Nasr hamid abu zayd a prominent scholar of islam was convicted of apostasy in 1990 after the publication of his book mafhum al nass the book presented his core tenets which challenged the ahistoricity of religious texts and called for a reading of the quran as a cultural text. An important work of contemporary islamic thought argues against the programmatic use of islamic religious texts to support fundamentalist beliefs. Critique of religious discourse download critique of religious discourse ebook pdf or read online books in pdf epub and mobi format click download or read online button to critique of religious discourse book pdf for free now. Critique of religious discourse world thought in translation nasr hamid abu zayd jonathan wright carool kersten on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers an important work of contemporary islamic thought argues against the programmatic use of islamic religious texts to support fundamentalist beliefs first . It is not often that a relatively obscure academic specializing in the literary study of sacred scriptures comes to the attention of audiences beyond that of the select and erudite company of his or her peers
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