3 edition of The people of the book and the people of a dubious book in Islamic religious tradition found in the catalog.
The people of the book and the people of a dubious book in Islamic religious tradition
Muhammad Azizan Sabjan.
by Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia, Distributors, Universiti Sains Malaysia Co-operative Bookshop, MPH Distributors in [Minden], Pulau Pinang
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -181) and index.
|Statement||Muhammad Azizan Sabjan.|
|Series||Academic imprint series / Penerbit USM|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 194 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||2009318677|
Islam regards Jews and Christians as People of the Book, as people who have also received revelations and scriptures from God. It is recognized that followers of the three great Abrahamic religions, the children of Abraham, share a common belief in the one God, in such biblical prophets as Moses and Jesus, in human accountability, and in a. Many of these diverse religious tradition has now disappeared, whatever of it survived till the last century vanishing away fast from the Middle East in this 21 st century. THE first religious group to be recognized as ‘Sabean’ citizens of .
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Considering that the “People of the Book” have a special status in the Islamic tradition, critics have wondered about the rights of non-Abrahamic communities living inside the territories of the ummah. Muslims during the time of Prophet Muhammad used the term “polytheists” to refer to people who do not have a tradition of a revealed Cited by: 2. Often, much of what is misunderstood about Islam is the result of a lack of information - and some dangerous and prolific myths. To combat these myths and better understand the complex Islamic tradition, Dr. Martyn Oliver, a senior professorial lecturer at American University, presents 12 in-depth lectures to provide you with a multifaceted approach to Muhammad, Islam, and the .
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