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The Final Imperative: An Islamic Theology Of Liberation

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Published January 1st 1991 by Bellew Publishing
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Nov 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
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In the current climate of so-called political discourse which demands apologies and justifications from those who are on the opposite side of the power spectrum, it is refreshing to find critique that travels in the other direction. After centuries of negativity (to say the least) from the Christian "West", Shabbir Akhtar reminds us of the liberatory power of Islam that he claims in fact is mimicked by Christian Liberation theologies, while revealing the basis for the current coming together of ...more
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