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    Albany, NY : State Univ. of New York Press
    Format: XI, 323 S. , 24 cm
    ISBN: 0791470334 (hardcover) , 9780791470336 (hardcover)
    Series Statement: SUNY series in Islam
    Content: Introduction -- Pt. I. The principle of walāyah and the origins of the community -- Walāyah in the Islamic tradition -- The Ghadīr Khumm tradition: walāyah and the spiritual distinctions of ʻAlī b. Abī Ṭālib -- Walāyah, authority and religious community in the first civil war -- The Shiʻite community in the aftermath of the first civil war -- Pt. II. Walāyah, faith and the charismatic nature of Shiʻite identity -- Walāyah as the essence of religion: theological developments at the turn of the second Islamic century -- Membership in the Shiʻite community and salvation -- Predestination and the mythological origins of Shiʻite identity -- The charismatic nature and spiritual distinction of the Shiʻites -- Pt. III. Creating a community within a community -- Shiʻites and non-Shiʻites: the distinction between Imān and Islām -- Degrees of faith: establishing a hierarchy within the Shiʻite community -- "Rarer than red sulphur": women's identity in early Shiʻism -- Perforated boundaries: establishing two codes of conduct
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 301-311) and index , Introduction -- Pt. I. The principle of walāyah and the origins of the community -- Walāyah in the Islamic tradition -- The Ghadīr Khumm tradition: walāyah and the spiritual distinctions of ʿAlī b. Abī Ṭālib -- Walāyah, authority and religious community in the first civil war -- The Shiʿite community in the aftermath of the first civil war -- Pt. II. Walāyah, faith and the charismatic nature of Shiʿite identity -- Walāyah as the essence of religion: theological developments at the turn of the second Islamic century -- Membership in the Shiʿite community and salvation -- Predestination and the mythological origins of Shiʿite identity -- The charismatic nature and spiritual distinction of the Shiʿites -- Pt. III. Creating a community within a community -- Shiʿites and non-Shiʿites: the distinction between Imān and Islām -- Degrees of faith: establishing a hierarchy within the Shiʿite community -- "Rarer than red sulphur": women's identity in early Shiʿism -- Perforated boundaries: establishing two codes of conduct
    Language: English
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    Keywords: Schiiten ; Geschichte ; Geschichte
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