The Concept of Sainthood in Early Islamic Mysticism: Two Works by Al-Ḥakīm Al-Tirmidhī ; an Annotated Translation with Introduction
Muhammad ibn 'Ali al-Hakim al- Tirmidi, Muḥammad ibn ʻAlī Ḥakīm al-Tirmidhī, al-Hakim Abu Abd Allah Muhammad al-Tirmidhi, Muḥammad Ibn-ʿAlī al- Ḥakīm at-Tirmiḏī, Bernd Radtke, John O'Kane
Psychology Press, 1996 - Social Science - 282 pages
This book provides translations of the earliest Arabic autobiography and the earliest theoretical explanation of the psychic development and powers of an Islamic holy man (Saint, Friend of God).
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