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- Islam and contemporary issues
- Quranic hermeneutics: classical and contemporary exegeses
- Islamic ethics
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Islam and contemporary issues
Due to the COVID crisis, the information below is subject to change, in particular that concerning the teaching mode presential, distance or in a comodal or hybrid format. Teacher s. Azaiez Mehdi ;. Introduction to the foundational pluralism present in Islam in its thought, law and spirituality Introduction to the history of classical exegetical schools and the principal currents of contemporary exegesis; particular attention will be paid to the polysemy of the Arabic language, and particularly of the Quranic Arabic language Awareness of themes and of the interdisciplinary demands of Quranic exegetical work: methodologies and exegetical working tools Presentation of the evolution of exegetical work and its modern tendencies permanencies and ruptures. At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to : 1 recognizing the complexity of exegetical work and its relevance in the light of contemporary challenges, based on concrete Quranic examples.
Quranic hermeneutics: classical and contemporary exegeses
From the Christian crusades of the Middle Ages to the fatwa on Salman Rushdie at the close of the millennium, the predominately Christian societies of Western Europe and North America have been suspicious and fearful of Muslims. Conversely, Muslim adherents of Islam find much in Western social values and practices antithetical to their tradition. T he arena of conflict between these communities is changing rapidly, primarily due to the technological innovations of the information age and the confrontation of cultures. No longer are geographical boundaries adequate to separate these cultures. At the same time, Muslims of the diaspora are creating religious and cultural enclaves using Arabsat and the Internet, as well as traditional channels. Yet, recent Islamic migrants to Western nations face the dilemma of finding their authentic voice in popular Western culture, balanced against their fears of cultural assimilation and loss of identity. They seek to know how is it possible to move toward the center of Western culture without compromising deeply-held religious beliefs and traditions.
Journal of the Contemporary Study of Islam was launched by Institute for the Contemporary Study of Islam, based in the UK, in to promote and disseminate research related to Islam and Muslims in the contemporary world. Scholars are welcomed to submit their research. Although we may consider any submissions that fall within the scope of the journal, we are keen to publish research articles that deal with some of the most pressing issues that Muslims face in the contemporary world, such as new approaches to Islamic law, new religious trends in the Muslim world e. The JCSI aims to reach a wider readership beyond academia, and thus we suggest authors use accessible language in their submissions.
Jump to navigation. Also available in the U. Download PDF of the Introduction. Download PDF of the biographies of the contributors. Some have addressed theoretical issues, while others have examined practical problems. The compilation in this publication thus reflects the concerns, interests and approaches of a new generation of Indonesian Muslim scholars.
This website is coordinated by Modus Operandi. Ashgar Ali Engineer , India, April Keywords: Use of religion for war, use of religion for peace Peace according Islam. There were other speakers as well. Another person said Islam declared human rights 14 hundred years ago whereas UNO declared it only sixty years ago.
Let the Quran Speak for Itself
Documents on Islam in the United States are also included. Mahan in the early s. The PEW Forum has a new demographic report The Future of the Global Muslim Population, including current data on a global as well as regional and country-by country basis. The film for general audiences provides a clear argument about the definition of jihad and its application and other relevant issues related to Islamic law and practice, and the problem of terrorism and civil society. The video is posted on Vimeo. The website contains useful explanations of the implications of this statement of Islamic unity.
Later Muslim scholars expanded the religious ethic of the Qur'an and Hadith in immense detail. The foundational source in the gradual codification of Islamic ethics was the Muslim understanding and interpretations of the Qur'an and practices of Muhammad. Its meaning has always been in context of active submission to God Arabic: Allah , performed by the community in unison. The motive force in Islamic ethics is the notion that every human being is called to "command the good and forbid the evil " in all spheres of life. Muslims understand the role of Muhammad as attempting to facilitate this submission.
Text and Context: Quran and Contemporary Challenges. By Arif Mohammed Khan. Are Muslims in India and the world over condemned by their faith to remain steeped in illiteracy, intolerance and radicalism?
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