Title: Islamic and Comparative Religious Studies
Price: 5,700 Toman ( 2 Point )
William A Graham, a leading international scholar in the field of Islamic Studies, gathers together his selected writings under three sections: 1.History and Interpretation of Islamic Religion; 2.The Qur’an as Scripture, and 3. Scripture in the History of Religion. Each section opens with a new introduction by Graham, and a bibliography of his works is included. Graham’s work in Islamic studies focuses largely on the analysis and interpretation of the religious dimensions of ritual action, scriptural piety, textual authority/revelation, tradition, and major concepts, such as grace and transcendence. His work in the comparative history of religion has focused in particular on the ‘problem’ of scripture as a cross-cultural religious phenomenon that is more complex than simply ‘sacred text’. This invaluable resource will be of primary interest to students of the Islamic tradition, especially as regards Qur’anic piety, Muslim ‘ritual’ practice, and fundamental structures of Islamic thought, and to students of the comparative history of religion, especially as regards the phenomenon of ‘scripture’ and its analogs.