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Conversion to Islam. - Levtzion, Nehemia (Ed.)
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1979, ISBN: 0841903433

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[EAN: 9780841903432], Gebraucht, wie neu, [SC: 6.03], [PU: New York; London: Holmes & Meier,], History|Essays, Religion|Islam|History, Across the barriers of climate and culture in Asia and in Africa, Islam won converts and was adopted by entire ethnic groups. From its dramatic emergence in the Arabian Peninsula in the seventh century to its rapid spread across Africa in modern times, Islam has had a major impact not only upon religious patterns but also in the fields of art, architecture, law, science and international relations. The extraordinary expansion of Islam in different cultural contexts and historical circumstances is a subject that lends itself to comparative study. The essays in this volume span thirteen centuries of Islamic history. Geographically, they encompass Iran, Anatolia, Indonesia, China, East and West Africa, the Sudan and the Arabic-speaking countries. Methodologically, they range from analyses of historical processes of Islam-ization to a review of modern European and Muslim interpretations of conversion to Islam, anthropological studies, and literary analyses of local myths, chronicles, and didactic literature. Drawing together the major themes singled out by the contributors, Nehemia Levtzion's introduction discusses the available source material on conversion, the important distinction between conversion through military conquest and conversion as a social or political act, Islam's encounter with other religions, the role of traders, saints and sufis as agents of conversion, group and individual conversion, and the impact of Islamic revivalism. Good copy. ISBN 0841903433 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 viii, 272 p. Hardcover with dustjacket.

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Conversion to Islam. - hardcover

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[EAN: 9780841903432], Gebraucht, wie neu, [SC: 6.57], [PU: New York; London: Holmes & Meier,], History|Essays, Religion|Islam|History, Across the barriers of climate and culture in Asia and in Africa, Islam won converts and was adopted by entire ethnic groups. From its dramatic emergence in the Arabian Peninsula in the seventh century to its rapid spread across Africa in modern times, Islam has had a major impact not only upon religious patterns but also in the fields of art, architecture, law, science and international relations. The extraordinary expansion of Islam in different cultural contexts and historical circumstances is a subject that lends itself to comparative study. The essays in this volume span thirteen centuries of Islamic history. Geographically, they encompass Iran, Anatolia, Indonesia, China, East and West Africa, the Sudan and the Arabic-speaking countries. Methodologically, they range from analyses of historical processes of Islam-ization to a review of modern European and Muslim interpretations of conversion to Islam, anthropological studies, and literary analyses of local myths, chronicles, and didactic literature. Drawing together the major themes singled out by the contributors, Nehemia Levtzion's introduction discusses the available source material on conversion, the important distinction between conversion through military conquest and conversion as a social or political act, Islam's encounter with other religions, the role of traders, saints and sufis as agents of conversion, group and individual conversion, and the impact of Islamic revivalism. Good copy. ISBN 0841903433 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 viii, 272 p. Hardcover with dustjacket.

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viii, 272 p. Hardcover with dustjacket. Across the barriers of climate and culture in Asia and in Africa, Islam won converts and was adopted by entire ethnic groups. From its dramatic emergence in the Arabian Peninsula in the seventh century to its rapid spread across Africa in modern times, Islam has had a major impact not only upon religious patterns but also in the fields of art, architecture, law, science and international relations. The extraordinary expansion of Islam in different cultural contexts and historical circumstances is a subject that lends itself to comparative study. The essays in this volume span thirteen centuries of Islamic history. Geographically, they encompass Iran, Anatolia, Indonesia, China, East and West Africa, the Sudan and the Arabic-speaking countries. Methodologically, they range from analyses of historical processes of Islam-ization to a review of modern European and Muslim interpretations of conversion to Islam, anthropological studies, and literary analyses of local myths, chronicles, and didactic literature. Drawing together the major themes singled out by the contributors, Nehemia Levtzion's introduction discusses the available source material on conversion, the important distinction between conversion through military conquest and conversion as a social or political act, Islam's encounter with other religions, the role of traders, saints and sufis as agents of conversion, group and individual conversion, and the impact of Islamic revivalism. Good copy. ISBN 0841903433 Versand D: 3,00 EUR, [PU:New York; London: Holmes & Meier,]

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New York; London, Holmes & Meier, viii, 272 p. Hardcover with dustjacket. Across the barriers of climate and culture in Asia and in Africa, Islam won converts and was adopted by entire ethnic groups. From its dramatic emergence in the Arabian Peninsula in the seventh century to its rapid spread across Africa in modern times, Islam has had a major impact not only upon religious patterns but also in the fields of art, architecture, law, science and international relations. The extraordinary expansion of Islam in different cultural contexts and historical circumstances is a subject that lends itself to comparative study. The essays in this volume span thirteen centuries of Islamic history. Geographically, they encompass Iran, Anatolia, Indonesia, China, East and West Africa, the Sudan and the Arabic-speaking countries. Methodologically, they range from analyses of historical processes of Islam-ization to a review of modern European and Muslim interpretations of conversion to Islam, anthropological studies, and literary analyses of local myths, chronicles, and didactic literature. Drawing together the major themes singled out by the contributors, Nehemia Levtzion's introduction discusses the available source material on conversion, the important distinction between conversion through military conquest and conversion as a social or political act, Islam's encounter with other religions, the role of traders, saints and sufis as agents of conversion, group and individual conversion, and the impact of Islamic revivalism. Good copy. ISBN 0841903433Islam 1979, [PU: Africana Publishing]

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New York; London, Holmes & Meier, viii, 272 p. Hardcover with dustjacket. Across the barriers of climate and culture in Asia and in Africa, Islam won converts and was adopted by entire ethnic groups. From its dramatic emergence in the Arabian Peninsula in the seventh century to its rapid spread across Africa in modern times, Islam has had a major impact not only upon religious patterns but also in the fields of art, architecture, law, science and international relations. The extraordinary expansion of Islam in different cultural contexts and historical circumstances is a subject that lends itself to comparative study. The essays in this volume span thirteen centuries of Islamic history. Geographically, they encompass Iran, Anatolia, Indonesia, China, East and West Africa, the Sudan and the Arabic-speaking countries. Methodologically, they range from analyses of historical processes of Islam-ization to a review of modern European and Muslim interpretations of conversion to Islam, anthropological studies, and literary analyses of local myths, chronicles, and didactic literature. Drawing together the major themes singled out by the contributors, Nehemia Levtzion`s introduction discusses the available source material on conversion, the important distinction between conversion through military conquest and conversion as a social or political act, Islam`s encounter with other religions, the role of traders, saints and sufis as agents of conversion, group and individual conversion, and the impact of Islamic revivalism. Good copy. ISBN 0841903433Islam 1979, [PU: Africana Publishing]

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