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  • B: Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion 140472Library of Congress Classification — Class B: Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion CLASS B - PHILOSOPHY
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  • Islam, Turkey, and Armenia, and How They Happened  (1898)  by Sadik Shahid Bey Chapter XVI: Turkish Government and the Christian Subjects 1564241Islam
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  • is Islam (q.v.), suggested by Mohammed himself, and explained by him to include the performance of five duties (the ‘five cardinal points of Islam’),
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  • strove to re-establish Islam in what they considered its primitive simplicity. They laid great stress on the unity of God, and tolerated neither schism
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  • specious and basically unsound theory may be able to gain credence and support. In the case of Islam we observe truth, sincerity, toleration and simplicity
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  • Chapter VI.—Religious Toleration, 651776Persia, Part 3 — Chapter VI.—Religious Toleration,Frederic Shoberl CHAPTER VI. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. The Persians
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  • Islam and Ahmadism  (1936)  by Muhammad Iqbal 2093369Islam and AhmadismMuhammad Iqbal1936 On the appearance of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru's three
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  • Their religious sympathy with the West was seriously impaired by dogmatic controversies; from Islam they might at any rate hope for toleration, even though
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  • The Bible and Islam by Henry Preserved Smith The Doctrine of God 287803The Bible and Islam — The Doctrine of GodHenry Preserved Smith MOHAMMED,
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  • recollection of the manifold forms which religious life and thought have taken in Christendom or in Islam, and the passions which are so easily engendered
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  • the world of Islam together with law and dogma. These now form the sacred trio of religious 234 A MOSLEM SEEKER AFTEE GOD sciences, and are taught in
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  • The Bible and Islam by Henry Preserved Smith Church and State 287809The Bible and Islam — Church and StateHenry Preserved Smith WHEN David the Betlileliemite
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  • speak this truth of sublime toleration; but eighteen centuries have not taught his disciples the wisdom of believing it and acting upon it. Whom he absolved
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  • democratic partnership between Muslims and Christians in the “Islamic world” and beyond. Keywords: Prophet Muhammad; religious pluralism; civic nation; Covenants
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 ArabiaGabriel Oussani Arabia is the cradle of Islam and, in all probability, the primitive home of the Semitic race. It is a peninsula
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  • English religious life, went to live in the Near East and professed a sort of Islam. She scorned Christianity and was a woman of great ability and character
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  • particular development, which shows a survival of many pre-Islamic religious ideas. The worship of saints and the devotion paid at their tombs is a corruption which
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  • sanctuary ipso facto renounced Islam. This religious toleration was entirely the work of the Norman kings themselves, and it was only under compulsion that
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  • tribes around Mecca and Medina were favorably regarded by Mohammed, but when it became evident that they would not accept Islam, they had to pay dearly
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  • be strangely inconsistent, for while she claims toleration and liberty for herself she has been and still remains intolerant of all other religions.
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