RLG100Y1 Lecture #16

RLG100Y1 Lecture #16 - RLG100Y1 Nov 15/10 Islam Most...

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Unformatted text preview: RLG100Y1- Nov 15/10 - Islam - Most popular Islamic countries o Indonesia o Pakistan o India o Bangladesh o Turkey o Iran o Egypt - Islam is an Arabic word to mean surrender/submission with which people connotes the total submission to God - Youngest and final one of Abraham - Understands themselves as descendents of Abraham - Uses same characters but more concentrated on Abraham’s son, Ishmael - Faith in one God is understood to Muslims has the paradigm of the ideal religious person - Abraham’s act of total submission was explimentary; the idea of what should be a human beings relations with God - Strongly connected with the Abrahamic heritage (claims, and assumes this heritage as part of its own self understanding) - 5 prophets of particular importance o Noah o Abraham o Jesus Seen as the messenger of God Qur’an affirms certain Christian ideal; virgin birth, resurrection, but denies that God had a son (seen as a prophet of God) o Moses Occupies more space in the Qur’an than any other prophet (about 200 times) Like Mohamed, grows up in an orphan and his mission begins with solitude with God in the wilderness, recipient of revelation (the Torah) o Muhammad The last of prophets (final one) Seen as a younger figure that is guided, and mentored by Moses...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course RLG 100 taught by Professor Pearly during the Fall '08 term at University of Toronto.

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RLG100Y1 Lecture #16 - RLG100Y1 Nov 15/10 Islam Most...

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