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The Qur'an - English translation with parallel Arabic text (Leather / fine binding): M.A.S. Abdel Haleem The Qur'an - English translation with parallel Arabic text (Leather / fine binding)
M.A.S. Abdel Haleem
R2,741 R2,554 Discovery Miles 25 540 Save R187 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

One of the most influential books in the history of literature, recognized as the greatest literary masterpiece in Arabic, the Qur'an is the supreme authority and living source of all Islamic teaching, the sacred text that sets out the creed, rituals, ethics, and laws of Islam. First published in 2004, M. A. S. Abdel Haleem's superb English translation has been acclaimed for both its faithfulness to the original and its supreme clarity. Now Haleem's translation is published side-by-side with the original Arabic text, to give readers a greater appreciation and understanding of the holy book.
Revised for the new edition, this translation is written in contemporary language that remains true to the meaning and spirit of the original, making the text crystal clear while retaining all of this great work's eloquence. It is now set page-for-page against the most widespread traditional calligraphic Arabic text, for the benefit of Muslims who wish to make the connection between the translation and the Arabic text, as well as Arabic readers and non-Arabs learning to read the Qur'an in Arabic. As in the original volume, the translation is completely free from the archaisms, incoherence, and alien structures that mar other translations. Furthermore, Haleem includes notes that explain geographical, historical, and personal allusions as well as an index in which Qur'anic material is arranged into topics for easy reference. His introduction traces the history of the Qur'an, examines its structure and stylistic features, and considers issues related to militancy, intolerance, and the subjection of women.
This brilliant bilingual edition of the Qur'an is the best available English-language translation. It has been approved by Al-Azhar University, the oldest Muslim university and the world's leading institution for the study of Arabic and Islam.

Letters of Martin Buber - A Life of Dialogue (Paperback, New Ed): Martin Buber Letters of Martin Buber - A Life of Dialogue (Paperback, New Ed)
Martin Buber
R639 R522 Discovery Miles 5 220 Save R117 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This collection of 700 letters traces Martin Buber's transition from mystically inclined man of letters to teacher of his people who preached a renewed sense of community, a binational Palestinian homeland and a humanistic socialism derived from the Gospel's and the Old Testament prophets.

What About Those Who Have Never Heard? - Three Views on the Destiny of the Unevangelized (Paperback): Gabriel J Fackre, Ronald... What About Those Who Have Never Heard? - Three Views on the Destiny of the Unevangelized (Paperback)
Gabriel J Fackre, Ronald H. Nash, John Sanders
R468 R364 Discovery Miles 3 640 Save R104 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Voted one of Christianity Today's 1996 Books of the Year What is the fate of those who die never hearing the gospel? Do Hindus, Jews, agnostics and others who do not profess faith in Christ really suffer damnation after death? These and similar questions have long been contemplated by people from every religious persuasion and every walk of life. But in a culture of increasing diversity and growing doubt in the existence of "objective truth," it seems ever more pressing. In this book three scholars present the span of evangelical conviction on the destiny of the unevangelized. Ronald Nash argues the restrictivist position, that receptive knowledge of Jesus Christ in this life is necessary to salvation. Gabriel Fackre advocates divine perseverance, with the expectation that those who die unevangelized receive an opportunity for salvation after death. And John Sanders sets forth the inclusivist case--asserting that though God saves people only through the work of Jesus Christ, some may be saved even if they do not know about Christ. As each scholar presents his own case and responds to strengths and weaknesses of differing positions, readers are treated to a lively and informative debate.What About Those Who Have Never Heard? is a truly helpful book on one of today's--and every day's--most crucial questions.

The Foundation of Norms in Islamic Jurisprudence and Theology (Hardcover): Omar Farahat The Foundation of Norms in Islamic Jurisprudence and Theology (Hardcover)
Omar Farahat
R2,025 R1,882 Discovery Miles 18 820 Save R143 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this book, Omar Farahat presents a new way of understanding the work of classical Islamic theologians and legal theorists who maintained that divine revelation is necessary for the knowledge of the norms and values of human actions. Through a reconstruction of classical Ash'ari-Mu'tazili debates on the nature and implications of divine speech, Farahat argues that the Ash'ari attachment to revelation was not a purely traditionalist position. Rather, it was a rational philosophical commitment emerging from debates in epistemology and theology. He further argues that the particularity of this model makes its distinctive features helpful for contemporary scholars who defend a form of divine command theory. Farahat's volume thus constitutes a new reading of the issue of reason and revelation in Islam and breaks new ground in Islamic theology, law and ethics.

Encountering the Book of Isaiah - A Historical and Theological Survey (Paperback): Bryan E. Beyer Encountering the Book of Isaiah - A Historical and Theological Survey (Paperback)
Bryan E. Beyer
R519 R427 Discovery Miles 4 270 Save R92 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this comprehensive introduction to the book of Isaiah, Old Testament scholar Bryan Beyer surveys the book??'s content, its meaning in its original context, and its application for people today. He presents the prophet??'s recurring themes and gives special attention to Isaiah??'s use of geographical issues to illustrate his message, Isaiah??'s place in the canon of Scripture, and the implications of the book for mission.

???The book of Isaiah is easy to get lost in, so having a knowledgeable guide can be crucial. Bryan Beyer has provided just such a service in this accessible tour of one of the most complex and magisterial books of the canon. His judicious discussions show a depth of knowledge and a balanced assessment of difficult issues. The student of Isaiah will find the book opened up in ways that will promote scholarship as well as faith.??????John H. Walton, professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College

???Although not a traditional verse-by-verse commentary, Bryan E. Beyer??'s "Encountering the Book of Isaiah" does a good job of discussing the major themes and issues contained in this most important of the Old Testament prophetic books. Especially commendable are Beyer??'s numerous explanatory sidebars as well as his chapter objectives and study questions geared to helping the reader apply Isaiah??'s teachings to contemporary Christian life and ministry. He is also eminently fair in analyzing and evaluating divergent viewpoints with respect to authorship, date, and other disputed matters before stating his own conclusions. Whether beginners or veterans in encountering the book of Isaiah, readers of this volume will be grateful to its author for his careful and thoughtfultreatment of the writings of Isaiah, the ???Prince among the Prophets.?????????Ronald Youngblood, professor emeritus of Old Testament and Hebrew, Bethel Seminary San Diego

???Bryan Beyer has done a service for all those who struggle to understand the complex book of Isaiah. In clear yet engaging prose he has made the profound theology of the book available to all of us. In addition, he goes the next step, addressing the related questions that study of the book raises. This is the best general handbook to Isaiah that is currently available.??????John N. Oswalt, research professor of Old Testament, Wesley Biblical Seminary

Acts (Hardcover): Craig S. Keener Acts (Hardcover)
Craig S. Keener
R3,046 Discovery Miles 30 460 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

As the earliest narrative source for the origins of Christianity, Acts is of unrivalled importance for understanding early Christianity and the mission that originally brought it from Judea and Galilee to gentiles, and even the heart of the Roman Empire. This volume is an abridged version of Keener's monumental, four-volume commentary on Acts, the longest and one of the most thorough engagements with Acts in its ancient setting. Sensitive to the work's narrative unity, Keener's commentary is especially known for its direct engagement with the wide range of ancient Jewish and Greco-Roman sources. The original commentary cited some 45,000 references from ancient extrabiblical sources to shed light on the Book of Acts. This accessible edition, aimed at students, scholars, and pastors, makes more widely available the decades of research that Keener has devoted to one of the key texts of Early Christianity.

The Koran in English - A Biography (Hardcover): Bruce B. Lawrence The Koran in English - A Biography (Hardcover)
Bruce B. Lawrence
R608 R487 Discovery Miles 4 870 Save R121 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The untold story of how the Arabic Qur'an became the English Koran For millions of Muslims, the Qur'an is sacred only in Arabic, the original Arabic in which it was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad in the seventh century; to many Arab and non-Arab believers alike, the book literally defies translation. Yet English translations exist and are growing, in both number and importance. Bruce Lawrence tells the remarkable story of the ongoing struggle to render the Qur'an's lyrical verses into English--and to make English itself an Islamic language. The "Koran" in English revisits the life of Muhammad and the origins of the Qur'an before recounting the first translation of the book into Latin by a non-Muslim: Robert of Ketton's twelfth-century version paved the way for later ones in German and French, but it was not until the eighteenth century that George Sale's influential English version appeared. Lawrence explains how many of these early translations, while part of a Christian agenda to "know the enemy," often revealed grudging respect for their Abrahamic rival. British expansion in the modern era produced an anomaly: fresh English translations--from the original Arabic--not by Arabs or non-Muslims but by South Asian Muslim scholars. The first book to explore the complexities of this translation saga, The "Koran" in English also looks at cyber Korans, versions by feminist translators, and now a graphic Koran, the American Qur'an created by the acclaimed visual artist Sandow Birk.

4 Baruch - Paraleipomena Jeremiou (Hardcover): Dale C. Allison Jr 4 Baruch - Paraleipomena Jeremiou (Hardcover)
Dale C. Allison Jr
R2,300 R2,076 Discovery Miles 20 760 Save R224 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is the first full-scale, verse-by-verse commentary on 4 Baruch. The pseudepigraphon, written in the second century, is in large measure an attempt to address the situation following the destruction of the temple in 70 CE by recounting legends about the first destruction of the temple, the Babylonian captivity, and the return from exile. 4 Bruch is notable for its tale about Jeremiah's companion, Abimelech, who sleeps through the entire exilic period. This tale lies behind the famous Christian legend of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus and is part of the genealogy of Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle." Allison's commentary draws upon an exceptionally broad range of ancient sources in an attempt to clarify 4 Baruch's original setting, compositional history, and meaning.

Semanatorul (The Sower), Volume One, Number Two (Paperback): Hamilton Moore, Ilie Soritau, Adrian Giorgiov Semanatorul (The Sower), Volume One, Number Two (Paperback)
Hamilton Moore, Ilie Soritau, Adrian Giorgiov
R347 R281 Discovery Miles 2 810 Save R66 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism, 200 BCE-CE 200 (Paperback): C. D Elledge Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism, 200 BCE-CE 200 (Paperback)
C. D Elledge
R611 Discovery Miles 6 110 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Resurrection of the dead represents one of the more enigmatic beliefs of Western religions to many modern readers. In this volume, C. D. Elledge offers an interpretation of some of the earliest literature within Judaism that exhibits a confident hope in resurrection. He not only aids the study of early Jewish literature itself, but expands contemporary knowledge of some of the earliest expressions of a hope that would become increasingly meaningful in later Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Elledge focuses on resurrection in the latest writings of the Hebrew Bible, the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as the writings of other Hellenistic Jewish authors. He also incorporates later rabbinic writings, early Christian sources, and inscriptions, as they shed additional light upon select features of the evidence in question. This allows for a deeper look into how particular literary works utilized the discourse of resurrection, while also retaining larger comparative insights into what these materials may teach us about the gradual flourishing of resurrection within its early Jewish environment. Individual chapters balance a more categorical/comparative approach to the problems raised by resurrection (definitions, diverse conceptions, historical origins, strategies of legitimation) with a more specific focus on particular pieces of the early Jewish evidence (1 Enoch, Dead Sea Scrolls, Josephus). Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism, 200 BCE-CE 200 provides a treatment of resurrection that informs the study of early Jewish theologies, as well as their later reinterpretations within Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity.

Dante's Christian Ethics - Purgatory and Its Moral Contexts (Hardcover): George Corbett Dante's Christian Ethics - Purgatory and Its Moral Contexts (Hardcover)
George Corbett
R2,054 Discovery Miles 20 540 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is a major re-appraisal of the Commedia as originally envisaged by Dante: as a work of ethics. Privileging the ethical, Corbett increases our appreciation of Dante's eschatological innovations and literary genius. Drawing upon a wider range of moral contexts than in previous studies, this book presents an overarching account of the complex ordering and political programme of Dante's afterlife. Balancing close readings with a lucid overview of Dante's Commedia as an ethical and political manifesto, Corbett cogently approaches the poem through its moral structure. The book provides detailed interpretations of three particularly significant vices - pride, sloth, and avarice - and the three terraces of Purgatory devoted to them. While scholars register Dante's explicit confession of pride, the volume uncovers Dante's implicit confession of sloth and prodigality (the opposing subvice of avarice) through Statius, his moral cypher.

Iustitia Dei - A History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification (Hardcover, 4th Revised edition): Alister E. McGrath Iustitia Dei - A History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification (Hardcover, 4th Revised edition)
Alister E. McGrath
R2,739 Discovery Miles 27 390 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Christian doctrine of justification is of immense interest to historians and theologians ,and continues to be of major importance in modern ecumenical discussions. The present work appeared in its first edition in 1986, and rapidly became the leading reference work on the subject. Its many acclaimed features include a detailed assessment of the semantic background of the concept in the Ancient Near East, a thorough examination of the doctrine of the medieval period, and an especially careful analysis of its development during the critical years of the sixteenth century. The substantially rewritten fourth edition thoroughly updates the work, responding to the latest developments in scholarly literature and user feedback. It will remain an essential resource for all concerned with the development of Christian doctrine, the history of the Reformation debates on the identity of Christianity, and modern discussions between Protestants and Roman Catholics over the nature of salvation.

Psalms Night and Day (Paperback): Paul Beauchamp Psalms Night and Day (Paperback)
Paul Beauchamp
R808 R745 Discovery Miles 7 450 Save R63 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Psalms Night & Day,"Psaumes Nuit et Jour," is one of Paul Beauchamp's most popular books, one that has been translated into several languages; it is here being offered for the first time in English. The Psalms have experienced new interest and have presented scholars with new demands. Peter Rogers, rector of the Jesuit community in New Orleans, with his great esteem for Beauchamp's approach, has devoted much time and attention to the translation. The result of his dedication is this beautiful presentation and appreciation of selected Psalms in ways accessible to everyone.

A New Meeting of the Religions - Interreligious Relationships and Theological Questioning (Hardcover): E.Luther Copeland A New Meeting of the Religions - Interreligious Relationships and Theological Questioning (Hardcover)
E.Luther Copeland
R1,069 R860 Discovery Miles 8 600 Save R209 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The series seeks to introduce new readers -- and reintroduce old -- to works that integrate literary greatness with a serious consideration of theological issues or religious themes. Each work features an introduction by a major writer or scholar, an interview with the author, and a bibliography, making each book perfectly suited for classroom use.

Understanding Death - An Introduction to Ideas of Self and the Afterlife in World Religions (Paperback): Angela Sumegi Understanding Death - An Introduction to Ideas of Self and the Afterlife in World Religions (Paperback)
Angela Sumegi
R605 Discovery Miles 6 050 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A comprehensive survey of how religions understand death, dying, and the afterlife, drawing on examples from Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, and Shamanic perspectives. Considers shared and differing views of death across the world's major religions, including on the nature of death itself, the reasons for it, the identity of those who die, religious rituals, and on how the living should respond to deathPlaces emphasis on the varying concepts of the 'self' or soulUses a thematic structure to facilitate a broader comparative understandingWritten in an accessible style to appeal to an undergraduate audience, it fills major gap in current textbook literature

Eckhart, Heidegger, and the Imperative of Releasement (Hardcover): Ian Alexander Moore Eckhart, Heidegger, and the Imperative of Releasement (Hardcover)
Ian Alexander Moore
R2,309 Discovery Miles 23 090 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Effing the Ineffable - Existential Mumblings at the Limits of Language (Paperback): Wesley J. Wildman Effing the Ineffable - Existential Mumblings at the Limits of Language (Paperback)
Wesley J. Wildman
R845 Discovery Miles 8 450 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
On Love and Virtue - Theological Essays (Hardcover): Michael S. Sherwin On Love and Virtue - Theological Essays (Hardcover)
Michael S. Sherwin
R822 R735 Discovery Miles 7 350 Save R87 (11%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Tour of the "Summa" (Paperback): Paul Glenn Tour of the "Summa" (Paperback)
Paul Glenn
R611 R493 Discovery Miles 4 930 Save R118 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This unique synopsis of the Summa Theological is a complete, chapter-by-chapter restatement of St. Thomas' work, intended to expose readers to die totality of St. Thomas' thought and yet be brief enough to fit into one volume. Author of eleven other books on philosophy, Msgr. Glenn brings to this work-by far his greatest-a lifetime of teaching and writing experience. A masterpiece in its own right.

The Art of Living Well - Moral Experience and Virtue Ethics (Paperback): Paul van Tongeren The Art of Living Well - Moral Experience and Virtue Ethics (Paperback)
Paul van Tongeren; Translated by Thomas Heij
R680 R633 Discovery Miles 6 330 Save R47 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this first English translation of the prize-winning Dutch title Leven is Een Kunst, Paul van Tongeren creates a new kind of virtue ethics, one that centres on how to 'live well' in our contemporary world. While virtue ethics is based on the moral philosophy of Aristotle, it has had many interpretations and iterations throughout history and features prominently in the thinking of the Stoics, Christian narratives and the writings of Nietzsche. The Art of Living Well explores and expands upon these traditions, using them as a basis to form a new interpretation; one that foregrounds art and creativity as paramount to the struggle to act in an authentic and moral way. Acting as both a clear introduction to virtue ethics and moral philosophy and a serious work of original philosophy, this book connects philosophy with real lived experience and tackles, head-on, the perennial philosophical question: 'how do we live well?'

Reform of Islam. Forty Theses for an Islamic Ethics in the 21st Century - Translated from the German by George Stergios... Reform of Islam. Forty Theses for an Islamic Ethics in the 21st Century - Translated from the German by George Stergios (Hardcover)
Abdel-Hakim Ourghi
R2,213 Discovery Miles 22 130 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Essentials of Ibadi Islam (Hardcover): Valerie Hoffman The Essentials of Ibadi Islam (Hardcover)
Valerie Hoffman
R1,036 Discovery Miles 10 360 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Ibadi Islam is a distinct sect of Islam, neither Sunni nor Shi'ite, that emerged in the early Islamic period and remains active today in small pockets of North Africa and as the dominant sect of Oman. Despite its antiquity, it has often been misunderstood and remains little known. Seeking to redress this gap and to introduce this influential Islamic school to the non-Arabic-speaking world, Hoffman offers the first book-length overview of Ibadi theology published in English. Beginning with a concise overview of Ibadi history, Hoffman delineates the sectarian movement's role in the development of Islamic thought, tracing its distinctive teachings and literary history. In the second section, she provides annotated translations of two complementary modern Ibadi theological texts. This unique volume elucidates the religious and political thought by allowing the Ibadi tradition to speak for itself. The Essentials of Ibadi Islam gives readers, specialists and nonspecialists alike, a rare opportunity to understand the major teachings of Ibadi Islam.

Space, Time and Resurrection (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Thomas F Torrance Space, Time and Resurrection (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Thomas F Torrance
R657 Discovery Miles 6 570 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this sequel to Space, Time and Incarnation, Thomas F. Torrance sets out the biblical approach to the Resurrection in terms of the intrinsic significance of the resurrected one, Jesus; and demonstrates that the Resurrection is entirely consistent with who Jesus was and what he did. The Resurrection is thus taken realistically, and treated as of the same nature, in the integration of physical and spiritual existence, as the death of Christ. All this is elucidated in the context of modern scientific thought, in such a way as to show that far from being frightened by modern science into a compromise of the New Testament's message of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ in body, it actually allows us to take its full measure. This classic volume from one of the premier English speaking theologian of the 20th century remains an important contribution to the field of systematic theology. For this Cornerstones edition, the preface is written by Paul D. Molnar.

Arguments for God's Existence in Classical Islamic Thought - A Reappraisal of the Discourse (Hardcover): Hannah C. Erlwein Arguments for God's Existence in Classical Islamic Thought - A Reappraisal of the Discourse (Hardcover)
Hannah C. Erlwein
R2,185 R1,961 Discovery Miles 19 610 Save R224 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The endeavour to prove God's existence through rational argumentation was an integral part of classical Islamic theology (kalam) and philosophy (falsafa), thus the frequently articulated assumption in the academic literature. The Islamic discourse in question is then often compared to the discourse on arguments for God's existence in the western tradition, not only in terms of its objectives but also in terms of the arguments used: Islamic thinkers, too, put forward arguments that have been labelled as cosmological, teleological, and ontological. This book, however, argues that arguments for God's existence are absent from the theological and philosophical works of the classical Islamic era. This is not to say that the arguments encountered there are flawed arguments for God's existence. Rather, it means that the arguments under consideration serve a different purpose than to prove that God exists. Through a close reading of the works of several mutakallimun and falasifa from the 3rd-7th/9th-13th century, such as al-Baqillani and Fakhr al-Din al-Razi as well as Ibn Sina and Ibn Rushd, this book proffers a re-evaluation of the discourse in question, and it suggests what its participants sought to prove if it is not that God exists.

Thomas Aquinas's Quodlibetal Questions (Paperback): Turner Nevitt, Brian Davies Thomas Aquinas's Quodlibetal Questions (Paperback)
Turner Nevitt, Brian Davies
R967 Discovery Miles 9 670 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Thomas Aquinas was one of the most significant Christian thinkers of the middle ages and ranks among the greatest philosophers and theologians of all time. In the mid-thirteenth century, as a teacher at the University of Paris, Aquinas presided over public university-wide debates on questions that could be put forward by anyone about anything. The Quodlibetal Questions are Aquinas's edited records of these debates. Unlike his other disputed questions, which are limited to a few specific topics such as evil or divine power, Aquinas's Quodlibetal Questions contain his treatment of hundreds of questions on a wide range of topics-from ethics, metaphysics, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of religion to dogmatic theology, sacramental theology, moral theology, eschatology, and much more. And, unlike his other disputed questions, none of the questions treated in his Quodlibetal Questions were of Aquinas's own choosing-they were all posed for him to answer by those who attended the public debates. As such, this volume provides a window onto the concerns of students, teachers, and other interested parties in and around the university at that time. For the same reason it contains some of Aquinas's fullest, and in certain cases his only, treatments of philosophical and theological questions that have maintained their interest throughout the centuries.

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