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Imam Ibn Al-Jazari : his contributions to the discipline of the recitation of the Qur'an and impact on later scholars/works.
The importance of the Qur'an can be gauged from the fact that it was the first book which Muslim scholars concerned themselves with and by virtue of the belief of Muslims in general that it is the verbatim Word of Alllih ...
Motivation and strategies for a holistic church intervention in care- giving to AIDS widows in Kisumu, Kenya.
This dissertation brings into perspective the plight of AIDS widows in Kisumu. Often widowhood in general focuses on the older women, while AIDS has created a generation of young widows. A high percentage of these widows ...
The Gospel and African culture : polygamy as a challenge to the Anglican Church of Tanzania-Diocese of Mara.
This study is a reflection on polygamous marriage and its challenge to the Anglican Church of Tanzania- Diocese of Mara (ACT-DM). The study calls for the contextualization of the Gospel of Christ if the church is ...
Sustaining life : a theological vision for the diversification of the copperbelt's economy.
Since independence in 1964, Zambia in general and the Copperbelt Province in particular have largely depended on the mono-economy based on copper mining. Around the 1970s the copper prices started falling causing the mining ...
Life and works of 'Allamah Muhammad Anwar Shah Kashmiri.
'Allamah Anwar Shah Kashmiri (d.1933) was one of the most distinguished Islamic scholars of the Indo-Pak Subcontinent. He was recognised as an authority on 'Ilm al-Hadith (the science of Hadith). His works on Hadith won ...
An inquiry into the unity process amongst baptists in South Africa.
No abstract available.