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Al-Ġazālī (m. 1111), a virtuoso of Religious Sciences who strongly imprinted Muslim Thought in the Middle Ages, is the author of an immense work. Focusing on methodology, he developed an objectivizing approach: a distancing stance supported by textual knowledge, empirical inquiry and observation, which made him the precursor of the Sociology of Rel...
The Muslim Christ of the Radd al-?am?l Attributed to al-?az?l? Elements for a Pastoral Approach to Islamic-Christian Dialogue Written probably by a converted Copt of the thirteenth century, the Refutation of the divinity of Jesus Christ has been falsely attributed to the eminent theologian of Islam, al-?az?l? (m.1111). Its originality rests in the...
The Koran: new readings and theological implications One cannot compare the traditional Koranic disciplines of tafsir or tawil – commentary of the Koran or the esoteric interpretation of Islam’s sacred Book – with modern exegesis. However, in the writings of Western and Muslim researchers over the last few decades, the Koran has been approached usi...