Qur'an Liberation and Pluralism PDF Þ Qur'an

Qur'an Liberation and Pluralism ➿ Qur'an Liberation and Pluralism Free ➶ Author Farid Esack – Buyprobolan50.co.uk The demise of apartheid in South Africa in the 1980s followed an unprecedented unity in struggle against oppression from members of different faith traditions This work details how South African Musli The demise of apartheid in South Africa in the s followed an unprecedented unity in struggle against oppression from members of different faith traditions This work details how South African Muslims were brought into conflict with the u'ran which denied virtue outside Islam and so did not allow them to co operate Qur'an Liberation Epub / with other oppressed groups It reflects on passages from the u'ran and provides interpretations which support solidarity for change combining social history politics and theology.


10 thoughts on “Qur'an Liberation and Pluralism

  1. Nausheen Nausheen says:

    Wealth is immoral if within it there is no intrinsic share for the empowerment of the dispossessedMuhammad abolished ground rent usury and all speculative and exploitative economic practices Usurious transactions were prohibited with a warning of 'war from God and His Prophet' against those who continued such practices ur’an 2279 Creditors were exhorted to recover only their capital sums 'but if you dispense even of that then it would be virtuous for you' 2280 The abolition of the leasing of lands negated landlordism and these ordinances or legal injunctions were backed up by chronic exhortations to the wealthy to spend whatever was beyond necessity 2219 To facilitate the empowerment of the poor and dispossessed the ur’an announces that in the wealth of the rich there is an intrinsic share for them 7025; 5119 The principle of distributive justice was unambiguously affirmed so that the wealth should not only circulate amongst the rich


  2. Charlie Charlie says:

    I keep thinking to myself Yes Yes Yes I love this book and the implications for applicability of liberation theology are incredible


  3. Jon Jon says:

    I picked this up in a used bookstore knowing nothing about the author and I'm really glad I did Esack draws on the liberation theology of Gutierrez and others but he skillfully integrates that work into a progressive Muslim hermeneutics set in the immediate aftermath of the end of apartheid in South Africa This book challenges traditional ur'anic interpretations without idolizing simplistic pluralism Esack dives into textual criticism while never losing sight of the centrality of justice and the call to orthopraxy in the struggle against oppression


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