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Voces Detras del Velo: El Mundo del Islam y La Muher Musulmana

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Esta obra magnifica, escrita por mujeres cristianas quienes conocen de manera intima el mundo del islam y la mujer musulmana, es una mirada a la verdadera experiencia de las mujeres musulmanas. Estudia las mujeres musulmanas durante todas las etapas de la vida: Como ninas, esposas, madres, hermanas y partidarias de la religion. Disponible en ingles de Kregel Publications: ...more
Paperback, 233 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Portavoz (first published August 4th 2003)
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I got a bit bogged down with the holy book readings, but I like the premise and how the book moved me to prayer and a great insight into Islam and its effects on women.
This book was good. Informative, but a little anecdotal. I suppose I wanted to learn a little bit more about the cultural as a whole, but this book contained mostly specific stories. The reader is left to determine how universal each individual's experience is or is not.
Shauli Chaudhuri
Good read but from the point of view of outsiders. I prefer the books that have been written by Islamic women on Islamic women.
I wish I liked this book more, but It covers a lot of ground in a very thin layer. More focus would have been nice.
This is an excellent book about women and Islam. I highly recommend it.
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Ergun Mehmet Caner (B.A., M.A., M.Div., Th,M., D.Min., Ph.D.) is president
of the Liberty Theological Seminary at the Liberty University in Lynchburg,
Virginia. Raised as the son of a Muslim leader in Turkey, Caner became a
Christian shortly before entering college. Serving under his Chancellor and President, Jerry Falwell Jr., Caner led the Seminary to triple in growth
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