The Majlis: Interreligious Encounters in Medieval Islam
Hava Lazarus-Yafeh, Mark R. Cohen, Sidney H. Griffith, Sasson Somekh
Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, 1999 - 204 頁
This book deals with a well-known and widespread phenomenon in medieval Islam which has not been studied in detail. The Majlis (pl. Majalis) is a forum devoted to interreligious polemics, as well as to the discussion of a variety of other topics. The concept and practise of the Majlis are examined from different angles by ten scholars. approach (H. Kuhne).
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Abbasid Abraham of Tiberias abrogation Abu Hatim al-MaDmun al-Malik al-Nazzam al-Rida Allah apologetical argument Baghdad Buddhist cAbd Cairo Cairo Genizah caliph Cheikho Christian claim Controverse religieuse conversos court d'Abraham de Tiberiade debate Dialogue d'Abraham discussion disputation early Islamic Elias emir emir's majlis eternal faith Fatimid Firk frame-story Genizah Hebrew History Ibn al-Rawandl Ibn Furak Ibn Hazm Ibn Killis imam Jerusalem Jewish Jews Judaism Kaldm Karaites Kitab Leiden literary literature majlis manuscripts Marcuzzo medieval mentioned Mongke Mongke's Mongol monk monk's Muctazilite Muhammad ibn Muslim mutakallimun Naqd al-nathr naskh Nestorians Paris Arabic 70 participants Patriarch Peeters philosophers polemical present prophet Qadi question Qur'an QurDdn Rabbanites RazI religion religious ruler Samuel ben Hofni says scholars scripture sessions Soul story Studies Syriac Tawaddud tenth century theologians Torah tradition transl translation truth tuin vizier William William of Rubruck words Yevr.-Ar Yusuf al-Basir