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Early life and education
Debates and lectures
Shabir Ally is known for promoting a contextual interpretation of the Qur'anic verses, but seeks to find their justification in similar expressions within the Christian Bible. He has debated Christian philosophers William Lane Craig and Michael Licona on numerous occasions as well as scholar John Dominic Crossan He has also debated apologists James White, Jay Smith, and David Wood on several occasions.
- Is Jesus God? The Bible Says No (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-9148-8-7
- What God Said About Eating Pork (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-777-02-2
- Science in the Qur'an (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-9148-7-9
- 101 Clear Contradictions in the Bible (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 1-894264-12-6
- Yahweh, Jehovah Or Allah (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) OCLC 50392743
- 101 Questions to Ask Visiting Jehovah's Witnesses (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 1-894264-10-X
- Reply to Robert Morey's Source of Islam Theories (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-777-05-7
- Shenk, David W., Journeys of the Muslim nation and the Christian church: exploring the mission of two communities, Uzima Publishing House, 2006, p.xvii
- John Ankerberg, Emir Caner, The Truth about Islam & Jesus, Harvest House Publishers, 2009, p.38
- Jesus' Resurrection William Lane Craig (Christian) debates Shabir Ally (Muslim) on the bodily resurrection of Jesus.
- The Concept of God in Islam and Christianity - William Lane Craig vs. Shabir Ally McMaster University. March 6, 2002.
- What Must I Do To Be Saved? William Lane Craig vs. Shabir Ally York University. March 5, 2002.
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: "Scholars will debate whether Bible, Quran are books of peace" October 3, 2015 |"These men are recognized for being two of the best in the field of religious apologetics,..."