Having to keep up a good conversation while also not succumbing to your social anxiety = please help.
Zeynel under his father’s tutelage (in addition by his father’s friends and contacts in the main university, plus exposure to many other viewpoints) has taught him to look beyond a single interpretation of scripture. Obviously he does have his own personal interpretation informed by his own worldview and academia, but he’s more inclined to let differences be differences and try to understand it. And also to understand the context of certain passages and how things get filtered or seen. In the end though, the Koran is just what it is, and it has a clear and simple enough message, and that message is more important than the thousands of analysis it has generated over centuries.