reza aslan interview
After that, the interview spiraled further and further out of control. But it's not all bad news for Aslan. In a recent conversation
A Helluva Zealot: Reza Aslan Doesn't Just Bury Fox News, He Resurrects the Young, Progressive Christian Imagination
As Zealot reveals, the idea of a messiah was very different in his time. Jesus was not surrounded by angels, he was surrounded by the demons of his generation's culture, and he fought like, well, a man of his meager means and a world-changing vision.
Allow me to address the common complaint that as a Muslim Aslan has no business writing a Jesus book. Aslan clearly respects and admires Jesus. That some Christians might find his claims unsettling is, well, tough, because Aslan is doing serious intellectual work.
Reza Aslan, author of "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth," became an Internet hero last week for his deadpan
How many scholars of religions also run a film company? And how many members of the Council on Foreign Relations can claim