Muslims refer to the One God as Allah. In the popular imagination, the Muslim God is often perceived as alien and other than Christian and Jewish conceptions of God. In this three-week course, we will turn to primary sources like the Qur’an and Hadith (Prophetic sayings) and explore what pictures emerge of the Divine. Participants will engage with secondary sources by reading and listening to Muslim voices as they relate to God through prayer, poetry, and music. Through the study of the Muslim conception of God, we will uncover a Qur’anic posture of interreligious dialogue that affirms sameness and difference alike.