|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||9.20(w) x 6.30(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Tariq Ramadan is a Research Fellow at St. Antony's College, Oxford University and the Lokahi Foundation (London). He is the author of Western Muslims and the Future of Islam; Islam, the West, and the Challenges of Modernity; and To Be a European Muslim.
Table of Contents
1 Encounter with the Sacred 1
2 Birth and Education 9
3 Personality and Spiritual Quest 19
4 Revelation, Knowledge 29
5 The Message and Adversity 37
6 Resistance, Humility, and Exile 51
7 Trials, Elevation, and Hopes 63
8 Hijrah 81
9 Medina, Life, and War 95
10 Teachings and Defeat 111
11 Tricks and Treason 129
12 A Dream, Peace 149
13 Coming Home 165
14 At Home, Over There 181
15 Debtless 199
In History, for Eternity 211
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I cant get this book but does anyone have proof mahomad was not a false prophet or is? I used to really like islam and when i was cleaning my room i found a paper that i wrote of islam prayer and i threw it away so my mom would not find it and a couple minutes later it popped up in my room so im keeping it till i know the truth. If muhomad is a true rophet of God why do they not talk about him in the bible? Please someone write back
Great book, well balanced and shows the great balance that existed in the life of the Prophet (SAW)
A must read to learn the morals of being a good human being.
This is by far the best book about Muhammad life i have ever read. Must for all!
Great book withh references, easily accessible to non Muslims. Highly recommended.
One of the best examples of poor scholorship in the name of Globalization.