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treatise on contemporary religious jurisprudence.

Isadore Harold Rubenstein

treatise on contemporary religious jurisprudence.

by Isadore Harold Rubenstein

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Published by Waldair Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fortune-telling,
  • Faith-cure,
  • Conscientious objectors

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination120 p.
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16398547M

      It’s a play on something Mackey wrote in Textbook of Masonic Jurisprudence, from “The truth is, that Masonry is undoubtedly a religious institution — its religion being of that universal kind in which all men agree, and which, handed down through a long succession of ages, from that ancient priesthood who first taught it, embraces the great tenets of the . BOOKS RECEIVED A HISTORY OF ENGLISH CRIMINAL LAW AND ITS ADMINISTRATION FROM London: Macmillan Company Limited, Vol. I. A TREATISE ON CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS JURISPRUDENCE. By I. H. Ruben-stein. Chicago: The Waldain Press, Pp.

    This short treatise gives a summary of Imam al-Ghazali’s religious philosophy. In it, he discusses knowledge and its various types, the human soul and its relation to the human body. Drawing evidences from the Qur’an, he shows that the humans spirit is one with the Divine and is able to contemplate the Invisible, receive the Divine Radiance. ^ Aristotle, Rhetoric, Book I – Chap "Archived copy". Archived from the original on Retrieved CS1 maint: archived copy as title ^ Lloyd's Introduction to Jurisprudence, Seventh Edition. ^ Carlyle, A. J. (). A History of Medieval Political Theory in the West, vol. 1. Edinburgh. pp. 8–9.

    The term ‘heart’ has a primal position in the vocabulary of Muslim religious teachers and in that of the philosophers. The term is used in Islam for the seat of intellectual and emotional life. In this treatise, al-Ghazali unravels its wonders and secrets, . The above - captioned article was written by Noble Drew Ali and later published in the “Moorish Guide Newspaper” in the year A.D. The same article was also published in a little booklet of compiled editorials, which was known as, “The Moorish Literature”. This enlightening collection of articles was commonly distributed among conscious Moorish Americans.


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