Islam, a Christian Perspective
Westminster John Knox Press, 1983 - Religion - 185 pages
For those who are trying to grasp the complexities of the strife in the Middle East, this book addresses the religious, political, social, and economic problems there, as well as throughout the Arab world. Among the topics covered are the personality of Mohammed, movements within Islam, and current trends such as socialism and fundamentalism.
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THE GROWTH OF A MUSLIM CULTURE
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF MUSLIM THOUGHT
THE RETURN TO FUNDAMENTALISM
GAZING INTO JAMSHIDS CUP