Development of Muslim theology, jurisprudence and constitutional theory
by Duncan Black Macdonald
Publisher: Scribner 1903
Number of pages: 418
From the contents: constitutional development, development of jurisprudence, theology, illustrative documents, on the classification of muslim sects, the prophet in a tradition, a short creed by Al-ash'ari, a short creed by Al-ghazzali, articles of belief of Najm Ad-din Abu Hafs An-nasafi, the creed of Muhammad Al-fudali, analysis of the Taqrib of Abu Shuja Al-ispahani, on muslim history and on present condition of muslim world, on muslim traditions and law, on muslim theology, philosophy and mysticism.
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