6 edition of The Vatican, Islam, and the Middle East found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Kail C. Ellis.|
|Series||Contemporary issues in the Middle East|
|Contributions||Ellis, Kail C., Villanova University. Institute for Contemporary Arab and Islamic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||BP172 .V38 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 344 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||87010153|
The end of the sudden Islamic Caliphate expansion ended around this time. The final Islamic dominion eroded the areas of the Iron Age Roman Empire in the Middle East and controlled strategic areas of the Mediterranean. At the end of the 8th century, the former Western Roman Empire was decentralized and overwhelmingly rural. In the Arab Middle East, however, Islamist intellectuals increasingly cite Western-inspired secularism as the source of the region's social dislocatio From this perspective, benefits of secularizing trends include the separation of church and state, the rule of law, and freedom from organized religion/5(12).
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In his preface to the English edition of Francois Burgat’s Understanding Political Islam, author Pascal Menoret tells us the book is “the work of a sums up the breakthroughs of a. Alex Dika Seggerman is Assistant Professor of Islamic Art History in Rutgers University–Newark’s Department of Arts, Culture and Medi New Book by SASN Art Historian Examines Modernism in the Middle East. By.
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They were persecuted by not only the Vatican, but also by the invading Islamic armies from Asia Minor and the Middle East. It was called the “dark ages” because the Islamic armies pushed Europeans further inland, fleeing for their very lives.
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This book explores these questions. The research presented in this book was first undertaken as part of a group project on tolerance and intolerance in human. Although Islam may think of us as "people of the Book," they nevertheless view Christians as infidels and idolators.
Reply-> Jeff Page • at The book lives up to its title and reputation as just about the best one-volume introduction to the history of Islam.
No jargon here, no battling footnotes. Just a lucid, clear-eyed narrative of Islam's origins, its seemingly confusing branching out (geographically and spiritually), and its.
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