Muslim Qurʼānic interpretation today : media, genealogies and interpretive communities / Johanna Pink
- Pink, Johanna
- Sheffield, South Yorkshire ; Bristol, CT : Equinox Publishing Ltd., 2019.
- Physical Description:
- x, 322 pages ; 24 cm.
- Themes in Qurʼānic studies
- Machine generated contents note: 1.The New Centrality Of The Qur'anic Message -- The place of the Qur'an in premodern Muslim societies -- The shift to the centre -- Pedagogy and guidance (hidaya): an Indonesian comic book on Q. 49:12 -- Ambiguity, disambiguation and guidance -- Translation and da'wu: a protestantisation of the Qur'an? -- Televangelism and da'wa. 'Amr Khalid (b. 1967, Egypt) on Q. 23:1-11 -- 2.Reconstituting The Exegetical Tradition -- A genealogical tradition -- The `ulama' as bearers of the tradition -- An 'ailm continuing the tradition oitafslr: Muhammad Quraish Shihab (b. 1944, Indonesia) on Q. 95:1-3 -- A Salafi paradigm -- Reshaping the tradition: Shaykh al-Mubarakpuri's Tafsir Ibn Kathir (Abridged) (India/Saudi Arabia) on Q. 38:21-25 -- Present-day Salafi exegesis -- Tukfir: Seyfuddin El-Muvahhid's Daveicin in Tefsiri (Turkey/?) on Q. 4:116 -- Exegetical traditions as a resource -- Condensing the tradition: 'A'id b. 'Abdallah al-Qarni (b. 1959, Saudi Arabia) on Q. 9:112 -- 3.Media -- Media transformations: from manuscripts to print and beyond -- Layers of media: Abdolali Bazargan (b. 1943; Iran/US) on Q. 103:3 -- Visual dimensions -- Tafsir in pictures: H. Abdul Mustaqim (b. 1972, Indonesia) on Q. 104 -- Pleaching and media: audio-visual representations and the internet -- From television to YouTube: Audio-visual interpretations of the Fatiha -- YouTube exegetes on Q.1:6-7 -- Hasan b. Farbto al-Maliki (b. 1970, Saudi Arabia) on Q. 1:6-7 -- 4.Modernism And Its Paradigms -- Modernism and other labels -- Maqasid, or the Qur'an's higher aims -- Historical contextualisation and its sources -- Tafsir in the order of revelation -- Reading the Qur'an in its chronological arrangement: Muhammad 'Abid al-Jabiri (1935-2010, Morocco) on Q.109 -- Abrogation (naskh) and its opponents -- Chronology, context, semantics: Talip Ozdes (b. 1954, Turkey) on Q. 16:101 -- Semantics and the `literal meaning' -- Literaiy exegesis -- Thematic tafsir (tafsir mawdu T) -- Tafsir at-Qur 'an bi 'l-Qur'an -- The contested Sunna: from hadilh-based exegesis to Qur'anism -- A Qur'anist approach: Ahmad Subhi Mansur (b. 1949, Egypt/USA) on Q. 2:221 -- 5.In Defence Of A Perfect Scripture: The Qur'an As A Holistic System -- Defending polygamy: Kaninan Hamza(b. 1942, Egypt) on Q. 4:3 -- Islamist Qur'anic interpretation -- The `system' (naz/n) and structure of the Qur'an -- The sacralisation of the Qur'an's canonical arrangement: 'Amr Khalid on the structure of the Qur'an and the unity of suras -- `Amr Khalid on Sura al-Nisa' (Q. 4) -- Science and the i'jaz paradigm -- The scientific i'jaz: Miracles of Quran on Q. 27:18 -- 6.The Global Qur'an In A Diverse World -- Negotiating the boundaries of Islamicness through the Qur'an: Ali Adil Atalay `Vaktidolu' (b. 1936, Turkey) on Q. 2:21 -- Centre, periphery and hierarchies of language -- Nation states -- State building: the Indonesian Ministry of Religion on Q. 12:54-5 -- Sunni and Shi'i Islam -- Sufism -- A female Sufi shaykh: Cemalnur Sargut (b. 1952, Turkey) on Q. 112 -- New Islamic communities -- The Ahmadiyya and the death of Jesus: Disputes over Q. 3:55 -- 7.Clashes And Fault Lines -- Gender, queerness and the Qur'an -- Debates on same-sex marriage: Mun'im Sirry (b. 1973, Indonesia) on the story of Lot -- Causes for conflict -- Doubt versus certainty: Ahmad KhayrTal-'Uman (b. 1970, Iraq) on Q. 21:51-56 and his critics -- Postmodern uncertainties and subjective approaches -- Subjectivity and Qur'anic interpretation in a Muslim intellectual's blog: Hakan Turan (b. 1979, Germany) on Q. 5:51.
- 9781781791431 hardcover
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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