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by David E. Maranz

Author: David E. Maranz
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: SIL International (June 1, 1993)
Pages: 289 pages
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Maranz, David E. Islam, Islam, Muslims. Dallas, TX : Summer Institute of Linguistics. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. This book sets its readers to gain an understanding of muslim society and belief as a system attempting to identify the strands of its composition and how these strands are integrated into one whole. Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-283) and index.

Results from Google Books. Examines the culture of the Senegambia subregion in West Africa. Work-to-work relationships. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page.

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His earlier book, Peace is everything, examines the worldview and religious context of the people in the Senegambia region of West Africa. Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). See Author Pages Frequently Asked Questions.

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Metatheme 1: Personal, Transcendent Peace. Theme 1: Alliances Needed . Theme 2: Peace is a Consequence of Harmony . Theme 3: Harmony with Established Laws . Theme 4: Spiritual and Material Blessing . Theme 5: Laws of Cosmic Balance. Metatheme 2: Peace Achieved by Means of Power.

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The World View of Muslim and Traditionalist in the Senegambia .

Examines the culture of the Senegambia subregion in West Africa. ISBN13:9780883128169. Release Date:June 1993.

world view of Muslims in the Senegambia. Published 1993 by Summer Institute of Linguistics in Dallas, TX. Written in English. Islam, Muslims, Social life and customs, Protected DAISY, In library. Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Senegal

world view of Muslims in the Senegambia. Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Senegal.

The World View of Muslim and Traditionalist in the Senegambia subregion are studied. A world-view approach is followed, based on an eight-level model that is developed in the book. The result is a comprehensive view of the religious practices being followed and a broad understanding of the integrated conceptual system on which they are based. The belief systems of most Muslim societies are expressed through a complex mixture of orthodox and nonorthodox practices. Studies of these systems have usually focused on either orthodox or mystical Islam or on folk beliefs and practices and have not attempted to look at the complete range of beliefs and practices present in one society, as does this volume.

Senegambia world view focuses on transcendent peace which is seen to be the pervasive, dominant theme of the culture. It is experienced by individuals when they and society are in balance with cosmic beings and forces, with social units, and with nature.

The author, David E. Maranz, received his Ph.D. in Islamic studies in 1991 and has concentrated on the study of Muslim cultures of sub-Saharan Africa since 1975.