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Islam: The Straight Path

 By Kenneth W. Morgan

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ISBN : 9788120804036, 8120804031

Year of Publication : 1998

Edition : 1st

No. of Pages : 100

Language : English

Condition : New

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Islam--the Straight Path is "a concise presentation of the history and

spread of Islam and of the beliefs and obligations of Muslims as

interpreted by some outstanding Muslim scholars of our time" from Turkey,

Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Indonesia, and China. The

essays present a vivid picture of this faith which exerts tremendous

influence on its votaries and has found its home from Morocco to Indonesia

and China.

The work is a portrayal of Islam as it is, with chapters devoted to

subjects such as The Origin of Islam, Ideas and Movements in Islamic

History, Islamic Beliefs and Code of Laws, The Rational and Mystical

Interpretations of Islam, Shi'a, Islamic Culture in Arab and African

Countries, Islamic Culture in Turkish Areas, Muslim Culture in Pakistan and

India, Islamic Culture in China, Islam in Indonesia, and, Unity in

Diversity in Islam. Each chapter epitomizes a subject which could "scarcely

be covered adequately in a whole book".

About the Author:

KENNETH W. MORGAN lived in Ramakrishna Mission Ashrams in India. He served

as Director of Chapel House and of the Found for the study of World

Religions. He became Professor of Religion, Emeritus, at Colgate University

in 1974.

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