Muslims: Their Religious Belief and Practices, Volume 2: The Contemporary Period Andrew Rippin

ISBN: 9786610048397

Published: August 5th 1993

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Muslims: Their Religious Belief and Practices, Volume 2: The Contemporary Period  by  Andrew Rippin

Muslims: Their Religious Belief and Practices, Volume 2: The Contemporary Period by Andrew Rippin
August 5th 1993 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: 9786610048397 | 5.19 Mb

The religion of Islam is of vital concern to everyone in the contemporary world. In this important contribution to current debates on Islam, Andrew Rippin focuses on how Muslims perceive the modern period and explores how they understand the QuranMoreThe religion of Islam is of vital concern to everyone in the contemporary world.

In this important contribution to current debates on Islam, Andrew Rippin focuses on how Muslims perceive the modern period and explores how they understand the Quran and the figure of Muhammad as being relevant today. Rippin looks at modern Muslim views on religious authority, including feminisms new Islam, and shows how these views affect the actual lived practice of Islam. His book will be of great interest to all readers concerned with understanding Islam as a religious force in the world and in the lives of individuals.



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