while clearly directed to an academic audience, nonetheless raises substantive challenges for seular bioethics discourse, health policy, and espeicially for ethical reflection within the Islamic faith community ... Sachedina's is a courageous book. He does not back away from critique of Muslim religious scholarship, which he finds has failed to provide religous and moral empowerment to Muslims in general, and in the health-care context in particular. Courtney S. Campbell, Journal of the American Academy of Religion
About the Author
Abdulaziz Sachedina is Francis Myers Ball Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia.