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Author Ṭabarī, ʻAlī ibn Sahl Rabbān, active 9th century, author.

Title The polemical works of 'Ali al-Tabari / edited by Rifaat Ebied, David Thomas
Published Boston ; Leiden : Brill, [2016]


Description 1 online resource
Series The History of Christian-Muslim Relations
History of Christian-Muslim relations.
Contents ‎Contents; ‎Preface; ‎ʻAlī ibn Rabban al-Ṭabarī, Fragments of a Life; ‎The Manuscripts and Language of ʻAlī al-Ṭabarī's Polemical Works; ‎Al-radd ʻalā l-Naṣārā, Introduction; ‎The Refutation of the Christians; ‎Kitāb al-dīn wa-l-dawla, Introduction; ‎The Book of Religion and Empire; ‎Chapter 1; ‎Chapter 2; ‎Chapter 3; ‎Chapter 4; ‎Chapter 5; ‎Chapter 6; ‎Chapter 7; ‎Chapter 8; ‎Chapter 9; ‎Chapter 10; ‎Bibliography; ‎Quotations and References from the Bible; ‎Quotations and References from the Qurʼān; ‎Index
Summary "After the Christian ʿAlī al-Ṭabarī converted to Islam, he wrote two works against his former faith. The arguments he produced remained influential for centuries. These new editions and translations are accompanied by extensive studies of the works' place in Islamic thought."--Publisher description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Muḥammad, Prophet, -632 -- Prophetic office.
Muḥammad, Prophet, -632
Islam -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800
Christianity -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800
RELIGION -- Islam -- General.
Christianity -- Controversial literature
Messiah -- Prophecies
Genre/Form Apologetic writings
Early works
Form Electronic book
Author Ebied, R. Y., editor
Thomas, David (David Richard), 1948- editor.
Ṭabarī, ʻAlī ibn Sahl Rabbān, active 9th century. Dīn wa-al-dawlah
Ṭabarī, ʻAlī ibn Sahl Rabbān, active 9th century. Radd ʻalá al-Naṣārá
Ṭabarī, ʻAlī ibn Sahl Rabbān, active 9th century. Radd ʻalá al-Naṣārá. English
LC no. 2015045093
ISBN 9789004309555
Other Titles Dīn wa-al-dawlah. English