Islam: Islam as religion and law

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Bryan S. Turner
Taylor & Francis US, 2003 - Islam - 383 pages
 

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Contents

ISLAM AS RELIGION AND
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Islam the West and the world
23
essai de synthese 22
38
The Quranic concept of God the universe and man
48
some conceptual
60
the Jamaati Islami
62
The Quran the word of God the source of knowledge and action
63
is Islam really the villain?
70
Jordanian Islamists and the dilemma
210
The spiritual states in Siifism
215
populism Islam and civil society
216
Man and Islam
229
Popular uprisings and Arab democratization
231
The status of the individual in Islam
236
Islam and image
245
the politicization of Islam
260

TheQuran
83
a feminist reading of the Sharia
87
Personal life traits and practices of the prophet
95
Abortion Islam and the 1994 Cairo population conference
117
Law as the hukm of Allah
118
Islam and the revolt of the petit bourgeoisie
119
Islam and modern European ideologies
122
lladlth its importance origin and development
134
Women in mystical Islam
145
Eschatology
148
The principle of ethics
162
Public Islam and the problem of democratization
166
Javanese Muslim women
173
the concept of religion and the foundation
184
some aspects of Mahdist
186
Parameters and strategies of Islamstate interaction
191
The crisis of the imamate and the institution of the occultation
207
the rise and fall of the Refah party
261
Malay families womens bodies
262
the ulema of alAzhar
279
popular Islam among
280
The concepts of peace and war in Islam
282
The classical Muslim state
295
goals and strategies
307
The awakening of central Asian Islam
313
Ideology
314
the example of Islam
329
Muslim experience
333
Islam in Europe
345
Shiite Islam and the revolution in Iran
348
A comparison of Islam and Christianity as framework
364
jihad martyrdom and political action
368
Changing images of three generations of Azharites in Indonesia
382
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