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Unformatted text preview: Abrogation One abbrogate or replaces the other the act of abrogating; an official or legal cancellation Ad-Din 'Attar Ahl Al-Kitab the people of the book al-Ghazali al-Hallj Dar al-Ahd Dar al-Harb Dar al-Islam Dar al-Sulh Da'wa the invitation to others to follow the way of Islam Dervishes A sufi practitioner Dhikr The remembbrance of God in the Heart Dimmi the protected people Francis of Assisi Fundamantalist Ibn Rushd Injil the book of Prophet issa Islamist a supporter or advocate of Islamic fundamentalism Jalal al-Din Rumi Jizya a tax paid by Christians and Jews in the Islamic Empire Kalam Allah The eternal transcendent Speech of Good Modernist live comfortable with the west Progressive Second Vatican Council and closed under Pope Paul VI in 1965. Four future pontiffs took part in the council's opening session: Cardinal Giovanni Battista Montini, who on succeeding Pope John XXIII took the name of Paul VI; Bishop Albino Luciani, the future Pope John Paul I; Bishop Karol Wojty a, who became Pope John Paul II; and 35-year-old Father Joseph Ratzinger,...
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- Fall '09