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Fasting in the Koran (Wagtendonk K.)

Wagtendonk K., Fasting in the Koran, Leiden, E. J. Brill, ("Dissertationes ad historiam religionum pertinentes, v. 2. Supplementa ad Nvmen, altera series"), 1968, 164 p. Biblio, Index.

Presentation

The subject of this dissertation is an inquiry into the origin and the meaning of fasting in the Koran. It deals not only with the fast of Ramadan, but also with other forms of fasting which are mentioned in the Koran. However, the inquiry into the origin and the meaning of the fast of Ramadan forms the principal part of this study. (p. 1)

Table des matières

  1. The phenomenology of fasting
  2. Fasting and asceticism in preIslamic Arabia
  3. The theories about the origin of the fast of Ramadan
  4. Sura 2 (183-187) (179-183)
  5. The fast of Ramadan and the revelation of the Koran
  6. years of the era of the Hidjra
  7. The meaning of fasting in the Koran Phenomenological
  8. Index of Authors

View online : Aperçu de l’ouvrage (éd. 1968)

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