This book guides readers through an investigation of the rationality of Islamic belief and commitment. Specific issues treated in-depth include the relationship between faith and reason, arguments for and against Islamic belief, and the rationality of Islamic belief in the context of contemporary philosophical issues such as problems of religious diversity, evil, and the historical-critical method. This text is appropriate for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students seeking an objective, philosophical introduction to Islam, a subject of increasing interest in classrooms around the world.
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Imram Aijaz is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan- Dearborn.
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