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Voices of Resurgent Islam (John L. Esposito)

Voices of Resurgent Islam (John L. Esposito)

Voices of Resurgent Islam (John L. Esposito)
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ISBN: 019503340X
Author: John L. Esposito
Publisher: Oxford University Press (1983)
Pages: 294 Binding: Paperback

Description from the publisher:

"Of all of the books which have recently appeared on modern Islam...few come close to being as insightful, worthwhile, and just plain enjoyable to read as this collection of essays."--Religious Studies and Theology

"An excellent anthology of biographical articles portraying the lives and works of 20th century and contemporary leaders in Islamic revival and resurgence."--Henry T. Littlejohn, Seattle Pacific University

"Very well conceived. Not only does it give the views of the leaders of Islamic resurgence in various modern Muslim states, but also Muslim and Western responses....A thought-provoking collection of essays by eminent scholars which will be very useful to students of modern trends in Islamic thought."--Abbas Hamdani, University of Wisconsin

"Excellent examination of the phenomenon of 'resurgent, militant, or fundamentalist' Islam by some seventeen authors....Should be of interest to students of Islamic culture and religion, as well as to those concerned with 'political' Islam's international impact."--Ludwig W. Adameo, University of Arizona

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304 pages; 0-19-503340-X

About the Author(s) Edited by John L. Esposito, Professor of Religion and International Affairs, Director of the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University