Bryson, Jennifer S.
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Jennifer S. Bryson is the director of the Witherspoon Institute's Islam and Civil Society Project.


Theology of Home Shows Women the Beauty of Fruitful Living

Carrie Gress and Noelle Mering's Theology of Home project is a counteroffensive against the dominant feminism of our culture, which has greatly degraded home and homemaking. Their latest book addresses the question of what it means for women to live fruitfully.

Date posted: 2021-01-15

American Muslims Challenge Transgenderism - and Each Other

In amicus briefs to the Supreme Court in cases about sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity, some American Muslims argue from their beliefs while others push LGBT causes. This contrast provides non-Muslims a window into the teachings of Islam, and a ringside seat for intra-Muslim conflicts. At stake is whether truth claims or identity politics will prevail.

Date posted: 2019-11-17

End Iranian and American Garment Coercion in Sports and Games

Women visiting Iran for international sports and game tournaments should not have to wear an Islamic headcover to be eligible to compete. US athletes should not have to wear a political symbol to play soccer. Everyone should have the freedom to compete without garment coercion.

Date posted: 2019-02-28

What A Muslim Family's Chair for the Pope Teaches Children about Catholic-Muslim Relations

A new children's book provides a way to introduce children to Christian-Muslim relations by celebrating robust and full religious expression in a diverse society.

Date posted: 2017-09-09

Pornography and National Security

The frequency with which terrorists are found with pornography raises important questions about the possible effects of pornography on our national security.

Date posted: 2011-08-19