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Major themes of the Qurʾān
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Islam and Modernity : Transformation of an intellectual Tradition
"As Professor Fazlur Rahman shows in the latest of a series of important contributions to Islamic intellectual history, the characteristic problems of the Muslim modernists the adaptation to theExpand
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A Concordance of the Qur'an
Foreword Acknowledgments Abbreviations Table of Transliterations Introduction A. The Qur'an: An Introductory Comment B. How to Use the Concordance C. The Language of the Qur'an Appendix: A NumericalExpand
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SOME KEY ETHICAL CONCEPTS OF THE QUR'AN
Three concepts {iman, isldm, and taqwa) are presented by the author as basic to the ethical perspective of the Qur'an. Each is analyzed in considerable detail, and the relations among these conceptsExpand
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Health and medicine in the Islamic tradition : change and identity
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A Survey of Modernization of Muslim Family Law
Some strides have been taken to improve the status of women in Islam, but the weight of conservatism is still very strong. How strong it is may be gauged from the following illustration. In theExpand
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Prophecy in Islam : philosophy and orthodoxy
The Doctrine of the Intellect. The Intellectual Revelation. The Technical or Imaginative Revelation. Miracles, Prayer, Theurgy. The Mission and the Law. Ibn Hazm. Al-Ghazali. Kalam-al-Shahrastani.Expand
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Islamic Modernism: Its Scope, Method and Alternatives
The classical Muslim modernists of the nineteenth century envisaged Islamic Reform as a comprehensive venture: it took in its purview law, society, politics and intellectual, moral and spiritualExpand
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TRANSLATING THE QUR'AN
The Qur'an, the Scripture of Islam, proclaims itself as a guide for all mankind: "It is an admonition for the whole world" (81 :27).! It extends an invitation to Jews and Christians, and states: "SayExpand
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