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Hardship and Deliverance in the Islamic
Hardship and Deliverance in the Islamic
Hardship and Deliverance in the Islamic
Hardship and Deliverance in the Islamic
Hardship and Deliverance in the Islamic

Hardship and Deliverance in the Islamic Tradition: Mu'tazilism, Theology and Spirituality in the Writings of Al-Tanûkî (Library of Middle East History)

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Galleon Product ID 17262605
UPC / ISBN 1848851170
Shipping Weight 1.06 lbs
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Binding: Hardcover
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Manufacturer Brand: Tauris Academic Studies
Shipping Dimension 8.66 x 5.43 x 1.02 inches
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Author Nouha Khalifa
Brand Brand: Tauris Academic Studies
Number Of Pages 304
Publication Date 2010-02-15
Release Date 2010-03-16
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About Hardship And Deliverance In The Islamic

Al-Tanûkî was a judge who was born in Basra and lived in Baghdad during the tenth century CE. During his life he wrote three books which compiled poetry, stories, anecdotes and hadith. In this introduction to al-Tanûkî’s works and thought, Nouha Khalifa identifies the central theme of hardship and deliverance within wider narratives about love, generosity and the journey. Al-Tanûkî was principally concerned with how humankind can alleviate hardship and suffering in life and achieve deliverance. His unshakable conviction in the necessity of deliverance was rooted in his Mu‘tazilite doctrine, an early school of Sunni Islamic theology which sought to ground Islamic tenets in reason, and which drew upon different aspects of early Islamic philosophy, Greek philosophy and Hellenistic philosophy. This is a fascinating commentary on medieval Middle Eastern culture, history, philosophy and religious thought.