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Coming Soon: ‘Religions Policies during the Allied Occupation of Japan, 1945–1952 by Mr. Jolyon Thomas

Coming soon to Religion Compass: ‘Religions Policies during the Allied Occupation of Japan, 1945–1952′ by Mr. Jolyon Thomas – PROVISIONAL ABSTRACT: Religion played a prominent role in the Allied Occupation of Japan (1945–1952) that followed the brutal Pacific War (1941–1945). Officially, the occupiers were to promulgate religious freedom, separate religion from the state, and encourage … Continue reading

Coming Soon: ‘Ibn Taymiyya, Radical Polymath, Part 2: Intellectual Contributions by Dr. Elliott Bazzano

Coming soon to Religion Compass: ‘Ibn Taymiyya, Radical Polymath, Part 2: Intellectual Contributions’ by Dr. Elliott Bazzano – PROVISIONAL ABSTRACT: Part One of this two-part article surveys Ibn Taymiyya’s life with particular attention to biographical perceptions in the premodern as well as modern worlds. The second part hones in on Ibn Taymiyya’s intellectual contributions to … Continue reading

Coming Soon: ‘Ibn Taymiyya, Radical Polymath, Part 1: Scholarly Perceptions by Dr. Elliott Bazzano

Coming soon to Religion Compass: ‘Ibn Taymiyya, Radical Polymath, Part 1: Scholarly Perceptions’ by Dr. Elliott Bazzano – PROVISIONAL ABSTRACT: Ibn Taymiyya has aroused a spectrum of both positive and negative perceptions in the premodern and modern worlds. His heterodox legal, political, and theological views routinely upset religious and state authorities, and throughout his life … Continue reading

Coming Soon: ‘The Guru’s Way: Exploring diversity among British Khalsa Sikhs by Dr. Jasjit Singh

Coming soon to Religion Compass: ‘The Guru’s Way: Exploring diversity among British Khalsa Sikhs’ by Dr. Jasjit Singh – PROVISIONAL ABSTRACT: This article will examine some of the diversity within the Khalsa tradition. Although Sikhs are regularly described as being ‘orthodox’ or ‘non-orthodox’ depending on whether or not they have undergone the amrit initiation ceremony, … Continue reading

Coming Soon: ‘The Impact of Aramaic (especially Syriac) on the Qur’ān by Prof. Emran Elbadawi

Coming soon to Religion Compass: ‘The Impact of Aramaic (especially Syriac) on the Qur’ān’ by Prof. Emran Elbadawi – PROVISIONAL ABSTRACT: Impact of Aramaic (especially Syriac) on the Qur’ān has long been a matter of debate among scholars, especially among those of the western academe but also with circles of traditional Muslim scholarship. Central to … Continue reading

Coming Soon: ‘Anabaptist and Mennonite Identity:

Permeable Boundaries and Expanding Definitions by Prof. Karl Koop Errors-To: onbehalfof+licooper+wiley.com@manuscriptcentral.com MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable S1_REAL_RETURN_ADDRESS: licooper@wiley.com X-Errors-To: onbehalfof+licooper+wiley.com@manuscriptcentral.com Coming soon to Religion Compass: ‘Anabaptist and Mennonite Identity:=20 Permeable Boundaries and Expanding Definitions’ by Prof. Karl Koop =E2=80= =93 PROVISIONAL ABSTRACT: This article provides an overview of Anabaptist and Mennonite historical an= … Continue reading