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Muslim Understanding of Other Religions

Muslim Understanding of Other Religions
 
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Kitab al-Fasl Fi Milal wa al-Ahwa wa al-Nihal is a Manumental Work in the field of Comparative Religion by the Classical Islamic Scholar Ibn Hazm from Muslim Spain This book brings to light a great deal regarding the Muslim attitude(s) towards other religions, Judaism Christianity and The Asian Religions One of the Major contributions of Ibn Hazm was that he developed canons for a proper and critical study of religions. Ghulam Haider Aasi is Associate Professor and Chairperson of Islamic Studies and History of Religions at the American Islamic College, Chicago USA. He has authered several research papers, published in repute journals of international standing

Muslim Understanding of Other Religions

Cover: Hardback
Author: Ghulam Haider Aasi
Pages: 231
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