Roads to Paradise Eschatology and Concepts of the Hereafter in Islam 2 vols

Roads to Paradise: Eschatology and Concepts of the Hereafter in Islam offers a multi-disciplinary study of Muslim thought on paradise, death, and the hereafter. It promises to become the definitive reference work on Islamic eschatology.

Author: Sebastian Günther

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004333154

Category: History

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Roads to Paradise: Eschatology and Concepts of the Hereafter in Islam offers a multi-disciplinary study of Muslim thought on paradise, death, and the hereafter. It promises to become the definitive reference work on Islamic eschatology.
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Women and Gender in the Qur an

For further explorations of the concept of beauty, see bin Tyeer, The Qurʾan and
the Aesthetics of Premodern Arabic Prose, 43–47 and 50–55. 69. ... See also
Roads to Paradise: Eschatology and Concepts of the Hereafter in Islam, 2 vols.,
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Author: Celene Ibrahim

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780190063818

Category: Religion

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Stories related to gendered social relations permeate the Qur'an, and nearly three hundred verses involve specific women or girls. These stories weave together theology and ethics to reinforce central Qur'anic ideas regarding submission to God and moral accountability. Women and Gender in the Qur'an outlines how women and girls - old, young, barren, fertile, chaste, profligate, reproachable, and saintly-enter Qur'anic sacred history and advance the Qur'an'soverarching didactic aims.
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Saintly Spheres and Islamic Landscapes

Roads to paradise: Eschatology and concepts of the hereafter in Islam, 2 vols.,
Leiden 2016, 1–28. Haleem, M.A.S.A., The Qurʾan: A new translation, New York
2005. Haleem, M.A. Qurʾanic paradise: How to get to paradise and what to ...

Author: Daphna Ephrat

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004444270

Category: Reference

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Saintly Spheres and Islamic Landscapes explores the creation, expansion, and perpetuation of the material and imaginary spheres of spiritual domination and sanctity that surrounded Sufi saints and became central to religious authority, Islamic piety, and the belief in the miraculous.
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