This page lists information about a lecture Shaykh Hamza gave. It organizes what quotes he made, which books he recommended, and links to a transcript, if one is available.
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|A Literary History of the Arabs - "There is really no doubt about the authenticity of the Quran" -Shaikh Hamza Quoting from the book|
|The Atlantic (Monthly) - Note: Not Recommended - Mentioned once about Bernard Lewis and once about another orientalist. Obvious that SHY reads this journal regularly.|
|Hero with a 1000 faces - Note: How the same archtype hero shows up in every story|
|Pedagogy of the Oppressed - "Poweless people lack language" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|Pedagogy of Freedom - "Powerless people lack language" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|The Measure of Reality - Note: How the West Measures everything|
|The Country of the Blind - Note: About perception and reality.|
|On Christian Doctrine - "Its worth reading if you have an interest in religion" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|On Christian Doctrine - Note: The Usool of Christian laws|
|Vision of Islam - Note: SHY follows this book to complete his lecture series of the same name|
|Toynbee`s History - "the pope paid Jizya" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|The Atlantic (Monthly) - "I read an article in the Atlantic..." -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|On Christian Doctrine - "" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|On Christian Doctrine - Note: St Augustine: On the requirement to know the liberal arts before a student can study theological texts|