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Rational Theology in Interfaith Communication

Abu l-Husayn al-Basri"s Mu"tazili Theology among the Karaites in the Fatimid Age (Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture)
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Rational Theology in Interfaith Communication: Abu l-Husayn al-Basri's Mu'tazili Theology among the Karaites in the Fatimid Age (Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture) [Madelung, Senior Research Fellow Wilferd, Schmidtke, Professor of Islamic Intellectual History Sabine] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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A theology holding that knowledge of God may be acquired by human reason and observation alone without the aid of revealed knowledge. n the attempt to. Get this from a library. Rational theology in interfaith communication: Abu l-Husayn al-Basri's Mu'tazili theology among the Karaites in the Fatimid Age.

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Rational speculative theology (kalam) in early Islam was represented most distinctly by the theological school of the Mu‘tazila.

Founded in Basra in the early 8th century, the school soon became predominant in theological scholarship and discourse and remained so until the early 11th by: 1.

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Theology is - in a literal etymological sense - the study of practice it involves the intellectual study of the assumed divine, of the nature of man within the context of some religious doctrine, and of religious "truths" from the position of a believer within a particular gians - the gurus of theology - seek to improve their subjective understanding of divine revelation.

Rational Theology in Interfaith Communication The Mu‘tazili world view and rational theology was facing increasing competition and criticism from philosophy of Greek origin, which claimed to provide the only scientific world view based on cogent logical demonstration independent of religious beliefs.

This book offers insights into. Rational Theology in Interfaith Communication by Wilferd Madelung; Sabine Schmidtke Publication Date: Rational Theory in Interfaith Communication examines interfaith communication from the perspective of speculative theology (kalam) in early Islam, represented most distinctly by the theological school of the Mu tazila.

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Books shelved as interfaith: The Faith Club: A Muslim, A Christian, A Jew--Three Women Search for Understanding by Suzanne Oliver, Sacred Ground: Plurali. Subjects may be studied in any order.

Each course of study amounts to 5 credits. The Interfaith Theology program requires the student complete no less than 50 credits (11 of 13 courses) from the Theology curriculum below, plus 10 credits (5 courses) from the Master of Divinity program, equaling 60 credits total.

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Author: Wilferd Madelung; Sabine Schmidtke. Module Ethics and Theologies of Interfaith Cooperation Summary and Reflection In this summative module, students will review the concept and purpose of ethics and theologies of interfaith cooperation, and reflect on how the skills needed to facilitate dialogue and build relationships with others will influence and help grow their.

A Theology of Interfaith Cooperation. We can work with others even while disagreeing on significant issues. As he first wrote decades ago in his book The Heretical Imperative.

Translator's introduaion Das Ende alter Dinge was first published in June in the Berlinische Monatschr pp. By J. Biester, editor of the Berlinische MonatschriJt, had moved his publication to Jena to avoid the Prussian religious censors.

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