Department Of Da’wa& Comparative Religion

The Department of Da’wa and Comparative religion is designed to provide in-depth knowledge and understanding of the world’s religious faiths. It offers a full sweep of learning experience to cater the requirements of a Da’ee. It aims to explore the great diversity of religions and various methodological approaches to the study of religion. Upon the completion of the course, the students will be able to introduce the religion of Islam in its true sense and apply knowledge in intellectual discourse and interfaith dialogue.

Papers/Courses Offered
  • Methodology of Da’wa
  • Muslim Scholarship in Comparative Religion
  • Religious Pluralism
  • Non Semitic Religions
  • Semitic Religions
  • Misconceptions about Islam
  • Western Scholarship in Comparative Religion
  • Muslim Polemics of Materialistic Ideologies