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Author: Scott Kugle
ISBN: 0253347114
Language: English
Pages: 328 pages
Category: Leaders & Notable People
Publisher: Indiana University Press (July 21, 2006)
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Scott A. Kugle explores this tradition by focusing on the life and writings of Shaykh Ahmad Zarruq. This book examines the authority of saints in Islam and their ability to build communities among Muslims in North Africa. Following his exile from Fes, Zarruq traveled widely over North Africa, spreading his teachings and writings and attracting followers from Morocco to Mecca. The life and teachings of Zarruq remain useful for Muslims. It analyzes the power generated in religious communities through their allegiance to saints, a power usually identified with the term "Sufism.

By focusing on Zarruq, this book addresses a particular kind of religious authority, the authority of saints and .

By focusing on Zarruq, this book addresses a particular kind of religious authority, the authority of saints and their ability to build communities among Muslims in North Africa. It analyzes the power generated in religious communities through their allegiance to saints, a power usually identified with the term Sufism. Home Books Biographies of Famous Muslims of Later Times Rebel Between Spirit And Law : Ahmad Zarruq, Sainthood, And Authority in Islam (Hardcover) Scott Alan Kugle. Rebel Between Spirit And Law : Ahmad Zarruq, Sainthood, And Authority in Islam (Hardcover) Scott Alan Kugle.

This book examines the authority of saints in Islam and their ability to build communities among Muslims in North Africa. Scott A.

Having read through a little of this book I would strongly recommended that anyone who is interested in reading about Ahmad Zarruq track down the book published in Lybia called "Zarruq the Sufi" It is by far more comprehensive than this one, contains poems and extracts from Zarruqs works.

Having read through a little of this book I would strongly recommended that anyone who is interested in reading about Ahmad Zarruq track down the book published in Lybia called "Zarruq the Sufi" It is by far more comprehensive than this one, contains poems and extracts from Zarruqs works, photographs of his zawiya and a far more comprehensive biography.

His previous books include Rebel between Spirit and Law: Ahmad Zarruq, Juridical Sainthood and Authority in Islam; Sufis and Saints’ Bodies: Mysticism, Corporeality and Sacred Power in Islamic Culture; and Homosexuality in Islam: Critical Reflection on Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Muslims. Scott Siraj al-Haqq Kugle. Homosexuality in Islam. 44. 4.

His previous books include Rebel between Spirit and Law: Ahmad Zarruq, Juridical Sainthood and Authority in Islam; Sufis and Saints' . a NEW YORK UNIVERSIT Y PRESS New York and London.

His previous books include Rebel between Spirit and Law: Ahmad Zarruq, Juridical Sainthood and Authority in Islam; Sufis and Saints' Bodies: Mysticism, Corporeality and Sacred Power in Islamic Culture; and Homosexuality in Islam: Critical Reflection on Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Muslims. NEW YORK UNIVERSIT Y PRESS New York and London ww. yupress.

Spirit and Law : Ahmad Zarruq, Sainthood, and Authority in Islam other urban centers in North Africa advocated this paradigm of sainthood during . .

Rebel Between Spirit and Law : Ahmad Zarruq, Sainthood, and Authority in Islam.

Ahmad Zarruq also known as Imam az-Zarrūq ash Shadhili (Aḥmad ibn Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn ‘Īsa) (1442–1493 CE) . Scott Alan Kugle, Rebel Between Spirit And Law: Ahmad Zarruq, Sainthood, And Authority in Islam, Indiana University Press, 2006, ISBN 978-0-253-34711-4.

Ahmad Zarruq also known as Imam az-Zarrūq ash Shadhili (Aḥmad ibn Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn ‘Īsa) (1442–1493 CE) was a Sunni, Ashari Muslim scholar and Sufi sheikh from Fes, Morocco. He is considered one of the most prominent and accomplished legal, theoretical, and spiritual scholars in Islamic history, and is thought by some to have been the renewer of his time (mujaddid). Juridical sainthood, a concept that fuses Islamic legal rectitude and devotional piety, was the center of their reformist agenda

This book examines the authority of saints in Islam and their ability to build communities among Muslims in North Africa. Juridical sainthood, a concept that fuses Islamic legal rectitude and devotional piety, was the center of their reformist agenda. The juridical saint was to be absorbed in legal training and religious values, in ways that questioned political loyalty and dynastic legitimacy.

This book examines the authority of saints in Islam and their ability to build communities among Muslims in North Africa. It analyzes the power generated in religious communities through their allegiance to saints, a power usually identified with the term "Sufism." In the late 15th and 16th centuries, a community of Sufis in Fes (Fez), Morocco, and other urban centers in North Africa advocated this paradigm of sainthood during a time of intense political and religious crisis. Juridical sainthood, a concept that fuses Islamic legal rectitude and devotional piety, was the center of their reformist agenda. The juridical saint was to be absorbed in legal training and religious values, in ways that questioned political loyalty and dynastic legitimacy. Scott A. Kugle explores this tradition by focusing on the life and writings of Shaykh Ahmad Zarruq. Following his exile from Fes, Zarruq traveled widely over North Africa, spreading his teachings and writings and attracting followers from Morocco to Mecca. The life and teachings of Zarruq remain useful for Muslims. They are a piece of the past that present-day Muslims are rediscovering and redeploying to reconcile Islam’s heritage with its very troubled post-colonial present.