4 edition of Louis Massignon (1883-1962) : Christian Ecumenist prophet of inter-religious reconciliation. found in the catalog.
Louis Massignon (1883-1962) : Christian Ecumenist prophet of inter-religious reconciliation.
|Statement||Edited and translated by Allan Harris Cutler.|
|LC Classifications||BP49.5.M3 B3813|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||74000804|
Hallaj: Mystic and Martyr - Abridged Edition Louis Massignon Abridged from the four-volume The Passion of al-Hallaj, one of the major works of Western orientalism, this book explores the life and teaching of a famous tenth-century Sufi mystic and martyr, and in so doing describes not only his Read More View Book Add to Cart. THOMAS MERTON, LOUIS MASSIGNON, AND THE CHALLENGE OF ISLAM by Sidney H. Griffith Among the books that Merton was reading on his Asian journey was Louis Massignon's classic study in comparative mysticism, Essai sur /es origin es du lexique technique de la mystique musu/mane.1 It is a book that concentrates on the technical vocabulary of Islamic mysticism in the ArabicFile Size: 7MB.
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Books By Louis Massignon All Formats Kindle Edition Paperback Hardcover Sort by: Sort by: Popularity. The Passion of Al-Hallaj, Mystic and Martyr of Islam, Volume 3: The Teaching of al-Hallaj (Princeton Legacy Library Book ) Aug 6, by Louis Massignon $ Volume 3 of 4.
The French scholar and spiritual seeker, Louis Massignon (–), interpreted the word as a willingness to put oneself in Louis Massignon book place of another, to give one's own life for the sake of someone else.
This offering of himself for the well-being of his Muslim brothers and sisters was the inspiration for Massignon's entire : Paperback. Books By Louis Massignon. Most Popular Books. Passion of Al-Hallaj: Mystic and Martyr of Islam (Bollingen Series, 98) Essay on the Origins of the Technical Language of Islamic Mysticism.
In this fascinating biography of Louis Massignon book Massignon, Mary Louise Gude introduces a new audience to the eminent French Orientalist who dominated the field of Islamic studies for over 60 years.
Drawn from Massignon's own writings as well as other primary sources, this unique biography also includes theological discussions of Massignon's intellectual development and writings.
In The Theology of Louis Massignon, author Christian Krokus argues that Massignon’s achievements in Christian-Muslim understanding, his activism on behalf of Muslim immigrants, refugees, and Middle Eastern Christians, as well as his developing understanding of Islam must be understood in the light of his Catholic convictions in relation to God, Christ, and the by: 1.
Louis Massignon (), France's most celebrated Islamic specialist in this century and a leading Catholic intellectual, wrote of a man who was for him a personal inspiration.
From reviews of the four-volume translation: More».4/5(1). La passion d'Al Hosayn-ibn-Mansour al-Hallaj, martyr mystique de l'Islam, exécuté à Bagdad le 26 Mars ; étude d'histoire religieuse by Massignon, Louis, Pages: When Louis Massignon died almost thirty-five years ago, he left behind some very impres- sive "traces." He is best known as the scholar of Hallaj, or the rescuer of Hallaj, who be- comes in his treatment an Islamic reflection of Jesus.
Massignon's work raises questions about the name and nature of File Size: KB. Anthony O’Mahony’s chapter provides a fresh portrait of the Islamic scholar and Catholic convert, Louis Massignon, which substantiates his critical influence in French Catholic intellectual thought and the Arab world from the interwar years through to Vatican II.
Massignon was a formative influence by virtue of his multiple roles: he was a soldier-diplomat, leading scholar of Islam and the. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Louis Massignon books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Louis Massignon was a French scholar of Islam and its history.
Although a Catholic himself, he tried to understand Islam from within and thus had a great influence on the way Islam was seen in the West; among other things, he paved the way for a greater openness inside the Catholic Church towards Islam as it was documented in the pastoral Vatican II declaration Nostra Aetate/5.
Book Description: InThe Theology of Louis Massignon, author Christian Krokus argues that Louis Massignon's achievements in Christian-Muslim understanding, his activism on behalf of Muslim immigrants, refugees, and Middle Eastern Christians, as well as his developing understanding of Islam must be understood in the light of his Catholic convictions in relation to God, Christ, and the Church.
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From the very year of the first publication of La Passion d’al-Hallāj in ,¹ Louis Massignon began to add to the text with marginal notations in preparation for a new edition. Aroundwhen the first edition of this work was out of print, it was decided to reconstruct completely the first section, which traces the major stages in the life of Hallāj and their social repercussions.
Encompassing the whole milieu of early Islamic civilization, this major work of Western orientalism explores the meaning of the life and teaching of the tenth-century mystic and martyr, al-Hallaj.
With profound spiritual insight and transcultural sympathy, Massignon. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Louis Massignon by Jean MONCELON, Christian DESTREMAU | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Books and book chapters: Louis Massignon, a pioneer of interfaith dialogue: the Badaliya prayer movement () Blue Dome Press, New Jersey, London, Frankfurt, Cairo About the book.
Dialogues with Saints and Mystics: In the Spirit of Louis Massignon Khaniqahi Nimatullahi Publications, New York/London About the book. Anticipating the vision of Nostra Aetate, Louis Massignon () imagined and worked toward a revolution in the relationship between Muslims and Christians, from one poisoned by fear and rivalry to one rooted in mutual understanding and fraternal lifelong study of the Qur'an, Muhammad, Arabic, Sufism, and the Muslim mystic and martyr al-Hallâj (), who was executed.
Louis Massignon (), Ḥallāj, al-Ḥusayn ibn Manṣūr ( or ), Abu al-Ṭayyib Aḥmad ibn al-Ḥusayn Mutanabbī ( or ), Anistās Mārī al-Karmilī, ab (), Avicenna (), F*a*timah (d.
or 3), Jean Mohammed Abd-el-Jalil (), Leo Africanus (ca. ca. ), Salmān al-Fārisī (d. ca. Explores the life and teaching of a famous tenth-century Sufi mystic and martyr: Al-Hallaj. This book describes not only his experience but also the whole milieu of early Islamic civilization.
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