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The origins of Islam have been the subject of increasing controversy in recent years. The traditional view, which presents Islam as a self-consciously distinct religion tied to the life and revelations of the prophet Muhammad in western Arabia, has since the 1970s been challenged by historians engaged in the critical study of the Muslim sources. In Muhammad and the Believers, the eminent historian Fred Donner offers a lucid and original vision of how Islam first evolved.
About the author (2010)
Fred M. Donner is a Professor of Near Eastern History in the Oriental Institute and Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago.
|Title||Muhammad and the Believers: At the Origins of Islam|
|Authors||Fred M. Donner, Professor of Near Eastern History in the Oriental Institute and Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Fred M Donner|
|Publisher||Harvard University Press, 2010|