8 edition of Narratives of Islamic origins found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-344) and index.
|Statement||Fred M. Donner.|
|Series||Studies in late antiquity and early Islam ;, 14|
|LC Classifications||DS38.16 .D66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 358 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||97036808|
Robert Irwin's top 10 books on Islam and Islamic culture Published on Tue 17 Feb EST Writer and broadcaster Robert Irwin is the author of The Alhambra, recently published by Profile. This book is suitable for teaching undergraduates, while in the past, instructors had a choice between accessibly written traditional narratives of Islamic origins, disparate and often very arcane moderate revisionist studies of individual facets of Islamic origins, and radically revisionist histories of Islamic Origins such as the writings of /5(29).
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Review Narratives of Islamic Origins. The beginnings of Islamic historical writing. By Fred McGraw Donner. Princeton: Darwin Press, pp. Donner’s work has contributed to the burgeoning scholarship on the source material for early Islam, and in a more constructive way than the corpus of those deeply sceptical of the Islamic sources. Contributed by Prof. Dr. Nazeer Ahmed, PhD Year Event Birth of Prophet Muhammed (p) at Mecca. Revelation of the first verses of the Qur’an. Ali ibn Abu Talib (r) and Abu Bakr as Siddiq (r) accept Islam. Conversion of Omar ibn al Khattab (r). A group of Muslims migrates to Abyssinia.
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Narratives of Islamic Origins is a groundbreaking work that represents the first comprehensive tradition-critical account of the origins and rise of Arab-Islamic historiography, and is essential reading for all historians of medieval Islamic history and civilization, and for all those interested in the historiography of comparative by: The book begins with a summary of four major approaches to Islamic history: classical, source-critical, tradition-critical and skeptical, and argues for some form of tradition-criticism (not Ostensibly, the purpose of the book is to address the question of why the early Muslims began to write history and why the history they wrote took the shape that it did.4/5.
Narratives of Islamic Origins is a groundbreaking work that represents the first comprehensive tradition-critical account of the origins and rise of Arab-Islamic historiography, and is essential reading for all historians of medieval Islamic history and civilization, and for all those interested in the historiography of comparative civilizations.
Narratives of Islamic Origins is a ground-breaking work that represents the first comprehensive tradition -- critical account of the origins and rise of Arab-Islamic historiography, and is Reviews: 1. Book Review: Fred Donner’s “Narratives of Islamic Origins” Fred Donner teaches in the department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago.
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Organized in narrative sections for the history of each major region, with innovative, analytic summary introductions and conclusions. Narratives of Islamic origins the beginnings of Islamic historical writing by Fred McGraw Donner.
Published by Darwin Press in Princeton, N.J. Written in EnglishCited by: RECOMMENDED. by Fred Donner “The book presents a tradition-critical account of the origins of Islam. It argues that the need to legitimize the community and affirm its standing to the outside world influenced the narrative which became woven into the Arab chronicles in.
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The book has two parts. The first chapter argues for "the date of the Qur'anic text" as the date of Muhammad's death. The rest of the book lays out "Early Islamic Piety" and its effect on Islamic narrative-of-origin. The first chapter is useless/5(4). In Islam, there are two main sacred texts: the Quran (also spelled "Koran") and the Hadith (or Hadeeth).
These books teach and illustrate Islamic beliefs, values, and practices. They are also important historical documents (especially the Quran), which tell the story of the origins of the Islamic faith. The Quran is the most sacred text, as it.
The origin of Islam can be traced back to 7th century Saudi Arabia. Islam is thus the youngest of the great world religions.
The prophet Muhammad (circa A.D.) introduced Islam in A.D. after experiencing what he claimed to be an angelic visitation. Muhammad dictated the Qur'an, the holy book of Islam, which Muslims believe to be the. Fred Donner teaches in the department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago.
He is one of the world's foremost scholars of early Islamic history, and he has published three controversial books on the subject: "The Early Islamic Conquests" (), "Narratives of Islamic Origins: The Beginnings of Islamic Historical Writing" (), and "Muhammad and the /5.
Narratives of Islamic origins: the beginnings of Islamic historical writing. [Fred McGraw Donner] -- Donner challenges the scholarly assumption that the earliest Muslim believers wanted to write history out of "idle curiosity" and suggests that Islamic historical tradition resulted from a variety of.
The Prophet Muhammad and the Origins of Islam This was the first of many revelations that became the basis of the Qur'an, the holy book of Islam. These early revelations pointed to the existence of a single God, contradicting the polytheistic beliefs of the pre-Islamic Arabian Peninsula. They illustrate a narrative in biographies and.
Narratives of Islamic Origins: The Beginnings of Islamic Historical Writing (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam, No. 14) 3rd Printing edition by Donner, Fred McGraw () Hardcover: Books - /5(5).
Hadith, Arabic Ḥadīth (“News” or “Story”), also spelled Hadīt, record of the traditions or sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, revered and received as a major source of religious law and moral guidance, second only to the authority of the Qurʾān, the holy book of might be defined as the biography of Muhammad perpetuated by the long memory of his community for their.
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