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  • 1
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    In:  The Bible in Arab Christianity (2007) 131-150
    Language: English
    Year of publication: 2007
    Titel der Quelle: The Bible in Arab Christianity
    Angaben zur Quelle: (2007) 131-150
    Keywords: Apocryphal Books (New Testament). Criticism, interpretation, etc. ; Christianity and antisemitism History To 1500 ; Christianity and other religions Judaism To 1500 ; History ; Islam Relations Middle Ages, 500-1500 ; Judaism
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  • 2
    Language: English
    Year of publication: 1999
    Titel der Quelle: East and West in the Crusader States
    Angaben zur Quelle: II (1999) 107-123
    Keywords: Muhammad, ; Islam Relations Middle Ages, 500-1500 ; Judaism
    Note: On the Syriac and Arabic legends on Muhammad's instruction by Christian and Jewish teachers.
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  • 3
    Language: English
    Year of publication: 1999
    Titel der Quelle: All Those Nations...
    Angaben zur Quelle: (1999) 131-139
    Keywords: Ibn al-Mahruma, Hawasi ; Ibn Kammūnah, Saʻd ibn Manṣūr, ; Judaism Relations ; Islam ; Jewish philosophy ; Judaism Relations Middle Ages, 500-1500 ; Christianity ; Jewish philosophy Middle Ages, 500-1500 ; Christianity and other religions Judaism To 1500 ; History
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  • 4
    Language: English
    Year of publication: 2022
    Titel der Quelle: Orientalia Christiana Periodica
    Angaben zur Quelle: 88,1 (2022) 81-104
    Keywords: Moses Islamic interpretations ; Moses Christian interpretations ; Bible. Influence ; Islamic literature History and criticism ; Islam Relations
    Abstract: The Munâjât Mûsâ or ‘the Intimate Conversations of God with Moses on Mount Sinai’ is a Moses apokryphon, probably originally written in Arabic, that describes how God gave Moses a series of moral injunctions and rituals and how Moses questioned God about His being and His power. The exchange between the two also features cosmogonic and soteriological themes and culminates in God’s promise of a fuller and final revelation in the future. In the Christian version God announces the Divine incarnation, while in the case of the Islamic Munâjât Mûsâ, God gives a preview of the advent of Muhammad. Judging from the vast amount of surviving manuscripts from all over the Islamicate world (including translations into Aljamiado, Swahili, Hausa, Persian and Malay), these versions must have been very popular. Eastern Christians also had versions in Syriac, Ethiopic and Armenian, while Ethiopian Jews reworked it into a Jewish text. In this paper I introduce the various versions, list their manuscripts, and analyze and compare some of the narrative strategies through which they appropriate Moses and the revelation on Sinai as known the Hebrew Bible. I also argue that there are elements in the apocryphon pointing to an Islamic origin.
    Note: Appeared also in "Dialogues and Disputes in Biblical Disguise from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages" (2022) 190-202.
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  • 5
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    In:  Minorities in Contact in the Medieval Mediterranean (2020) 119-142
    Language: English
    Year of publication: 2020
    Titel der Quelle: Minorities in Contact in the Medieval Mediterranean
    Angaben zur Quelle: (2020) 119-142
    Keywords: Christianity and antisemitism History To 1500 ; Religious disputations ; Religious disputations Early works to 1800 ; Judaism Controversial literature
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9789042915633 , 9042915633
    Language: English
    Pages: XXII, 297 S , 24 cm
    Year of publication: 2005
    Series Statement: Publications of the Thomas Instituut te Utrecht N.S., 11
    DDC: 201.5
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    Keywords: Islam Relations ; Judaism ; Judaism Relations ; Islam ; Islam Relations ; Christianity ; Christianity and other religions Islam ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Judentum ; Islam ; Christentum ; Interreligiöser Dialog
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 7
    ISBN: 9780520969100
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (382 p)
    Edition: [Online-Ausgabe]
    Year of publication: 2021
    DDC: 297.5/7409
    Keywords: Conversion Early works to 1800 Islam ; Conversion Sources Islam ; History ; RELIGION / Islam / History
    Abstract: Frontmatter -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Timelines -- Maps -- General Introduction -- Part One. The prophet and the empires of the caliphs (ca. seventh-tenth centuries) -- Introduction -- 1. Conversion in the Qurʾān -- 2. The Conversion of Khadīja bt. Khuwaylid by Muhammad b. Ishāq -- 3. On Three Jewish Converts to Islam from the Banū Qurayza, by Ibn Hishām -- 4. Women Converts and Familial Loyalty in the Time of the Prophet, by Muhammad b. Saʿd -- 5. Reports on Tribal Delegations to the Prophet, by Muhammad b. Saʿd -- 6. The Spread of Islam in Arabia: Expressing Conversion in Poetry, by Selected Early Arabic Poets -- 7. Early Hadīth Touching on Marriage and Conversion, by Ibn Abī Shayba -- 8. Practicalities and Motivations of Conversion as Seen through Early H.adīth and Law, by ʿAbd al-Razzāq b. Humām al-Sanʿānī and Abū Bakr Ah.mad b. Muhammad al-Khallāl -- 9. Christian Conversions to Islam in the Wake of the Arab Conquest, by Anastasius of Sinai -- 10. Jacob of Edessa's Canonical Responsa about Conversion and Islam, by Jacob of Edessa -- 11. A Multireligious City in Khurāsān Converts to Islam? by Shaykh al-Islām Abū Bakr ʿAbd Allāh al-Wāʿiz al-Balkhī -- 12. ʿUmar II and the Treatment of the Mawālī, by Ahmad b. Yahyā b. Jābir al-Balādhurī, Muhammad b. Jarīr al-Tabarī, and Abū Muhammad ʿAbd Allāh b. ʿAbd al-Hakam -- 13. Mass Conversion of Christians in Northern Mesopotamia, by Joshua the Stylite of Zuqnīn -- 14. Conversion and Martyrdom in ʿAbbasid Damascus, Anonymous -- 15. Three Accounts of Zoroastrian Conversion to Islam, by Muhammad b. ʿAbdūs al-Jahshiyārī, ʿAlī b. Yūsuf al-Qiftī, and Abū al-Faraj al-Isfahānī -- 16. Conversion to Islam among the Armenian Elite, by Tʽovma Artsruni -- 17. Conversion and Martyrdom in Córdoba, by Eulogius of Córdoba -- 18. A Christian Intellectual Declines to Convert to Islam, by Hunayn b. Ishāq -- 19. The Religious Commitment of the ʿAbbasid "Slave Soldiers," by Muh.ammad b. Jarīr al-T.abarī and Ah.mad b. Yūsuf "Ibn al-Dāya" -- 20. Zoroastrian Priests Offer Legal Advice about Conversion, by Ādurfarnbag son of Farroxzād and Ēmēd son of Ašawahišt -- 21. A Muslim Poet Consoles a Christian Friend Whose Nephew Has Converted to Islam, by al-Qāsim b. Yahyā al-Maryamī -- Part Two. The islamic commonwealth (ca. tenth-thirteenth centuries) -- Introduction -- 22. A Christian Convert's Examination of His Former Faith, by al-Hasan b. Ayyūb -- 23. A Monk's Conversion to Islam, by Abū al-Faraj al-Isfahānī -- 24. The Conversion of the Volga Bulgars, by Ahmad b. Fadlān b. al-ʿAbbās b. Rāshid b. Hammād -- 25. Notarial Forms for the Conversion of Non-Muslims to Islam, by Ibn al-ʿAttār -- 26. A Monk Deploring the Assimilation of the Christians to the Hagarenes, attributed to a monk called Apollo -- 27. The Foundation of Shaykh Abū Ish.āq Kāzarūnī's Congregational Mosque, by Mahmūd b. ʿUthmān -- 28. Conversion to Islam under the Fatimid Caliph al-Hākim bi-Amr Allāh, by Michael of Damrū (Mīkhāʾīl al-Damrāwī), Bishop of Tinnīs -- 29. Conversion from Motives of Expediency, by Sibt Ibn al-Jawzī -- 30. Conversion, Confession, Prayer, and Apostasy, by Ibn Rushd al-Jadd al-Qurtubī -- 31. The Conversion of the Turks, by Michael the Syrian -- 32. The Tribulations of a Converted Man's Daughter, by Bar Hebraeus -- 33. A Polemical Treatise by a Twelfth-Century Jewish Convert to Islam, by Abū Nasr Samawʾal b. Yahyā al-Maghribī -- 34. Anecdotes about Conversion in Twelfth-Century Syria, by Shams al-Dīn al-Dhahabī, Ibn Rajab, and Diyāʾ al-Dīn al-Maqdisī -- 35. Selections from Two Armenian Martyrologies, Anonymous -- 36. A Letter of Maimonides about Conversion and Martyrdom, Attributed to Moshe ben Maimon (Maimonides) -- 37. Apostasy in Jewish Responsa, by the Geonim of Babylonia and Abraham Maimonides -- 38. Several Documents from the Cairo Geniza Concerning Conversion to Islam, Anonymous -- 39. Conversion to Islam in the Period of the Crusades, by John of Ibelin, Odo of Deuil, Pope Alexander III, and Anonymous -- 40. Conversion Tales in the Vita of Shaykh ʿAbd Allāh al-Yūnīnī, the Lion of Syria, by Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Ahmad ʿUthmān -- Part Three. Sultans, conquerors, and travelers (ca. thirteenth-sixteenth centuries) -- Introduction -- 41. The Conversion of Medieval Ghāna as Narrated by a Later Ibādī Scholar, by Abū al-ʿAbbās Ahmad b. Saʿīd al-Darjīnī -- 42. Cheraman Perumal and Islam on the Malabar Coast, Anonymous -- 43. The Conversion Miracles and Life of the Dervish Sarı Saltuq, by Muhammad b. ʿAlī b. al-Sarrāj -- 44. The Providential Conversion of the Mongol King of Iran, by Abū al-Qāsim ʿAbd Allāh b. ʿAlī b. Muh.ammad al-Qāshānī and Rashīd al-Dīn Fad.l Allāh Abū al-Khayr -- 45. The Conversion of ʿAbd al-Sayyid, a Damascene Jew, by Qutb al-Dīn Mūsā b. Muhammad al-Yūnīnī -- 46. An Account of the Conversion of Egypt's Copts under Duress at the End of the Thirteenth Century, by Taqī al-Dīn Ahmad b. ʿAlī al-Maqrīzī -- 47. A Syriac Communal Lament over Apostasy, Anonymous -- 48. Conversion to Islam in South Asia as Transformation of the Heart, by Hażrat Khwāja Nizām al-Dīn Awliyā and Amīr Hasan ʿAlā Sijzī -- 49. A Jurist's Responses to Questions Regarding the Conversion of One Spouse, by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya -- 50. Anselm Turmeda/ʿAbd Allāh al-Tarjumān: A Former Mallorcan Franciscan in the Service of the Hafsids in North Africa, by Anselm Turmeda/ʿAbd Allāh al-Tarjumān -- 51. Three Stories of Conversion from the Life of Sayyid Ah.mad Bashīrī, a Sufi of Timurid Central Asia, Anonymous (or Nāsir b. Qāsim b. Hājjī Muhammad Turkistānī Farghānaʾī) -- 52. The Conversion of the Kingdom of Pasai, Indonesia, Anonymous -- 53. A Tract against "Unbelieving Believers" in West Africa, by Muh.ammad b. ʿAbd al-Karīm al-Maghīlī -- 54. Conversions to Islam in a Late Medieval Chronicle from Damascus, by Shihāb al-Dīn Ah.mad b. Tawq and Shams al-Dīn Muhammad b. Tūlūn -- 55. Documentary Records of Conversions among Ottoman Palace Personnel, by Ottoman Officials and Elite Servants of the Sultan -- 56. A Conversion Tale from Java, Indonesia, Anonymous -- 57. The Story of Master She Yunshan's Conversion in Changzhou, China, by Zhao Can -- Appendix: Sources -- List of Contributors -- Index
    Abstract: Conversion to Islam is a phenomenon of immense significance in human history. At the outset of Islamic rule in the seventh century, Muslims constituted a tiny minority in most areas under their control. But by the beginning of the modern period, they formed the majority in most territories from North Africa to Southeast Asia. Across such diverse lands, peoples, and time periods, conversion was a complex, varied phenomenon. Converts lived in a world of overlapping and competing religious, cultural, social, and familial affiliations, and the effects of turning to Islam played out in every aspect of life. Conversion therefore provides a critical lens for world history, magnifying the constantly evolving array of beliefs, practices, and outlooks that constitute Islam around the globe. This groundbreaking collection of texts, translated from sources in a dozen languages from the seventh to the eighteenth centuries, presents the historical process of conversion to Islam in all its variety and unruly detail, through the eyes of both Muslim and non-Muslim observers
    Note: Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. , In English
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