Islamic Ecumenism In The 20th Century

This survey of more than one century of inner-Islamic ecumenical activities in modern times concentrates on the role of the Cairo-based Azhar University and its relations to Shiite scholars.

Islamic Ecumenism In The 20th Century

Islamic Ecumenism In The 20th Century

This survey of more than one century of inner-Islamic ecumenical activities in modern times concentrates on the role of the Cairo-based Azhar University and its relations to Shiite scholars. Particular emphasis is laid on the mutual dependency of theology and politics in the modern Islamic discourse.

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Islamic Ecumenism In The 20th Century
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Authors: Rainer Brünner
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher: BRILL

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