Great World Religions
IslamBook - 2003
Consists of twelve 30-min. lectures that provide an overview of Islam. Discusses Islam's role as both a religion and a way of life, and its deep impact on world affairs both historically and today. Covers topics such as Muhammad, jihad, Sufism, Muslim beliefs about other faiths, the possible future relations between Islam and the West, Islamic civilization's contributions to art, law, and science, whether the Quran condones terrorism and what it says about God, the role of women in Islam, and Islam's compatibility with modernization, capitalism, and democracy.
Publisher: Chantilly, Virginia : Teaching Co., c2003
Branch Call Number: 297 ESP NVD
Characteristics: 73 pages ; 19 cm + 2 videodiscs (360 minutes)
Alternative Title: Islam