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Burning Questions About Islam

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Burning Questions About Islam

Author : Wilbur Delancy Robert Lingle
ISBN : 1682545288
Genre : Religion
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Have you heard that Allah's followers constitute the world's fastest-growing religion? That Muhammad was mankind's greatest and final prophet? That the Bible is unreliable and the Qur'an is God's ultimate revelation? In Burning Questions about Islam: A Panoramic Study for Concerned Christians, Wilbur Lingle tackles those claims. Here, in language everyone can understand, Lingle provides readers with a comprehensive survey of the history, beliefs, and fallacies of Islam. Using passages from the Qur'an and the Hadith, he provides information and details aimed at creating a better understanding of the beliefs and practices of the followers of Islam. He also gives readers practical suggestions on how to engage its followers with the truth of the Christian Gospel. Burning Questions about Islam gives readers the tools they need to witness to Muslims in an informed and non-confrontational manner.

Islam Is A Foreign Country

Author : Zareena Grewal
ISBN : 9781479800902
Genre : Social Science
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In Islam Is a Foreign Country, Zareena Grewal explores some of the most pressing debates about and among American Muslims: what does it mean to be Muslim and American? Who has the authority to speak for Islam and to lead the stunningly diverse population of American Muslims? Do their ties to the larger Muslim world undermine their efforts to make Islam an American religion? Offering rich insights into these questions and more, Grewal follows the journeys of American Muslim youth who travel in global, underground Islamic networks. Devoutly religious and often politically disaffected, these young men and women are in search of a home for themselves and their tradition. Through their stories, Grewal captures the multiple directions of the global flows of people, practices, and ideas that connect U.S. mosques to the Muslim world. By examining the tension between American Muslims’ ambivalence toward the American mainstream and their desire to enter it, Grewal puts contemporary debates about Islam in the context of a long history of American racial and religious exclusions. Probing the competing obligations of American Muslims to the nation and to the umma (the global community of Muslim believers), Islam is a Foreign Country investigates the meaning of American citizenship and the place of Islam in a global age.

Leadership Unity In Islam

Author : Islamic Guidance Society
ISBN : 9780595225590
Genre : Religion
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The concept of leadership in Islam varies greatly among Muslims. Arguably, the lack of consensus derives from deviations in the interpretation and application of Islamic texts in modern times as well as from pressures exerted by external forces. When the Islamic ethics of disagreement are not observed, the result is the disunion and weakness of the Muslim masses. Tackling this problem requires objective studies and well-prepared consultations. To that end, IGS (Islamic Guidance Society) and ICOJ (Islamic Circle of Japan) intended to make a modest contri-bution by organizing an international conference on Muslim leadership and unity in August 2001 in Kobe, Japan. This book contains the research papers, essays, and other works prepared for the conference. Arranged in 5 parts, the 12 chapters of the book combine general and applied works, some focusing on Japan. Rather than opening passionate discussions on the current leadership of the Muslim world, the compilation highlights the prerequisites for successful leadership while investigating the factors affecting Muslim unity. It provides useful information for Muslim scholars as well as leaders at all levels: familial, institutional, national, and international. Cover picture: The Great Faisal Mosque, Conakry, Guinea

Burning Questions On Hindutva

Author : G. M. Jagtiani
ISBN : UVA:X001196584
Genre : Hinduism
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Between Suicide Bombings And Burning Banlieues The Multiple Crises Of Europe S Parallel Societies

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Lectures On The History Of The Nineteenth Century Delivered At The Cambridge University Extension Summer Meeting August 1902

Author : Frederick Alexander Kirkpatrick
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Genre : Eastern question
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Lectures On The History Of The Nineteenth Century

Author : F. A. Kirkpatrick
ISBN : 9781107678316
Genre : History
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At this 1902 gathering, each lecturer spoke on recent developments in his own country or in a country in which he specialized.

Islam And Economic Development

Author : Muhammad Umer Chapra
ISBN : 9789694620060
Genre : Distributive justice
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The Qur An Morality And Critical Reason

Author : Muòhammad Shaòhråur
ISBN : 9789004171039
Genre : Social Science
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This book presents the work and ideas of the Syrian writer Muhammad Shahrur to the English-speaking world. Shahrur is at the moment the most innovative intellectual thinker in the Arab Middle East. Often described as the a ~Martin Luther of Islam,a (TM) he offers a liberal, progressive reading of Islam that aims to counter the influences of religious fundamentalism and radical politics. Shahrura (TM)s innovative interpretation of the Qura (TM)an offers groundbreaking new ideas, based on his conviction that centuries of historical Islam, including scholarship in the traditional Islamic religious sciences, have obscured or even obliterated the Qura (TM)ana (TM)s progressive and revolutionary message. That message is one that has endured through each period of human history in which Islam has existed, encouraging Muslims to apply the most contemporary perspective available to interpret the Qura (TM)ana (TM)s meaning.

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