Last edited by Zulurg
Saturday, May 2, 2020 | History

1 edition of Muslims and others in sacred space found in the catalog.

Muslims and others in sacred space

Margaret Cormack

Muslims and others in sacred space

by Margaret Cormack

  • 279 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Relations,
  • Islamic shrines,
  • Sacred space,
  • Islam

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Margaret Cormack
    SeriesReligion, culture, and history
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP171 .M867 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25223927M
    ISBN 109780199925049, 9780199925063
    LC Control Number2012006849

      Sharing Sacred Spaces will spark debate, perhaps controversy, and hopefully further research into points of contact between the monotheistic religions, and others." Levantine Review "Primarily anthropological in approach and methodology, this book will be engaging and stimulating for geographers of : Dionigi Albera. Shared festivals and intercessory processions by medieval Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Egypt, the Levant, al-Andalus and the Maghrib challenged both communal and gender boundaries while at the same time served as a tool by which Muslims, Christians, and Jews sought to reassert such boundaries through interpretation and rhetoric. Shared rituals and concern about them were long-standing Author: Alexandra Cuffel.

    By exploring the way we see religion and how we understand secular and sacred space, Designing Sacred Spaces reveals how we see ourselves and how we see others. A tour-de-force of first-person narratives, research, and illustrations, this book is a vital desk reference. In "Shared Sacred Sites," which explores places of worship, Christianity, Judaism and Islam intersect in fellowship and peace. In a pristine 16th-century Book of Hours, Mary appears calm as Author: Gordon Haber.

    Purity and sacred space In asking what Shi‘a exegetical thought on Qur’an tells us about the concepts of sacredness and purity in relation to place, I draw on the insights of scholars of sacred space such as David Brown, Annemarie Schimmel, F. E. Peters, and . Religious texts are texts related to a religious tradition. They differ from literary texts by being a compilation or discussion of beliefs, mythologies, ritual practices, commandments or laws, ethical conduct, spiritual aspirations, and for creating or fostering a religious community. The relative authority of religious texts develops over time and is derived from the ratification.


Share this book
You might also like
Gold comes in bricks

Gold comes in bricks

Hill Country, Texas StreetMap

Hill Country, Texas StreetMap

ACTIVE CONTROL OF FAN NOISE: FEASIBIITY STUDY FINAL REPORT... NASA-CR-198513... MAR. 24, 1997.

ACTIVE CONTROL OF FAN NOISE: FEASIBIITY STUDY FINAL REPORT... NASA-CR-198513... MAR. 24, 1997.

Rethinking the reserves

Rethinking the reserves

Getting started with Lotus 1-2-3, release 2.3

Getting started with Lotus 1-2-3, release 2.3

Janitorial business start up guide

Janitorial business start up guide

Spanish for social workers

Spanish for social workers

AIDS directed programme

AIDS directed programme

The Crescent And The Bull

The Crescent And The Bull

Social stigma and the criminal group.

Social stigma and the criminal group.

Confederate Ireland, Cromwell and the Battle of Scariffhollis.

Confederate Ireland, Cromwell and the Battle of Scariffhollis.

Energy: oil imports

Energy: oil imports

Sociology today

Sociology today

history of dance teacher certification and licensing in the United States

history of dance teacher certification and licensing in the United States

McKinsey Award winners

McKinsey Award winners

Denalis howl

Denalis howl

Muslims and others in sacred space by Margaret Cormack Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Muslims and others in sacred space. [Margaret Cormack;] -- This collection of seven essays offers wide-ranging and in-depth studies of locations sacred to Muslims, of the histories of these sites (real or imagined), and of the ways in which Muslims and. Muslims Muslims and others in sacred space book Others in Sacred Space (AAR Religion, Culture, and History) 1st Edition.

by Margaret Cormack (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

5/5(1). The chapters in this volume examine different types of “sacred spaces” and the ways in which Muslims and members of other religious groups legitimize them and/or interact with each other at such real or imagined locations. The roles and identities of individuals considered holy (and why they are so designated) are discussed.

Request PDF | Muslims and Others in Sacred Space | The chapters in this volume examine different types of "sacred spaces" and the ways in which Muslims and members of other religious groups. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 Online-Ressource: Contents: Preface and Acknowledgements ; Contributors ; Frontispiece ; Introduction - Peter Gottschalk ; Chapter 1, Baraka Besieged - David Damrel ; Chapter 2, Boundaries and Baraka - Lance D.

Laird ; Chapter 3, Christmas in Camberene, or how Muhammad Begets Jesus. Muslims and Others in Sacred Space is an invaluable resource to anyone interested in the complex meanings of sacred sites in Muslim history.

Additional Information. Hardback and Paperback; Pages; Published: December ; ISBN: and ; Series: Religion, Culture, and History; Ordering Information. USA; Canada. This collection of seven essays offers wide-ranging and in-depth studies of locations sacred to Muslims, of the histories of these sites (real or imagined), and of the ways in which Muslims and members of other religions have interacted peaceably in sacred times and a theoretical introduction by Peter Gottschalk, David Damrel discusses historic and modern controversies surrounding.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for AAR Religion, Culture, and History: Muslims and Others in Sacred Space (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Muslims and Others in Sacred Space (AAR Religion, Culture, and History) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1). Sacred Space is now available on Apple/iOS and Android/Google Play devices.

Click on your device’s app store icon to install now: Sacred Space - daily prayer for 20 years. Sacred Space began in and has offered new content every day since then.

You can see some of the thoughts of other users of the site on our Feedback page. Sacred space is an important topic in understanding Islamic pilgrimage. The direction of prayer is the Ka‘bah, bringing the focus of Muslim prayer towards Mecca throughout the day. The qiblah (direction of prayer) is often marked by a sticker or other symbol in hotel rooms, so that Muslims can orient themselves for their daily prayers.

Purity (Taharah): Muslims prayer space must be completely clean. This is the reason why most Muslims decide to use prayer rugs that are kept clean for the ritual prayers. Direction (qiblah): The islamic sacred space must always face Mecca. To offer their prayers to the House of God located in Mecca.

The features of a sacred space may include. Chapter 3: What Is Sacred To Muslims. The Holy Mosque in Makkah While the primary function of a mosque is as a place of worship, mosques are also centers for learning and charity - in addition to being the place of the community's social, cultural and political activity.

Prisons stand as a major monument to the spread of Islam in America, and should be recognized as a special space in the history American Islam.

SpearIt is the author of a new book, American Prisons: A Critical Primer on Culture and Conversion to Islam, which delves more. Islam: Sacred Spaces and Places Although Muslims pray five times daily in their homes or wherever they are, in fact even in the streets, Muslims also worship in mosques.

Mosques can be very elaborate, large structures or very simple ones. Double-book review of Albera and Couroucli, eds, Sharing Sacred Spaces in the Mediterranean, and Cormack, ed., Muslims and Others in Sacred Space, IJIA. In general, a sacred space for a religious believer is anywhere they can turn to their God.

However, trends of these religious sacred spaces include: Mosques (Islam), Churches (Christianity) and Temples (Judaism). Mosques and Sacred Spaces of Muslims: In the Islamic religion, the cities of Mecca and Medina are very deep and meaningful places.

Sacred space in the Islamic world is most obviously found in mosques and in Mecca, the holiest city in Islam. In addition to the major pilgrimage called Hajj, which takes place in Mecca at a. SACRED SPACES.

Eric Northey Although, personally, I have no religious belief, I regularly sing in churches and am keenly interested in the idea of 'sacred space'. I have recently sung two concerts of unaccompanied Russian choral music at Gorton Monastery; both were absolutely sold out, with little or no advertising on our part.

Angels, Ritual and Sacred Space in Islam are often in a parallel location and usually take the same physical form. As will be seen below, the Ka'ba marks the particular locus where there is a direct link between the heaven and earthly realms.

The Ka'ba is also the direction in which Muslims pray—a common feature of a temple inCited by: 1. Commentary on Acts Following the conversion of Saul, persecutions come to an end for the time being and the new Church enjoys peace all through Judea and Jerusalem, Galilee and Samaria.Muslim's sacred book is a crossword puzzle clue.

Clue: Muslim's sacred book. Muslim's sacred book is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted 1 time. There are related clues (shown below).- Sacred mountain, axis mundi, circumambulation, pilgrimage, ceremonial space, burial, healing site, place of worship.

See more ideas about Ap art 92 pins.