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Evolving Muslim Theologies of Justice Jamal Al-Banna, Mohammad Hashim Kamali and Khaled Abou El Fadl

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by David L. Johnston
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Evolving Muslim Theologies of Justice Jamal Al-Banna, Mohammad Hashim Kamali and Khaled Abou El Fadl by David L. Johnston

In this book, the author reflects upon the writings of three well-known contemporary Muslim thinkers-Jamal al-Banna, Mohammad Hashim Kamali and Khaled Abou El Fadl. All three try to make sense of Islam's contemporary role in the face of modernity and globalization by examining the religion from within the tradition. These are scholars whose religious authenticity has never been questioned. At the same time, they remain open to not only non-Muslim religions and secular philosophies but also to the diversity of thought that lies within Islam which is sometimes suppressed by those who adopt an authoritarian approach te religion.

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Pages: 44
Size: 553 KB
Publisher: Penerbit USM
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9789838617543 (DRM-EPUB)

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