties within our society through reviving the Islamic tradition of education, tolerance and introspection across cultural lines through points of commonality and respect.
14th July at the Principal Manchester
Venue Name – The Principal Manchester, The Ballroom
Address – Oxford St, Manchester, M60 7HA
Doors open at 6:30
15th July at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Venue Name – Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Address – Broad St, Birmingham B1 2EP
Doors open at 4:30
16th July at The O2
Venue Name – Indigo at The O2
Address – Millennium Way Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0AX
Doors open at 2:30