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Islam and Religious Pluralism
M. LegenhausenPublished 1999Philosophy
Categories Belief & Creed Comparative Religion Resurrection & Afterlife God & His Attributes Sunni & Shi’a Prophethood & Imamate General Spirituality & Philosophy General Spirituality Philosophy… Expand
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