The latest episode of the podcast is up and running. This week, I start off by discussing the latest news from the SCOTUS, with the passing of Justice Ginsburg, and the likely ramifications thereof. I then segue into a topic that I mentioned in the Domain Query podcast from earlier in the week, looking at the likely identity of the historical Muhammad, the “prophet” of Islam.
Here’s the podcast, embedded below:
For those who prefer to listen directly on SoundCloud, here is the link.
Also – listener Charlie Sun alerted me to the fact that my tracks do not show up at all in any RSS feeds for podcasting clients. He pointed me in the right direction to help fix this issue, and I’ve subsequently updated the settings in SoundCloud and also done a bulk edit on ALL existing tracks, both the weekly Didactic Mind and the infrequent Domain Query sets, so that they now show up in RSS feeds.
If you use a service like Podcast Addict or something similar, you should now be able to get access to all of my SoundCloud tracks and will automatically get an update once the latest ones are uploaded via the GetRSSFeed site – it will generate the XML code that you need for your podcasting client, and you’ll be off to the races.
Many thanks indeed to Charlie Sun for his very helpful warning and pointers to fix the issue.
As always, be sure to stop by Superb Shaving to support my work and pick up some great shaving products for a steal in the process.
I referenced a couple of videos in the podcast. Here they are embedded below if you’d like to watch them for yourself:
Books and authors referenced in the podcast:
- The Impact of Islam by Emmet Scott
- Early Islamic Qiblas: A survey of mosques built between 1AH/622 C.E. and 263 AH/876 C.E. by Dan Gibson
- Corrections in Early Qurʾān Manuscripts: Twenty Examples (Quran Manuscript Change Studies) by Dr. Daniel Brubaker