islam and prior religions
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Asked by: spikea-ga
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30 Oct 2005 14:41 PST
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Question ID: 586783
name of the book and author published about 5 years ago in english about the incorporation of earlier local religious and cultural practices and thought into islam and how that produced local variations in islam
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Re: islam and prior religions
From: sparse_prose-ga on 30 Oct 2005 16:02 PST
That is a pretty broad area being covered. Islam during what period in its evolution? (a general range of half a millenium would suffice) What 'local' are you talking about? Morocco? Saudi Arabia? Somewhere else? What *kind* of variations in Islam? Are you thinking of actual 'denominations', such as Sunni and Shi'ite? Or, perhaps, simply theological variations of a minor sort?
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