Das Leben Mohammeds

Author: Mohammed Ibn Ishak
Publisher: SEVERUS Verlag
ISBN: 3863471873
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Das Leben Mohammeds" von Ibn Ishak gilt als die erste Biographie des gro en islamischen Propheten. Der Autor verfasste sie im 8. Jahrhundert - etwa einhundert Jahre nach Mohammeds Tod. Wiederentdeckt und redigiert wurde sie von Ibn Hisham; bersetzt von Gustav Weil. Ibn Ishak gelingt ein menschliches Bild des Propheten, ohne die ihn umwehenden Wunder zu entzaubern. Nebenbei erf hrt der Leser viel Wissenswertes ber die Geburtstunde des islamischen Glaubens und dessen Siegeszug in Arabien. F r diese Ausgabe des Werkes wurde der Text aufw ndig aus Frakturschrift in moderne Schrift bertragen und behutsam lektoriert.

Alptraum in Beirut

Author: Ġāda as- Sammān
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783889771452
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Belletristik : Libanon/Beirut ; Frau - Bürgerkrieg.

Unity and Diversity in Contemporary Muslim Thought

Author: Abbas Poya
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443879118
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This volume brings together ten articles on contemporary Muslim thought written by authors from Europe and the Middle East, who are specialized in the fields of Islamic theology, Islamic studies and Political Sciences. The scope of the contributions is limited by two aspects: each contribution focuses either on the thought of a contemporaneous Muslim theologian, whose creative period came after 1950 or on a Muslim stream that is relevant today. Second, the contributions also consider the interdependence between theological debates and the larger context in which they take place. The issues addressed here are diverse in nature and the approaches adopted are various, but they are united in giving testimony to the continuing existence of plurality in Muslim theology. This volume will be especially useful for students and scholars of Islamic theology, Islamic studies, and contemporary Muslim thought, as well as the history of ideas.

Islam Context Pluralism and Democracy

Author: Yaser Ellethy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317627458
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Islam, Context, Pluralism and Democracy aspires to clarify the tensions and congruences between the revelational and the rational, the text and the context, the limits and the horizons of contextualization in Islam, as these emanate from the Islamic interpretative tradition. This book examines classical and modern Muslim interpretations with regard to the concepts of diachronic development, pluralism and democracy based on Arabic-Islamic sources and literature. Focusing on the parameters of semantic changes, methods of interpretation and cultural variables, it shows how this interpretative tradition offers a diversity of ideas and approaches that can be utilized in contemporary debates concerning the socio-political contextualization of Islamic genuine thought. However, within this diversity, Islam presents generic principles and core values as 'moral paradigms' that can deal with such modern challenges. Based on the analysis of core Islamic texts and key-terms related to the discussed issues, mainly from the Quran and the Sunnah, and the broader Arabic-Islamic literature, it explores the boundaries of the mutable and constant in the Islamic worldview. Presenting classical Muslim interpretations and scholars as possible interlocutors in debates over the compatibility of Islam with challenges of modernity, this book is essential reading for researchers and postgraduates interested in Islamic Studies, Philosophy of Religion and Political Science.

The Qur an and Its Biblical Reflexes

Author: Mark Durie
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1498569463
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Drawing on tools from linguistics and theology, this book argues that Biblical reflexes in the Qur’an are not inherited, but repurposed to serve the Qur’an’s own distinctive theological vision.

Biography Of Umar Bin Abdul Aziz

Author: Dr. Ali Muhammad As-Sallabi
Publisher: Darussalam Publishers
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This book describes, among other things, the principles based upon which 'Umar ibn Abd Al-Aziz governed the Muslims during his caliphate: among those principles were mutual consultation, justice, equality among people, and honoring of freedoms. With the turn of every page, the reader will come to appreciate the fact that 'Umar was exceptional in his Faith, distinguished in his knowledge, profoundly wise in his thinking, remarkable in his eloquence, noble in his manners and great in the contribution he made to this Nation. English readers have long been deprived of the life story of this outstanding Islamic hero and exemplar. While there are some short and scattered accounts about his general life, this is the first book to deal specifically with 'Umar bin 'Abd al-Aziz's reforms, which is surprising given that he has been attributed the title of Mujaddid (Reformer; Reviver) within Islamic scholarship, in great detail.