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OXFORD THEOLOGY AND RELIGION MONOGRAPHS : qur'an of the oppressed.

Author: SHADAAB RAHEMTULLA
Publisher: OXFORD : OXFORD University Press, 2017.
Series: Oxford theology and religion monographs.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This study analyses the commentaries of four Muslim intellectuals who have turned to scripture as a liberating text to confront an array of problems, from patriarchy, racism, and empire to poverty and interreligious communal violence.
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Rahemtulla, Shadaab, 1983-
Qur'an of the oppressed : liberation theology and gender justice in Islam.
Oxford ; New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2017.
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: SHADAAB RAHEMTULLA
ISBN: 0192516493 9780192516497
OCLC Number: 971594797
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Contents: Cover; Qurán of the Oppressed: Liberation Theology and Gender Justice in Islam; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; 1: Introduction; Ontology as Methodology; The Study; 2: Theology of the Margins: The Reading of Farid Esack; Introduction; Historical Context; Interpretive Method; The Order of the Texts; Contests over Contexts: From Scholarly Project to Liberating Exegesis; Islam and the Task of Liberation; On Divine Justice; Esack and the Exodus: A Critique and a Proposal; Towards a Comprehensive Justice: Prophetic Solidarity Interfaith Solidarity and a Commitment to the MarginsBeyond Dialogue; Islam as a Theology of the Margins; Conclusions; 3: From the Hereafter to the Here and Now: The Reading of Asghar Ali Engineer; Introduction; Historical Context; Islamic Texts and Sacred Authority; Qurán First; Between Exegesis and Essentialism; On Authority; A Revolutionary Faith; Islam and Liberation Theology; Karbala: An Islamic Paradigm of Liberation; An All-Encompassing Justice? Class, Gender,and Pluralism; Secularism, Modernism, Peace: Three Critiques; Communal Violence and the Secular Alternative Reason and Literacy: A Modernist HermeneuticIs a Theology of Liberation Necessarilya Theology of Peace?; Conclusions; 4: Gender Justice as a Way of Life: The Reading of Amina Wadud; Introduction; Language and its Discontents; Historical Context; Hermeneutical Approach; A Quránic Discourse; An Exegesis for the Present (and who hasthe authority to do it); Between Praxis and Application; Qurán and Gender Justice; Women Reading as Women; The Origins of Humankind; The Justice of Divine Judgement; The Final Abodes; Polygamy, Veiling, and Seclusion; The Family: Then and Now Saying No to (the Literal Letter of) the TextOn Gender Mainstreaming and Male Solidarity; Paradigms of Struggle: Tawhid and Khilafa; Justice for All; Liberation for Whom?; On Race and Religious Pluralism; Class and Global Politics: A Problematic Analysis; Hagar: The Complexity of Oppression Embodied; Walking the Walk: Justice as a Way of Life; Conclusions; 5: Against Patriarchy: The Reading of Asma Barlas; Introduction; Historical Context; Methodology; The Primacy of the Word; How to Read the Qurán: Hermeneutical Strategies; Qurán and Gender I: Traditional Patriarchy Reading for Justice: A Different ApproachThe Infinite Justice of the One God; Our Father who art in Heaven; Fathers: Earthly Surrogates of God?; Prophetic Paradigms: Abraham and Muhammad; A Hermeneutical Irony; Qurán and Gender Ii: Modern Patriarchy; From Biological Sex to Politicized Gender; On Mothering, Polygamy, and Veiling; Revisiting a Difficult Verse; Critical Interpretation or Apologetic Argument?; Islam: A Double Critique; Between a Rock and a Hard Place; 9/11 and Empire; On Class and Race; Twin Fundamentalisms; Conclusions; 6: Conclusions: On Thematic Readings; Introduction
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