Pew Research Center’s free course on Islam comes by email

Want to know more about Muslims and Islam? We’ve got an email course for you

Bias Busters love the Pew Research Center because it does so much good, non-partisan research and frequently revisits its work to check for changes.

Now, with more than a decade of research, including surveys of Muslims in 39 countries, three surveys of Muslim Americans, and several demographic studies of the world’s major religions, Pew has created a free mini-course that arrives in four bit-sized emails.

The units cover:

Lesson 1: How many Muslims are there in the world, and where do they live?

Lesson 2: What do Muslims around the world believe?

Lesson 3: Who are U.S. Muslims and what do they believe?

Lesson 4: How are Muslims viewed in the West?

Let the Bias Busters help! You can see a sample of our “100 Questions and Answers About Muslim Americans” here.

The complete 100 questions in print or digital formats are available from Amazon or the Front Edge Publishing bookstore.

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