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Early Muslim Dogma: A Source-Critical Study

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The key sources for the reconstruction of the early history of Muslim dogma are a group of texts ascribed to authors of the late first century of the Hijra. These texts bear on two major doctrinal controversies, the Murji'ite and the Qadarite, raising issues related on the one hand to the judgement of the events of the First Civil War, and on the other to the dilemma of ...more
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Published October 18th 2003 by Cambridge University Press (first published July 23rd 1981)
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Michael Allan Cook (born in 1940) is a British historian and scholar of Islamic history.

He studied History and Oriental Studies at King's College, Cambridge 1959-1963 and did postgraduate studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) of the University of London 1963-1966 under the supervision of Professor Bernard Lewis. He was lecturer in Economic History with reference to the Middl
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