Craig Considine’s fantasy Islamic state
Under the influence of people like Considine, Western civilization’s academic citadels are crumbling. Islam’s prophet Muhammad’s “ummah [Islamic community] in many ways represents the best image of many so-called Western countries,” Rice University sociologist Craig Considine stated during an October 26 podcast. This assessment came as part of his delusional “fantasy Islam” analysis of the first, canonically precedent-setting Islamic polity in the seventh-century Arabian Peninsula town of Medina. Consdine is a jihad-appeasing, former sports management student, whose confused interfaith views on Islam Muslims themselves have condemned. This fabulist spoke during a virtual tour for his debunked, new book, The Humanity of Muhammad: A Christian View.