The sorrowful Muslim's guide

by Hussein Ahmad Amin | 31 October 2018
Published as Dal?l al-Muslim al-?az?n il? muqtada-l-sul?k f?'l-qarn al-?ishr?n in 1983, this book remains a timely and important read today. Both the resurgence of Islamist politics and the political, social and intellectual upheaval which accompanied the Arab Spring challenge us to re-examine the interaction between the pre-modern Islamic tradition and modern supporters of continuity, reform and change in Muslim communities. This book does exactly that, raising questions regarding issues about which other Muslim intellectuals and thinkers have been silent. These include - among others - current religious practice vs the Islamic ideal; the many additions to the original revelation; the veracity of the Prophet's biography and his sayings; the development of Sufism; and historical and ideological influences on Islamic thought.
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Published as Dal?l al-Muslim al-?az?n il? muqtada-l-sul?k f?'l-qarn al-?ishr?n in 1983, this book remains a timely and important read today. Both the resurgence of Islamist politics and the political, social and intellectual upheaval which accompanied the Arab Spring challenge us to re-examine the interaction between the pre-modern Islamic tradition and modern supporters of continuity, reform and change in Muslim communities. This book does exactly that, raising questions regarding issues about which other Muslim intellectuals and thinkers have been silent. These include - among others - current religious practice vs the Islamic ideal; the many additions to the original revelation; the veracity of the Prophet's biography and his sayings; the development of Sufism; and historical and ideological influences on Islamic thought.
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210 Reward Points

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Published as Dal?l al-Muslim al-?az?n il? muqtada-l-sul?k f?'l-qarn al-?ishr?n in 1983, this book remains a timely and important read today. Both the resurgence of Islamist politics and the political, social and intellectual upheaval which accompanied the Arab Spring challenge us to re-examine the interaction between the pre-modern Islamic tradition and modern supporters of continuity, reform and change in Muslim communities. This book does exactly that, raising questions regarding issues about which other Muslim intellectuals and thinkers have been silent. These include - among others - current religious practice vs the Islamic ideal; the many additions to the original revelation; the veracity of the Prophet's biography and his sayings; the development of Sufism; and historical and ideological influences on Islamic thought.

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The sorrowful Muslim's guide

ISBN9781474437073

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PublisherEDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS (31 October. 2018)

No. of Pages0

Weight402

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 216 x 138 x 19