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“Becoming Bani Adam: Exploring Twelver-Shii Discussions on Human Ancestry” is a new podcast series which is an audiobook version of a long paper written by Ustadha Fatemah Meghji on the topic of human evolution in Twelver-Shii tradition with a focus on exegetical literature i.e. from tafsir. How does a person of faith grapple with evolution in today’s world? The audiobook is narrated by Br. Justin Mashouf and each episode includes an introduction by the author herself with a summary of previ ...
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In this tenth and final episode, we will wrap up the discussion on human evolution and discuss further considerations to the subject. A few topics that will be touched on are questions with regards to consciousness which cannot be studied through empirical science as well as how the language of evolution can evoke a sense of godlessness. Finally, w…
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This episode continues to discusses the scriptural evidence for the idea that Adam (a) is the forefather of all of humanity today. Various Twelver-Shii scholars opine that the literal meaning of this verse, or its dhuhur, indicates that all of humanity today are the offspring solely of Adam and Eve with no third-parties involved. However, there are…
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This episode discusses the scriptural evidence for the idea that Adam (a) is the forefather of all of humanity today. The answer to this question from a scriptural perspective is multi-fold. The ahadith are pretty clear that he is, however the Qur’an does not include much in a literal way, except for in the first verse of Surat an-Nisa. Various Twe…
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This episode discusses the scriptural evidence or lack thereof for Adam having biological parents. In other words, is it possible that Prophet Adam (a), though the first full human being with all of humanity’s metaphysical qualities, had biological parents or could have descended from an evolutionary tree? The main evidence against this lies in the…
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This episode discusses the scriptural evidence for whether or not Adam (a) was the first human being. This question is crucial because it helps us to understand the existence of previous hominids. Unlike other traditions, the Twelver-Shi’I hadith corpus includes traditions that explicitly mention the existence of non-Adamic human-like creatures, ca…
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This episode discusses the alleged timeline of Prophet Adam (a) and various pieces of evidence including evidence in the fossil record, the Qur’an, and hadith. There are two plausible timelines for where to place Adam in history and the first is that is he existed more than 200,000 years ago and was the first of the Homo sapiens species. The second…
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This episode includes a brief introduction to evolution itself and the difference between “fact and theory” and the distinction between empirical data and its explanations. We will also demonstrate how various Twelver-Shii scholars have grappled and discussed the issue since approximately one hundred years ago with surprising openness. We will intr…
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In this episode, we will explore both theological and hermeneutical considerations that are relevant to the topic. We will also explore the common misconception that belief in evolution is somehow at odds with belief in God and the logical fallacies that play into this. What are the theological considerations that are relevant to this discussion on…
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In this episode , we will start the audiobook and begin to discuss approaches to science in religion and within the context of Qur’anic tafsir. As science has progressed, has this changed our relationship with religion? How have scholars dealt with new scientific ideas over time? References: Qur’anic verses referenced include: Q.4:82, Q.18:1, Q.29:…
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In episode 1, Ustadha Fatemah Meghji introduces the podcast series which is an audiobook version narrated by Br. Justin Mashouf and titled “Becoming Bani Adam: Exploring Twelver-Shii Discussions on Human Ancestry”. This episode discusses the journey behind the podcast and a brief introduction to its approach and the questions that will be explored …
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at the upcoming genealogy events she'll be attending. You'll also get a look at new features and tools available to make your family history easier and more fun. Then she will review the databases full of new content r eleased in the past month and show you how best to search them to find the stories of your ances…
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at the upcoming genealogy events around the world. You'll also get a look at new features and tools available to help make your family history easier and more fun. Then she will review some of the databases full of new content released in the past month and show you how best to search them to find the stories of y…
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It's been three years since we launched AncestryDNA. Now, with more than 800,000 people in our database, and new cousins connections being made every day, there are lots of questions about how to get the most out of your AncestryDNA experience. Join Cri sta Cowan and Anna Swayne as they revisit some AncestryDNA frequently asked questions. In this e…
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When you attach a record directly from Ancestry into your online family tree, the source citation is created for you. But, what about those records that you upload yourself? Join Crista Cowan as she reviews the basics of crafting a genealogy source cita tion in your online tree or in Family Tree Maker.…
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Like all hobbies, there are some expenses involved in family history. Order a couple of birth certificates from a state vital records office or make one trip to an archive and your Ancestry subscription may look like the most inexpensive tool you use for genealogy research. Join Crista Cowan as she shares some of her favorite tips for getting the m…
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at upcoming events, new features and tools to help make your family history easier and more fun, and databases full of new content released in the past month. She'll give you her best tips for using all of these things t o find and share the stories of your ancestors' lives.…
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With more than 15 billion records now online at Ancestry.com, doing a global search might not be the most effective way to locate records about your ancestors. Join Crista Cowan for a look at some smarter searching tips and tricks, including one little s hift in your perspective that could open up a whole new worlds of records.…
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One of the great things about Family Tree Maker is the ability to explore your tree by location. Join Crista Cowan for a look at HOW to enter locations so you can get the most out of them later, WHY you want to do this and WHERE you can access features t hat allow you use locations to accelerate your family history research.…
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at upcoming events, new features and tools to help make your family history easier and more fun, and databases full of new content released in the past month. She'll give you her best tips for using all of these things to find and share the stories of your ancestors' lives.…
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You might know that the 1890 U.S. Federal Census was destroyed. But, did you know that there are other missing records due to fires, floods, time and a plain old lack of record keeping. Join Crista Cowan for a look at some of the missing records that af fect many genealogists and how to get around some of those losses.…
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at the new features and tools available to help make your family history easier and more fun. She'll also review the databases full of new content released in the past month and show you how best to search them to find the stories of your ancestors' lives.Oleh Ancestry.com
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In your online tree at Ancestry and in Family Tree Maker there are dozens of life events that you can choose from to document the lives of your family members. Join Crista Cowan as she walks through the options and circumstances under which you might use them. You'll have a whole new appreciation for the way you can share the stories of your ancest…
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You've spent thousands of hours researching your family tree. You've collected documents and scanned old photographs. What happens to all of your hard work after you die? What happens to your Ancestry account? Join Crista Cowan for a look at some opti ons for genealogy estate planning. You're never too young to think about it.…
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at the new features and tools available to help make your family history easier and more fun. She'll also review the databases full of new content released in the past month and show you how best to search them to find the stories of your ancestors' lives.Oleh Ancestry.com
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You get those shaky leaf hints and then you do a few searches. But, with more than 15 billion records now available online at Ancestry.com and billions more available at archives, libraries and courthouses around the world, how do you know when you've do ne a "reasonably exhaustive search?" How do you even know what records you should be looking fo…
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Almost daily someone posts an image snippet in a genealogy group or message board asking for some assistance reading a record. They can't tell what the surname is or what occupation their grandfather was engaged in. They can't read the cause of death or the city their immigrant ancestor came from. Join Crista Cowan for a look at some basic tips and…
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AncestryDNA just released version two of cousin matches and new DNA Circles. Join Crista Cowan for a look at the changes and new features. Learn where to find the help materials and scientific white papers that explain the changes. Then spend some time exploring your own DNA matches and discovering more of your story.…
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Join Crista Cowan for the sixth video in our series on the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS). Step five is creating a "soundly reasoned, coherently written conclusion." You will learn both WHY this is such an important step in your family history resear ch process and HOW to do it.Oleh Ancestry.com
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With more than 15 billion records now available for searching on Ancestry.com, we want to provide you with as many ways to discover your ancestors and their stories as we can. Shaky leaf hints. Suggested records. And several different ways to search. Join Crista Cowan for a sneak peek at the updated search forms you will soon have available to you …
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at the new features and tools available to help make your family history easier and more fun. She'll also review the databases full of new content released in the past month and show you how best to search them to find the stories of your ancestors lives.Oleh Ancestry.com
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Have you looked for your ancestor coming into the Port of New York/Ellis Island and come up empty? What about Boston? Philadelphia? Baltimore? Join Crista Cowan for a look at the "lesser known" ports of immigration that your ancestor might have used on their journey into the United States.Oleh Ancestry.com
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SAR. DAR. DUP. ADEAW. What do all of these acronyms have in common These are just a few of the 100 (or more) hereditary societies you can join once you find a person in your family tree who qualifies. Join Crista Cowan for a look at some of the diff erent societies that are available for you to join, what the membership benefits are to you, and how…
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You have searched and searched and searched and are still coming up empty when looking for information about a particular family line. Join Crista Cowan for a look at five possible reasons why you might not be finding your ancestor. Even one of them cou ld provide you with the spark of an idea you need to bust right through that #genealogy brick wa…
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Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at the new features and tools available to help make your family history easier and more fun She'll also review databases full of new content released in the past month and let you know what conferences and events are c oming up where you can learn even more in person.…
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