Introduction to Islamic Theology and Law
Princeton University Press, 1981 - Religion - 302 pages
Translation of six lectures on the following aspects of Muslim religion and culture: Mohammed and the Qur'an; the holy law of Islam; the principles of Muslim theology; asceticism and Sufism; Islamic sects; and developments in modern times.
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