5 edition of Ibn Kammūna"s Examination of the three faiths found in the catalog.
Ibn Kammūna"s Examination of the three faiths
SaК»d ibn Manб№ЈЕ«r Ibn KammЕ«nah
|Other titles||Examination of the three faiths.|
|Statement||Translated from the Arabic, with an introd. and notes by Moshe Perlmann.|
|Contributions||Perlmann, Moshe, ed.|
|LC Classifications||BL75 .I213|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 160 p.|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||73102659|
Addressing a Gentile readership in his Tanqîh al-abhâth li'l-milal al-thalâth, "The examination of the inquiries into the three faiths", Sa'd b. Mansûr Ibn Kammûna upholds the validity of Author: Tzvi Langermann. Ibn Taymiyyah Expounds on Islam. This is the english book "Ibn Tamiyyah Expounds on Islam" - A book of various fataawaa on Islamic faith, life and society. Translated by Muhammad Abdul Haqq Ansari and printed by The Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America (IIASA). Download [61 MB].
Sidney Griffith’s “Ibn al-Mahrumah’s Notes in Ibn Kammunah’s Examination of the Three Religions: The Issue of the Abrogation of Mosaic Law” () is a fascinating study of a polemic study of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam authored by a Christian exegete and glossed by a Jewish : David A. Wacks. Abraham Ibn Daud's polemics against Muslims and Christians / Resianne Fontaine 'Their prophets and fathers misled them': Moses Maimonides on Christianity and Islam / Albert van der Heide ; Epistemology as polemics: Ibn Kammuna's examination of the apologetics of the three faiths / Barbara Roggema ; John of Damascus: the heresy of the.
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Ibn Kammūna's Examination of the three faiths;: A thirteenth-century essay in the comparative study of religion Hardcover – Novem by Sa'd ibn Mansur Ibn Kammunah (Author), Moshe Perlmann (Translator)5/5(1). Ibn Kammuna's Examination of the three faiths a thirteenth-century essay in the comparative study of religion by Sa'd ibn Mansur Ibn Kammunah Published by University of California Press in : Ibn Kammūna’s Examination of the Three Faiths: A Thirteenth-Century Essay in the Comparative Study of Religion.
Translated From the Arabic with an. Ibn Kammūna's Examination of the three faiths; a thirteenth-century essay in the comparative study of religion by Ibn Kammūnah, Saʻd ibn Manṣūr, 13th centPages: Ibn Kammūna's Examination of the Three Faiths, A Thirteenth-Century Essay in the Comparative Study of Religion Translated from the Arabic, with an Introduction and Notes, by Moshe Perlmann.
(University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, ) £4Author: W. Montgomery Watt. Ibn Kammuna begins his “Examination of Three Faiths” by succinctly and effectively explaining what the major tenets of Christianity are, showing that he is knowledgeable on the subject.
This work, Ibn Kammuna’s Examination of the Three Faiths: A Thirteenth-Century Essay in the Comparative Study of Religion was translated by Moshe Perlmann () offers a window in how comparative religion would have been approached in the 13 th century Ibn Kammuna quotes copiously from Hadith and Islamic traditions.
Ibn Kammūna's Examination of the three faiths; a thirteenth-century essay in the comparative study of religion. Ibn Kammūna's Examination of the Three Faiths, A Thirteenth-Century Essay in the Comparative Study of Religion Translated From the Arabic, with an Introduction and Notes, by Moshe Perlmann.
£4 [REVIEW] W. Montgomery Watt - - Religious Studies 9 (2) Ibn Kammũna's Examination of the Three : Lenn Evan Goodman. Ibn Kammuna perhaps hoped that philosophical commitments shared by readers from the different faiths, and the unique political situation - the rulers were pagan Mongols bearing allegiance to none of the three faiths - would allow a calm examination of the scriptures sacred to each.
Mansur Ibn Kammuuna's examination of the inquiries into the three faiths. a thirteenth-century essay in comparative religion. Ibn Kammūna's Examination of the three faiths; a thirteenth-century essay in the comparative study of religion. Responsibility Translated from the Arabic, with an introd.
and notes by Moshe Perlmann. Uniform Title Examination of the three faiths. ISBN Saʻd b. Manṣūr ibn Kammūna's Examination of the inquiries into the three faiths.
Berkeley ; Los Angeles: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: ابن كمونة، سعد بن منصور.; Saʻd ibn Manṣūr Ibn Kammūnah; Moshe Perlmann. Dr Lwiis Saliba has reissued the Tanqih al-Abhath (Examination the Three Faiths, published by Byblion, in Byblos, Lebanon ; a second printing was made already in ) in a volume of nearly pages, provided with a detailed introduction and copious notes, all in Arabic, but with a very good command of academic publications in European languages.
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Interest in Ibn Kammūna in the Western Christian world dates back to the 17th century, when Barthélemy d'Herbelot () included information on two of Ibn Kammūna's works - his examination of the three faiths (Tanqīḥ al-abḥāth li-l-milal al-thalāt), i.e.
Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and his commentary on Avicenna's al Cited by: 9.2 M. Perlman, Ibn Kamm ū na’s Examination of the ree Faiths, BerkeleyIbn Kamm ū na ’s engagement with Islamic theology is further demonstrated by the commentary published in Cr Author: Tzvi Langermann.Ibn Warraq is the pen name of an anonymous author critical of is the founder of the Institute for the Secularisation of Islamic Society and used to be a senior research fellow at the Center for Inquiry, focusing on Quranic criticism.
Warraq is the Vice-President of the World Encounter Institute. Warraq has written historiographies of the early centuries of the Islamic timeline and has.