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Heavenly Journeys, Earthly Concerns: The Legacy of the Mi'raj in the Formation of Islam (Religion in History, Society and Culture) epub

ISBN: 0415967856

ISBN13: 978-0415967853

Author: Brooke Olson Vuckovic

Category: History

Subcategory: World

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 20, 2004)

Pages: 188 pages

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Heavenly Journeys, Earthly Concerns. This book examines how an elite group of traditionists, historians and theologians shaped Muslims' perceptions of their prophet, their community and their behavior by retelling and interpreting the story of Muhammad's ascent to heaven (the mi'raj). Constructing the Prophet of God: Confirmation and Initiation in the Mi‘raj. Библиографические данные. Heavenly Journeys, Earthly Concerns: The Legacy of the Mi'raj in the Formation of Islam Religion in History, Society and Culture.

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In describing Islam's formation, Berkey divides his book into four broad sections: "The Near East . In the second section, Berkey analyzes the early years of the Islamic movement.

In describing Islam's formation, Berkey divides his book into four broad sections: "The Near East before Islam;" "The Emergence of Islam, 600-750;" "The Consolidation of Islam, 750-1000;" and "Medieval Islam, 1000-1500. In the first section, Berkey describes the late antique milieu that produced Islam. He portrays the new religion's earliest years as a time of flux, and he asserts that the movement had a long process of maturation. Muhammad did not present the Arabs with a crystalline theology and polity; rather, the Islam developed in relationship to its political and religious context.

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This book examines how an elite group of traditionists, historians and theologians shaped Muslims' perceptions of their prophet, their community and their behavior by retelling and interpreting the story of Muhammad's ascent to heaven (the mi'raj).