MAP @ Publika presents
devised, written, designed, directed and performed by Gene Sha Rudyn
18th, 19th & 20th August, 8.30pm
21st August, 2.30pm
Tickets at RM35 (standard) and RM 20 (student or disable)
Humankind declares, more than five billion times a day collectively, that there is no deity worthy of worship but God.
Who is God? What constitutes His being? How would one describe Him? Where can one find the answers?
How do we know that God does not exist?
A common Muslim – not a scholar of Islam, nor even a student – born, raised and living in a cosmopolitan society, takes us on a journey through ‘religious’ experiences in his childhood and youth. With his elementary secular education and spiritual knowledge, he raises basic questions about God, turning to the source to find the answers to them.
After some questioning by a Chinese Catholic lawyer, he finds evidence that supports how Science has yet to contradict the Qur’an.
Listening to the lamentations of a South-African Jewish actor about the level of religious observance in her family, he deduces that Islam is not merely a religion. Islam is a complete way of life.
However, in the face of a world that thinks of Islam and Muslims as backward and narrow-minded, what can this common Muslim offer to break these myths?