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Author Mahmutćehajić, Rusmir, 1948- author.

Title The praised and the virgin / by Rusmir Mahmutćehajić ; translated by Desmond Maurer and Saba Risaluddin ; with an Introduction by Gareth Jones
Published Leiden, The Netherlands : Brill, 2015


Description 1 online resource (888 pages) : illustrations
Series Philosophy of Religion : World Religions, 2210-481X ; Volume 3
Philosophy of religion. World religions ; Volume 3.
Contents Preface; List of Illustrations; Some Old Ways: Reuniting the Scattered Lines of Memory. Introducing The Praised and the Virgin ; Foreword for the English Reader; Prologue; Volume 1 Eternity in Prophetic Revelations; Introduction: "Whenever Zachariah Went in to Her"; Part 1 Prophetic Sayings of the One; An Anthropo-cosmological Prelude; Chapter 1 Nothing and Everything; Chapter 2 Between Two Places of Annihilation of the Self; Chapter 3 The Oath to the Praised; Chapter 4 Abraham, Ishmael and Isaac; Chapter 5 Israel and Moses; Chapter 6 The Ark of the Covenant
Chapter 7 David and the TabernacleChapter 8 Solomon and the Temple; Chapter 9 Zachariah; Chapter 10 Mary; Chapter 11 John; Chapter 12 The Anointed; Chapter 13 Paraclete; Chapter 14 World Axis and Axis of Humanity; Chapter 15 Two Mosques; Chapter 16 The Mihrab; Chapter 17 Becca and Sion; Chapter 18 Covered by the Hands of the Praised; Chapter 19 The Debt; Postlude: Finding the Sacred Centre; Part 2 The Time of the World and the Time of the Self Hagar and Mary as Images of Maternity; Prelude on Human Perfection; Chapter 1 On Self and World; Chapter 2 Departure and Return; Chapter 3 In the Torah
Chapter 4 In GalatiansChapter 5 Hagar's Posterity; Chapter 6 In the Recitation (I) ; Chapter 7 In the Recitation (II); Chapter 8 In the Recitation (III); Chapter 9 Witness; Chapter 10 Patterns; Chapter 11 Stranger and Host; Chapter 12 Hannah and Mary; Chapter 13 The Union of the Praised; Postlude: The Time of the World in the Time of the Self; Volume 2 On Continuity and Discontinuity; Part 1 The History of Religion; Chapter 1 The One; Chapter 2 Witness; Chapter 3 Religions; Chapter 4 Ascending; Chapter 5 Historiosophy; Chapter 6 The Hour; Chapter 7 Symbol
Chapter 8 The Anointed and the GuidedChapter 9 Redemption; Chapter 10 Religion in Society; Chapter 11 The Cross of the Self; Chapter 12 Descent; Chapter 13 The Mosque; Chapter 14 The Sacred Arts; Chapter 15 The Living God; Chapter 16 Building in Destruction; Chapter 17 The People of the Book; Chapter 18 Union; Chapter 19 Return; Part 2 Symbol and Myth; Chapter 1 Sign; Chapter 2 Knower; Chapter 3 Tautegory; Chapter 4 Knowledge; Chapter 5 Equilibrium; Chapter 6 Service; Chapter 7 Truth and Symbol; Chapter 8 Participant and Observer; Chapter 9 Inanimate Observer; Chapter 10 We
Chapter 11 Intellect and ReasonChapter 12 Sun, Moon and Cross; Chapter 13 Apple, Vine, Rose and Lily; Chapter 14 Bird, Zachariah and Mary; Chapter 15 Hand, Rope and Staff; Chapter 16 Spear, Sword and Axe; Chapter 17 Bow; Chapter 18 Solomon's Seal; Chapter 19 Vessel and Letter; Part 3 Becca and Sion, Muhammad and Mary; Chapter 1 The Covenant; Chapter 2 Height and Depths; Chapter 3 Initiation; Chapter 4 Laughter and Tears; Chapter 5 The Androgynous Mihrab; Chapter 6 Maternal; Chapter 7 Supreme Sameness; Chapter 8 The Shekhinah; Chapter 9 Baphomet; Chapter 10 Ascent; Chapter 11 Word and Light
Summary In The Praised and the Virgin, Rusmir Mahmutćehajić provides a theological and philosophical meditation on the relationship between the Prophet Muhammad and the Virgin Mary as complementary bearers of God's Word, through the historical example of intermingling traditions in Bosnia
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Print version record
Subject Muḥammad, Prophet, -632 -- In the Qurʼan.
Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- In the Qurʼan.
Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Islamic interpretations.
Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint
Muḥammad, Prophet, -632
Islam -- Relations -- Christianity.
Christianity and other religions -- Islam.
RELIGION -- Islam -- General.
Interfaith relations
Islamic interpretations of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint, in the Qurʼan
Muḥammad, Prophet, in the Qurʼan
Form Electronic book
Author Maurer, Desmond, translator.
Risaluddin, Saba, translator
Jones, Gareth, author of introduction, etc
ISBN 9789004279407
Other Titles Hval i djeva. English