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Islam 17 5,325 88:45
11 1896 Philosophy of Teachings of Islam by Ghulam 142 2:24
16 1909 Christianity & Islam by Becker 69 1:09
1 Three Translations of Koran Al-Qur'an side
by Abdullah Yusuf Ali, M. H. Mohammad Habib Shakir & Marmaduke William Pickthall
313,534W 1254 20:54
2 1930 Meaning of Glorious Koran Surahs X by Marmaduke Pickthall247,250W 989 16:28:47 452M
60 Chapters
3 1880 Sacred Books of East
by Various
122,723W 491 7:51
1 INTRODUCTION Abstract of Contents of Qur'an
2 Opening Chapter
3 Chapter of Heifer
4 Imrairs Family
5 Women
6 Table
7 Cattle
8 A! Aaraf
9 Spoils
10 Repentance or Immunity
11 Jonah
12 Hud
13 Joseph
14 Thunder
15 Chapter of Abraham
16 Chapter of El 'Ifagr
17 Chapter of Bee
4 1880 Faith of Islam by Edward Sell 107,260W 429 7:09
1 FOUNDATIONS OF ISLÁM
2 EXEGESIS OF QURÁN & TRADITIONS
3 SECTS OF ISLÁM
4 CREED OF ISLÁM
5 PRACTICAL DUTIES OF ISLÁM
6 FEASTS & FASTS OF ISLÁM
5 Islam: Spirit & Form
by Osman Nuri Topbas
71,250W 285 4:45
6 1889 Christianity & Islam in Spain 756-1031 by Charles Reginald Haines 64,268W 257 4:17
14 Chapters
7 1910 Mystics & Saints of Islam
by Claud Field
62,335W 249P 4:09
1 CHAPTERS
1 PAN ISTIC SUFISM
2 HASAN BASRI
3 RABIA, WOMAN SUFI
4 IBRAHIM BEN ADHAM
5 FUDHAYL BEN AYAZ
6 BAYAZID BASTAMI
7 ZU'N NUN OF EGYPT
8 MANSUR HALLAJ
9 HABIB AJAMI
10 AVICENNA IBN SINA
11 AL GHAZZALI
12 FARIDUDDIN ATTAR
13 SUHRAWARDY
14 JALALUDDIN RUMI
15 SHARANI, EGYPTIAN
16 MULLAH SHAH
2 APPENDIX
1 MOHAMMEDAN CONVERSIONS
2 EXPOSITION OF SUFISM
3 CHRISTIAN ELEMENTS IN MOHAMMEDAN LITERATURE
4 CHRIST IN MOHAMMEDAN TRADITION
8 Tears of Heart
by Osman Nuri Topbas
62,000W 248 4:08
9 1882 Future of Islam
by Wilfred Scawen Blunt
50,613W 202 3:22
1 Census of Mohammedan World. Haj
2 Modern Question of Caliphate
3 True Metropolis: Mecca
4 Mohammedan Reformation
5 Engl&'s Interest in Islam
10 Underst&ing Islam - Quick Grasp of Faith
by Harun Yahya & Adnan Oktar
44,000W 176 2:56
11 1896 Philosophy of Teachings of Islam
by Ghulam Ahmad, Mirza
35,500W 142 2:24
12 1909 Islam Her Moral & Spiritual Value A Rational & Pyschological Study
by Arthur Glyn Leonard
35,565W 142 2:22
1 SO-CALLED MOSLEM MENACE!
2 OUTLINE OF MOHAMMED'S TEMPERAMENT & CHARACTERISTICS
3 ENVIRONMENT THAT MOULDED MOHAMMED
4 MOHAMMED'S PRINCIPLES & BELIEFS
5 MATERIAL & O R SIDES OF PRO- PHET'S CHARACTER
6 BRIEF SUMMARY OF MOHAMMED'S WORK & WORTH
7 MOSLEM MORALITY & CHRISTENDOM'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS ISLAM
8 EUROPE'S DEBT TO ISLAM : ETHNIC SPHERES OF INFLUENCE
13 1891 Two Old Faiths Essays on Religions of Hindus & Mohammedans
by Mitchell, J. Murray John Murray, Muir, William
34,387W 138 2:18
1 HINDU RELIGION
1 Outline of Essay
2 Introduction
3 Vedas
4 Philosophy, & Ritualism
5 Reconstruction, Modern Hinduism
6 Contrast with Christianity
7 Hinduism in Contact with Christianity
2 RISE & DECLINE OF ISLAM
1 Rapid Spread of Islam
2 Why Spread of Islam was Stayed
3 Low Position of Islam in Scale of Civilization
14 PROPHET OF MERCY MUHAMMAD, Scenes From His Life Prophet Muhammad
by Osman Nuri Topbas
29,250W 117 1:57
15 1922 Notes on Islam
by Sir Ahmed Hussain
22,896W 92 1:32
1 Muslim Prayer
1 1st Chapter of Qur'an
2 What is Religion?
3 What is true Islam?
4 What is not Islam
5 "Islam" & "Not-Islam"
6 Why is Islam Best Religion?
7 Unity & Union
8 Perfection & Self-help
9 Moderation & via media
10 Evolution & Survival
11 "Religion begins with Fear of Lord & ends in Love of Man"
2 APPENDIX
1 Muslim Reformation
2 Our Prayer
16 1914 Mohammed, Prophet of Islam
by H. E. E. Herbert Edward Elton Hayes
11,200W 45 45Min
1 EARLY LIFE
2 "CALL" TO PROPHETIC OFFICE
3 BIRTH OF ISLAMIC SOCIETY
4 GROWTH & PROGRESS
5 WORLD CONQUEST
6 MOHAMMED & WOMEN
       
2 1930 Meaning of Glorious Koran Surahs X by Marmaduke Pickthall247,250W 989 16:28:47 452M M
1 Opening
2 Cow
3 Family of 'Imran
4 Women
5 Table Spread
6 Cattle
7 Heights
8 Spoils of War
9 Repentence
10 Jonah
11 Hud
12 Joseph
13 Thunder
14 Abraham
15 Stonel&
16 Bee
17 Children of Israel
18 Cave
19 Mary
20 Ta-Ha
21 Prophets
22 Pilgrimage
23 Believers
24 Light
25 Criterion
26 Poets
27 Ant
28 Story
29 Spider
30 Romans
31 Luqman
32 Prostration
33 Clans
34 Saba
35 Angels
36 Ya-Seen
37 Those who set Ranks
38 Letter Sad
39 Troops
40 Forgiver God
41 Explained in Detail
42 Council
43 Gold Ornaments
44 Smoke
45 Crouching
46 Wind-Curved S&hills
47 Muhammad
48 Victory
49 Private Apartments
50 Letter Qaf
51 Winnowing Winds
52 Mount
53 Star
54 Moon
55 Beneficent
56 Event
57 Iron
58 Pleading Woman
59 Exile
60 She That is to be Examined
 
 
4 1880 Faith of Islam by Edward Sell 107,260W 429 7:09 M
1 FOUNDATIONS OF ISLÁM
1 Qurán
2 Its revelation
3 Miraculous nature
4 Arrangement of Qurán
5 Osmán's recension. Sunnat
6 authority of Sunnat
7 Tradition: Bid'at or innovation
8 Shía'h Traditions. Ijmá'
9 Ijtihád
10 4 orthodox Imáms, Hanífa, Málik, Sháfa'í & Hanbal. Qíás
11 Established by early Mujtahidín
12 Sterility of Islám 1
2 EXEGESIS OF QURÁN & TRADITIONS
1 Inspiration
27 readings
3 Work of a Commentator
4 Words & Sentences of Qurán
5 Use of words
6 Deductions of arguments from Qurán
7 Divisions of Qurán
8 Abrogation
9 Creation of Qurán
10 Hadís or Tradition
11 Collections of Traditions
12 Classification of Traditions 37

3 SECTS OF ISLÁM

1 Shía'hs
2 Imámat
3 Khárigites
4 Núr-i-Muhammadí
5 Imám
6 Ismá,ílians & Imámites
7 Ghair-i-Mahdís
8 Dá,irí
9 Mahmúdíah
10 Khalífate
11 Súfíism
12 Persian Poetry
13 Darwíshes
14 Omar Khayyám
15 Wahhábís
16 ir rise
17 spread in India
18 doctrines & influence 73
19 Note to Chapter 3
4 CREED OF ISLÁM
1 Imán
2 God
3 Attributes of God
4 Discussions on nature of God
5 rise of Mutazilites
6 Sifátíans
7 Mushábihites
8 Names of God
9 Creation of Qurán. Angels
10 Recording Angels
11 Hárút & Márút
12 Munkir & Nakír
13 Jinn. Books
14 Abrogation
15 Tahríf. Prophets
16 Rank & inspiration of prophets
17 Nabí & Rasúl
18 Sinlessness of prophets
19 Anbiya-ulul-'Azm
20 Miracles of prophets
21 Mi'ráj. Resurrection & last day
22 Trumpets
23 Descent of books
24 Balances
25 Bridge
26 Al-A'ráf
27 Al-Barzakh
28 Intercession of Muhammad
29 Heaven
30 Hell. Predestination of good & evil
31 Jabríans
32 Qadríans
33 Ash'aríans
34 Free-will
35 Apostacy 116
36 4 Muslim Philosophy 181
5 PRACTICAL DUTIES OF ISLÁM
1 Farz, wájib, sunnat, mustahab & mubáh actions
2 Harám or unlawful acts. Tashahhud. Salát
3 Wazú
4 Ghusl
5 Tayammum
6 Namáz
7 Farz, sunnat, witr & nafl rak'ats
8 Appointed hours of prayer
9 Friday Namáz & sermon
10 Namáz on a journey & in time of war
11 Namáz in Ramazán, during an eclipse & in time of drought
12 Funeral service
13 Its ritual & prayers. Fasting
14 Its time & nature. Zakát
15 Nisáb
16 Proportion of property to be given as alms
17 Recipients of Zakát. Hajj
18 Farz, sunnat, wájib & mustahab duties connected with Hajj
19 Time for Hajj
20 Arrival of Hájí at Mecca
21 Tawáf, Ceremonies of Hajj, Conclusion of Hajj, Formal nature of Islám 187
22 5 Fatvá on Namáz 233
6 FEASTS & FASTS OF ISLÁM
1 Muharram
2 Áshúr Khána
3 Marsiya
4 Wáqi'a Khán
5 Alams
6 Ceremonies of 'Áshúrá
7 Fátihas for 'Alí, for Hasan & Husain
8 Akhir-i-chár Shamba
9 Bárá Wafát
10 Jashn-i-milád-i-Sharif
11 Ásár-i-Sharíf
12 Shab Barát
13 Ramazán & 'Íd-ul-Fitr
14 'Itikáf
15 Sadqa
16 Sermon on 'Íd-ul-Fitr
17 Baqr-'Íd or 'Íd-uz-Zuhá
18 Sermon on 'Íd-uz-Zuhá
19 Qurbán or Sacrifice
20 Festival of Madár
21 Festival of Sálár Mas'úd Ghází
22 Festival of Khája Khizr
23 Feast of Pír Dastgír Sáhib
24 Festival of Qádir Walí Sáhib
25 Index of Technical Terms
 
   
6 1889 Christianity & Islam in Spain 756-1031 by Charles Reginald Haines 64,268W 257 4:17
1
1 Invasion of Spain by barbarians
2 Its easy conquest
3 Quarrels among conquerors
4 Departure of V&als
5 Visigoths gain supremacy
6 Conflict with Eastern Empire
7 Reduction of Suevi
8 All Spain becomes Gothic
9 Approach of Saracens
10 Planting of Christianity in Spain
11 St James
12 Gospel first preached at Elvira
13 Irenaeus
14 Persecutions
15 Martyrs
16 Council of Elvira
17 Council of Nice
18 Number of Christians
19 Paganism proscribed
20 Julian
21 Arianism
22 Ulphilas
23 Conversion of barbarians
24 Degeneracy of religion
25 Priscillian
26 His heresy condemned
27 Priscillian burnt
28 Paganism, in Spain
29 Gothic Government
30 Church & State
31 Power of king
32 Election of bishops
33 Arianism of Goths
34 Ermenegild
35 Bigotry in Spain
36 Jews
37 Influence of clergy
38 pope 1-11
2
1 Period of Gothic rule
2 Degeneracy of Goths
3 Causes of ir fall
4 Battle of Guadalete
5 Resistance of towns
6 odomir
7 Remnant in North
8 Mohammedanism
9 Its rise & progress
10 Reduction of Africa
11 Siege of Constantinople
12 Attacks on Spain
13 Tarif
14 Arabs in Gaul
15 Anarchy in Spain
16 Christians in North
17 Clemency of Arabs
18 Treaties
19 Conquest easy
20 Rhapsodies of Isidore
21 Slaves
22 Jews
23 Impartiality of Arab governors
24 Khalifate established
25 Feuds of Arabs & Berbers
26 Revolt of Berbers
27 Syrian Arabs
28 Settlement of Arabs
29 Effect of Berber wars 11-25
3
1 L&ing of Abdurrahman
2 Khalifate of Cordova
3 Condition of Christians
4 Proselytism
5 Apostates
6 Arabs & Spaniards
7 Evidence of Christian writers
8 Condition of people
9 Serfs
10 No revolts
11 No solidarity with Christians in North
12 Relations wkh Arabs at 1st friendly
13 jehad in Spain
14 Martyrs in battle
15 Fabulous martyr
16 Anambad, 1st martyr
17 Peter of Najuma
18 No o r till 824
19 John & Adulphus
20 Causes of Martyrdoms
21 Amalgamation of 2 peoples
22 Intermarriage
23 Children of mixed parents
24 Nunilo & Alodia
25 Mania for martyrdom
26 Voluntary martyrdoms
27 Spanish confessors
28 Threatened deterioration in Church
29 Christianity infected with Moslem customs
30 Religious fervour in convents
31 Fanaticism, of monks
32 Fresh martyrs
33 Perfectus, John, Isaac
34 Arab inability to underst& motives of se martyrs
35 Causes of fanaticism
36 Sanctus
37 Peter
38 Walabonsus, etc 25-40
4
1 Flora & Maria
2 ir adventures
3 Trial
4 Meet Eulogius in prison
5 ir execution
6 O r martyrs
7 Hidden Christians
8 Aurelius, Sabigotha, etc
9 Plan for procuring martyrdom
10 Miracle in prison
11 Execution
12 O r martyrs
13 Death of Abdurrahman 2
14 Mohammed 1
15 Martyrs
16 Prodigy upon ir execution
17 Outrage in a mosque
18 Punishment of offenders
19 Apprehension of king
20 Meditates a persecution
21 Even a massacre
22 Series of martyrdoms
23 Cloister of Tabanos suppressed
24 Columba, Pomposa
25 Abundius a true martyr
26 O rs martyred
27 Censor of Cordova
28 Persecution & death of Ruderic
29 Eulogius Parentage & antecedents
30 Opposes amalgamation of Arabs & Christians
31 Encourages learning of Latin
32 Imprisonment
33 Elected Bishop of Toledo
34 Again imprisoned
35 Trial
36 Execution
37 His relics
5
1 Doubtful martyrs
2 No persecution raging
3 Muzarabes
4 Churches in Cordova
5 Arab description of a church
6 Monasteries outside city
7 Voluntary martyrs, chiefly from Cordova
8 No ferment at Elvira
9 Enthusiasts not a large body
10 ir leaders
11 moderate party
12 Objections against martyrs
13 Voluntary martyrdoms forbidden by Church
14 Answer of apologists
15 Evidence as to persecution
16 Apologists inconsistent
17 Eulogius & Alvar
18 Reviling of Mohammed
19 Martyrs worked no miracles
20 Defence of apologists illogical
21 Martyrs put to death not by idolaters
22 Death without torture
23 ir bodies corrupted
24 Moslem taunts
25 Effect of martyrdoms on Moslems
26 Prohibition of relics
27 Traffic in relics
28 y work miracles
29 Relics taken from Spain to France
30 Expedition of monks for that purpose
31 St Vincent's body
32 Relics of George, Aurelius, etc., carried off
33 Return to France
34 Measures of moderate party
35 Of Moslems
36 Reccafredus
37 supported by majority of Christians
38 Fanatics coerced Ana matized
39 Action of king
40 Suspects political movement
41 Revolt at Toledo
42 Gr& Council
43 Measures against zealots
44 Meditated persecution
45 extreme party broken up
46 Apostasies
47 Reason of se
48 exceptor Gomez
49 decision of Council
50 Cessation of martyrdoms
6
1 National party
2 Revolt of Spaniards against Arabs
3 Martyrs in battle
4 Martyrdoms under Abdurrahman 3
5 Pelagius
6 Argentea
7 monks of Cardena
8 Eugenia
9 No real persecution under Great Khalif
10 General view of Christian Church in Spain under Abdurrahman 2
11 Civil position of Christians
12 Councils
13 Neglect of Latin
14 Arabic compulsory
15 Protests of Alvar, etc.
16 Latin forgotten
17 Cultivation of Moslem learning
18 Moslem ology
19 Church abuses
20 Simony
21 Breach of canons
22 Unworthy priests
23 Rival pastors
24 Heresy in Church
25 Depravity of clergy
26 ir apostasy
27 ir deposition
28 Muzarabes
29 Free Christians in North
30 Church in North
31 Its dangerous position
32 Cut short by Almanzor
33 Clergy oppress Christians
34 Count of Cordova
35 Ill-treats Christians
36 Councils
37 Held by Elip&us
38 By Reccafredus
39 By Hostegesis
40 Jews & Moslems summoned
41 Council held by Basilius
7
1 Khalifate saved by Abdurrahman 3
2 Comm&er of Faithful
3 His character
4 Embassy to Emperor of West
5 Return embassy
6 John of Gorz
7 Detained in Cordova
8 Messengers from king
9 Cause of detention
10 John of Gorz & John of Cordova
11 king's threats
12 Dead-lock
13 Fresh embassy to Otho
14 2nd embassy from Otho
15 1st embassy received
16 Condescension of Sultan
17 Tolerance of Moslems
18 Mohammed's injunctions
19 Tolerant Mohammedan rulers elsewhere
20 Alcuin
21 Arnold of Citeaux
22 Bernard, Archbishop of Toledo
23 Christians tolerated, even encouraged
24 Officer of protection"
25 Christian courts
26 Censors
27 Sclavonian bodyguard
28 Arab pride of race
29 Partial Amalgamation of races
30 Alliances between Arabs & Christians
31 Intermarriages
32 Offspring of se
33 maiden tribute
34 Evidence in its favour
35 No myth
36 Conversions
37 Mohammedan view of apostasy
8
1 Arab factions
2 Berbers
3 Spaniards
4 Muwallads
5 Despised by Arabs
6 Revolts at Cordova, &c.
7 Intrigues with Franks
8 Letter of Louis
9 Revolt of Toledo
10 Christians & Muwallads make common cause
11 Omar
12 Begins life as a b&it
13 Captured
14 Escapes
15 Heads national party
16 Becomes a Christian
17 Utterly defeated
18 Muwallads desert him
19 Death of Omar
20 Stronghold of Bobastro captured
21 End of rebellion
22 Christians under Abdurrahman 3
23 Almanzor
24 Anarchy
25 End of Khalifate
26 Knowledge of Christianity & Mohammedanism slight among those of opposite creed
27 Christian writers on Islam
28 Eulogius
29 Mohammed's relation to Christianity
30 Alvar
31 Unfair to Mohammed
32 His ignorance of Koran
33 Prophecy of Daniel.
34 Moslem knowledge of Christianity
35 Mistaken idea of Trinity
36 Ibn Hazm
37 St James of Compostella
9
1 Traces of amalgamation of religions
2 Instances elsewhere
3 Essential differences of Islam & Christianity
4 Compromise attempted
5 Influence of Islam, over Christianity
6 Innovating spirit in Spain
7 Heresy in Septimania
8 Its possible connection with Mohammedanism
9 Migetian heresy as to Trinity
10 Its approach to Mohammedan doctrine
11 O r similar heresies
12 Adoptionism
13 Our knowledge of it
14 Whence derived
15 Connection with Islam
16 Its author or authors
17 Probably Elip&us
18 His opponents
19 His character
20 Independence
21 Jealousy of Free Church in North
22 Nature of Adoptionism
23 Not a revival of Nestorianism
24 Origin of name
25 Arose from inadvertence
26 Felix
27 His arguments
28 Alcuin's answers
29 Christ, Son of God by adoption
30 Unity of Persons acknowledged
31 First mention of ory
32 Adrian
33 Extension of heresy
34 Its opponents
35 Felix amenable to Church discipline
36 Elip&us under Arab rule
37 Councils
38 Of Narbonne
39 Friuli
40 Ratisbon
41 Felix abjures his heresy
42 Alcuin
43 Council of Frankfort
44 Heresy ana matized
45 Councils of Rome & Aix
46 Felix again recants
47 Alcuin's book
48 Elip&us & Felix die in ir error
49 Summary of evidence connecting adoptionism with Mohammedanism
50 Heresy of Claudius
51 Iconoclasm Libri Carolini
52 Claudius, bishop of Turin
53 Crusade against image-worship
54 His opponents
55 Arguments
56 Independence
57 Summoned before a Council
58 Refuses to attend
59 Albigensian heresy
10
1 Mutual influences of 2 creeds
2 Socially & intellectually
3 No monks in Islam"
4 Faquirs
5 conventual system adopted by Arabs
6 Arab account of a convent
7 Moslem nuns
8 Islam Christianised
9 Christian spirit in Mohammedanism
10 Arab magnanimity
11 Moslem miracles
12 like Christian ones
13 Enlightened Moslems
14 Philosophy
15 Freethinkers
16 ologians
17 Almanzor
18 Moslem sceptics
19 Averroes
20 faquis or ologians
21 Sect of Malik ibn Ans
22 Power of ologians
23 Decay of Moslem customs
24 Wine drunk
25 Music cultivated
26 Silk worn
27 Statues set up
28 Turning towards Mecca
29 Eating of sow's flesh
30 Enfranchisement of Moslem women
31 Love
32 Distinguished women
33 Women in mosques
34 At tournaments
35 Arab love-poem
36 Treatise on love 136-148
11
1 Influence of Mohammedanism
2 Circumcision of Christians
3 Even of a bishop
4 Customs retained for contrast
5 Cleanliness rejected as peculiar to Moslems
6 Celibacy of clergy
7 Chivalry
8 Origin
9 Derived from Arabs
10 Favoured by state of Spain
11 Spain cradle of chivalry
12 Arab chivalry
13 Qualifications for a knight
14 Rules of knighthood
15 Cid
16 Almanzor
17 His generosity
18 Justice
19 Moslem military orders
20 Holy wars
21 Christianity Mohammedanized
22 "Apo osis of chivalry"
23 Chivalry a sort of religion
24 Social compromise
25 Culminates in Crusades
12 APPENDIX A
1 Jews persecuted by Goths
2 Help Saracens
3 Numbers
4 Jews in France
5 Illtreated
6 Accusations against
7 Eleazar, an apostate
8 Incites Spanish Moslems against Christians
9 Intellectual development of Jews in Spain
10 Come to be disliked by Arabs
11 Jews & Messiah
12 Judaism deteriorated
13 Contact with Islam
14 Civil position
15 Jews at Toledo
16 Christian persecution of Jews
17 Massacre
18 Expulsion
19 Conversion
20 "Mala Sangre
21 Inquisition
13 APPENDIX B
1 Spain & papal power
2 Early independence
3 Early importance of Spanish Church
4 Arian Spain
5 Orthodox Spain
6 Increase of papal influence
7 Independent spirit of king & clergy
8 Quarrel with pope
9 Arab invasion
10 Papal authority in North
11 Crusade preached
12 Intervention of pope
13 St James' relics
14 Claudius of Turin
15 Rejection of pope's claims
16 Increase of pope's power in Spain
17 Appealed to against Muzarabes
18 Errors of Migetius
19 Keeping of Easter
20 Eating of pork
21 Intermarriage with Jews & Moslems
22 Fasting on Sundays
23 Elip&us withst&s papal claims
24 Upholds intercourse with Arabs
25 Rejects papal supremacy
26 Advance of Christians in North
27 Extension of power of pope
28 Gothic liturgy suspected
29 Suppressed
30 Authority of pope over king
31 Appeals from king to pope
32 Rupture with Roman See
33 Resistance of sovereign & barons to pope
34 Inquisition established
35 Victims
36 Moriscoes persecuted
37 Reformation stamped out
38 Subjection of Spanish Church
14 LIST OF AUTHORITIES
 
16 1909 Christianity & Islam by C.H. Becker 17,310W 69 1:09
1 Introduction
1 subject from different points of view: limits of treatment
2 nature of subject: historical points of connection between Christianity & Islam
2 Christianity & rise of Islam
1 Muhammed & his contemporaries
2 influence of Christianity upon development of Muhammed
3 Muhammed's knowledge of Christianity
4 position of Christians under Muhammedanism
3 similarity of Christian & Muhammedan metaphysics during middle ages:
1 means & direction by which Christian influence affected Islam
2 penetration of daily life by spirit of religion: asceticism, contradictions & influences affecting development of a clerical class & ory of marriage
3 ory of life in general with reference to doctrine of immortality
4 attitude of religion towards State, economic life, society, etc.
5 permanent importance to Islam of se influences: doctrine of duties
6 Ritual
7 Mysticism & worship of saints
8 Dogma & development of scholasticism
4 influence of Islam upon Christianity:
1 manner in which this influence operated, & explanation of superiority of Islam
2 influence of Muhammedan philosophy
3 new world of European Christendom & modern East
4 Conclusion. historical growth of religion