The Islamic Tradition
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The Islamic Tradition An Introduction by Abd Al-Jabbar Danner

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Published by Kazi Pubns Inc .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL9648159M
ISBN 100933511191
ISBN 109780933511194

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  Samira Haj conceptualizes Islam through a close reading of two Muslim reformers—Muhammad ibn 'Abdul Wahhab (–) and Muhammad 'Abduh (–)—each representative of a distinct trend, chronological as well as philosophical, in modern Islam. Their works are examined primarily through the prism of two conceptual questions: the idea of the modern and the . “The book constitutes a welcome addition to the scholarship on the Islamic manuscript tradition [I]t offers an exemplary introductory text on the Islamic book arts, the book’s main interest and usefulness are to be found in the many critical issues raised by the choice of 'intriguing materials' studied August ” — Al-Masaq. An innovative exploration of the change and continuity present within Muslim discourses, this book brings together disparate threads of the Islamic tradition, religious exegesis, the contemporary Arab Middle East, the Islamic state and idea of renewal in al-Ghazali’s thought. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xli, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Introduction to human rights and the world's major religions / William H. Brackney --Part ical development and analysis: Some distinctive features of the human rights tradition in Islam --Basic teachings and principles --The interplay of theory and practice: Questions of gender and.