Mount Sinai / Edition 1by Joseph J. Hobbs
Pub. Date: 04/01/1995
Publisher: University of Texas Press
How the mountain Jebel Musa, revered by most Christians and Muslims as Mount Sinai, came to be considered a sacred place and how that very perception now threatens its fragile ecology and its sense of holy solitude.
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Table of Contents
Conversions and Transliteration
One. "A Terrible And Waste-Howling Wilderness"
Two. "You Will Worship God On This Mountain"
Three. The Heavenly Citizenship
Four. The Monastery Of Saint Katherine
Five. The Christian Landscape
Six. The People Of The Mountain
Seven. The Bedouin Way Of Life
Eight. The Pilgrim
Nine. The Traveler
Ten. The Tourist
Eleven. The New Golden Calf
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