Book: “sexual Ethics and Islam” by Kecia Ali
At the end of her preface, Kecia Ali writes that she intends her work “as a contribution to a rethinking of gender, sexuality, and ethics among Muslims” which she hopes will “encourage broader discussions among a wider range of participants.” Did her book (either the original or the revised edition) generate any kind of discussion?
Who reviewed it and what did they say?
What specifically did they agree with, or not?
How accurate are their accounts of her positions?
Have any non-Muslims responded to the book?
If so, how does their approach differ, if at all, from that of Muslims?
If not, why not, in your view?Tags: ethics, islam, kecia, review, sexual