I can’t say that I’m terribly surprised, as most of the “Muslim thinkers in the United States” that I know think and act exactly like this guy. And as the author of the article states, I find it hard to have any interest whatsoever in his book, and not because of his credentials, but rather because of his attitude and lies.
Later he complains that they are “debating the right of the scholar to write” the book rather than discussing the book. But the conversation took that turn thanks to Aslan, not Green! By the final minute he is saying of himself (and who really talks this way!?) that “I’m actually quite a prominent Muslim thinker in the United States.”