6 edition of The culture of Islam found in the catalog.
The culture of Islam
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-228) and index
|LC Classifications||DT312 .R64 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 230 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||2002005968|
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The World of Islam was first published in and is a collection of essays by various experts in some aspect of Islamic history or culture. It strikes me as a college textbook that would be used in a university survey class like "Islamic Society: Then and Now." It has a fairly dry and academic flavor, so unless you are really interested in this subject matter, I would not advise reading it One Response to Book: The Culture of Islam.
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Your email address will not be The Culture of Islam is both an antidote to simplified versions of Islam circulating today and a consistent story of the continuities that account for much of ordinary Muslim life.
It offers, in its human stories and its insights, its own contribution, as the author says, "to the mutual understanding and forgiveness that alone will make true Additional Physical Format: Online version: Iqbal, Afzal.
Culture of Islam. Lahore, Institute of Islamic Culture  (OCoLC) Document Type: Isma'il Raji al-Faruqi (January 1, – ) was a Palestinian-American philosopher, widely recognised by his peers as an authority The culture of Islam book Islam and comparative religion.
He spent several years at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, then taught at several universities in Islam, like Christianity and Judaism, is both a religion and culture.
In Jordan, the cultural role Islam plays in society demonstrates the ability for both Christians and Muslims to identify with a common culture.
This is an important point because it challenges the status quo of Islam being incompatible with :// Islam in China: History, Spread and Culture is a general overview of the rich contributions of Islam to Chinese culture and history extending back to the religion's earliest roots in the region.
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The universal culture and traditions are based on the Quran and Sunnah while the variables are based on local customs and traditions of various people living in different Islam - Islam - Doctrines of the Qurʾān: The doctrine about God in the Qurʾān is rigorously monotheistic: God is one and unique; he has no partner and no equal.
Trinitarianism, the Christian belief that God is three persons in one substance, is vigorously repudiated. Muslims believe that there are no intermediaries between God and the creation that he brought into being by his sheer It is a complete authoritative book on the life of Prophet Muhammad (S) by Sheikh Safi-ur-Rahman al-Mubarkpuri.
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Topics covered in this book include organizational culture, planning, organizing, leading, motivating, controlling, competition, conflict management, and human resource management.
Available (hardcover). Can’t think of a better book, it is also untainted by the bias of the current century due to the political climate, since this book was written years ago, by a non-Muslim too! So your getting pure analysis.
A fascinating read! You can also fin The Encounter of Islam with the West. The Muslim encounter with “the West” dates back to the beginning of Islam's expansion. As Arab armies spread their hegemony over major parts of the Byzantine Empire in Southwest Asia and North Africa, large segments of the Eastern Christian churches (Byzantines, Jacobites, Copts, Gregorians, and Nestorians) came under their The Forgotten Queens of Islam, by Fatima Mernissi, is a significant historical work for Moslems and for Benizar Bhutto gained power, she was lauded by many as the first female Moslem ruler.
Mernissi, however, has rediscovered numerous Moslem queens and emphasizes the 15 she identifies as the most ://