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Themes in Qur’anic Studies

Éditeurs

Mustafa Shah (S.O.A.S.)
Abdul Hakim al-Matroudi (S.O.A.S.)

Présentation

This series aims to introduce critical issues in the academic study of The Qur’an and offers a variety of topics essential to providing an historical overview of The Qur’an and the interrelated traditional teachings and beliefs which issue from it.

Livres

- Contemporary Qur’anic Exegesis in Historical Perspective par Johanna Pink
- Philosophical Perspectives on Modern Qur’an Exegesis, Key Paradigms and Concepts par Massimo Pampanini
- Prophets and Prophecy in the Qur’an, Narratives of Divine Intervention in the Story of Humankind par Anthony Johns
- Sufism and Scripture A Historical Survey of Approaches to the Qur’an in the Sufi Tradition par Harith Bin Ramli
- The Qur’an and its Concepts, Through the Lens of Scholarly Disciplines par Ulrika Martensson
- The Qur’an and Kerygma, Christian Readings and Literary Renditions from Late Antiquity to Postmodernity par Jeffrey Einboden

 

Prophets and Prophecy in the Qur’an Narratives of Divine Intervention in the Story of Humankind by Anthony H. Johns (Juillet 2019)

Prophets and Prophecy in the Qur'an Narratives of Divine Intervention in the Story of Humankind by Anthony H. Johns (Juillet 2019)Johns (Anthony H.), Prophets and Prophecy in the Qur’an. Narratives of Divine Intervention in the Story of Humankind, Sheffield, Equinox Publishing, 2017, 256 p. ISBN 9781781791219
L’auteur
Anthony H. Johns completed a degree in Arabic and Malay at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London ; his Ph.D. thesis was on Sufism in the Malay world (1954).After four years in Indonesia he was appointed to the Australian National University in Canberra where he taught Arabic (...)

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