Gabriel's Wing: A Study Into the Religious Ideas of Sir Muhammad Iqbal
Brill Archive, 1963 - 428 pagine
This books presents the views of Muhammad Iqbal in regards to the essentials of Islam. This includes the five Pillars of Earth, and the Creed whish is taught to every Muslim child. The authors aims to presents Iqbal's way of thinking, arguing, suffering, and the finding of mental peace in the security of his religion.
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