This course will focus on understanding Islam through the examination of what Muslim jurists, theologians, exegetes and traditionalists think of their own traditions. This course will focus on the core beliefs, practices, scriptures and sentiments that have defined historically Muslim communities. In addition, the course aims to examine the spiritual dimensions, the theological discourses and the legal maxims of the Muslim traditions. Also taught as ARBC 3030 and HIST 3030.

Dates Spring 2018 | 1/8/18 - 5/4/18
Credits 3.0
Delivery Online
Baldwin, Debra
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