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Critical Muslim by Editors: Ziauddin Sardar…
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This is the second book in a series of four volumes presenting Muslim perspectives on the great debates of our times. Building on the previous volume, this edited work focuses on redefining ideas in Islam. It aims to emphasise the plurality and diversity of Islam and Muslims, and to promote dialogue, cooperation, and collaboration between ‘Islam’ and other cultures, including ‘the West’.This book critically examines the established conventions. It seeks new readings of religion, culture, and politics with the potential to transform the Muslim world and beyond.

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