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Apocalypse in Islam

Jean-Pierre Filiu

Apocalypse in Islam

by Jean-Pierre Filiu

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islamic eschatology,
  • Political messianism -- Islamic countries,
  • Islamic fundamentalism,
  • Islam and politics,
  • Jihad

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJean-Pierre Filiu ; translated by M.B. DeBevoise.
    ContributionsDeBevoise, M. B.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP166.8 .F4513 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23954526M
    ISBN 109780520264311
    LC Control Number2009049780

    Jean-Pierre Filiu uncovers the role of apocalypse in Islam over the centuries, and highlights its extraordinary resurgence in recent decades. Identifying as a decisive year in the rise of contemporary millenarian speculation, he stresses the ease with which subsequent events in the Middle East have been incorporated into the intellectual 4/5. Apocalypse in Islam, the concern is entirely on texts written by men, which are almost entirely about men. There ar e a few scant references to Fatima, but pri-Author: Ken Derry.

    Apocalypse in Islam is a challenge to all who want to advance a new alliance of civilizations rather than an endless combat of fundamentalisms."--Bruce Lawrence, editor of Messages to the World: The Statements of Osama bin Laden "An absolutely fascinating book by an author whose expertise joins the fields of scholarship, diplomacy and culture/5(5). Apocalypse (religion, spiritualism, and occult) The term "apocalypse" refers to the end of time. One of the biggest differences between the Eastern thought of, for example, Hinduism and Buddhism and the Western thought of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam is the concept of time.

    The Concept of Revelation in Islam. Maulana Abul-Ata Islam abhors the idea that revelation was confined to only a single race or limited to a few people. This is a distinction which was not given to any previous Divine book. In Islam there have been thousands of saints and holy men who enjoyed this great divine favour and distinction.   As a reflection of that, there are more books about the apocalypse and dystopian times than ever. I’ve rounded up 20 of the best post-apocalyptic books of , with a few apocalypse-adjacent books in the mix (meaning dystopias or imminent apocalypse books.) And I’ve also added a few more titles at the end that are still to come this year.


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Jean-Pierre Filiu's book, Apocalypse in Islam (University of California Press, ) makes a crucially important contribution to our understanding of current events - it illuminates not just one but a cluster of closely-related blind-spots in our current thinking, and it does so with scholarship and by: 8.

An enjoyable account of the idea of apocalypse in Islamic discourse, from the Qur'an all the way up until Filiu gathered together a huge melange of written sources on the apocalypse and he presents an overview of how differing conceptions have been cultivated by Sunnis / Shi'is over time/5(6).

While many Biblical commentators remain focused on a Western European Anti-Christ and End Time Apocalyptic Scenario, the real force and evil of the Anti-Christ grows daily without our notice through the power of radical Islamic beliefs which will soon bring about an Islamic Apocalypse.

In Islamic Apocalypse the author examines the most foundational Biblical End Time icons in light of their fulfillment by Radical Islam/5(4).

Apocalypse in Islam is a challenge Apocalypse in Islam book all who want to advance a new alliance of civilizations rather than an endless combat of fundamentalisms."--Bruce Lawrence, editor of Messages to the World: Reviews: 1.

Explores the belief in Muslim countries that the end of the world is at hand, uncovers the role of apocalypse in Islam, and examines the widespread fear of Christian Zionist domination. There are Muslim apocalyptic readings of the book of Daniel, Ezekiel and Revelation.

The only difference is the "good guys" are Muslims, not Christians. Given that Christian Bible prophecy is so focused on establishing Israel, Muslims use that idea and turn it into a negative, to show the impending destruction of Israel. ♥ Book Title: Gnostic Apocalypse and Islam ♣ Name Author: Todd Lawson ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: 5XmpAgAAQBAJ Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Of the several works on the rise and development of the Babi movement, especially those dealing with the life and.

“There are Muslim apocalyptic readings of the book of Daniel, Ezekiel and Revelation,” says Cook. “The only difference is the ‘good guys’ are Muslims, not Christians.” The Muslim Jesus destroys the cross and the swine, symbols of Christian innovations, and converts Christians to Islam.

Table of Contents 1. Archeology of the End of the World. Grand Masters of the Medieval Apocalypse. Avatars of the Mahdi. Dawn of the Fifteenth Century of Islam.

Pioneers of the Contemporary Apocalypse. The Horsemen of Apocalyptic Jihad. "A fascinating book."—Tablet Magazine "Apocalypse in Islam makes a crucially important contribution to our understanding of current events."—Jihadology "Carefully outlines what the apocalyptic literature is saying, and places it in a broad historical and theological :   Updated Muslims believe that God (Allah) has sent guidance through His prophets and messengers.

Among them, several have also brought books of revelation. Muslims, therefore, believe in the Gospel of Jesus, the Psalms of David. They even raided coastal towns and dragged people out of churches and into slavery where they were beaten and abused in order to pressure them to convert to Islam.

This new book presents the history of Islam to show how and why it is the beast of Revelation, and how the beast is even now clawing at the edges of the Abyss, trying to get out. Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The 9/11 terrorist attacks were expected to have a negative impact on the religion of Islam.

However, the exposure actually resulted in an increase in conversions. Some have predicted that all of Europe will be Islamic by Many of the flags of Islamic countries are predominantly green. Apocalypse in Islam (book review, RoMES). The apocalyptic narrative, revived since the s by popular Islamic writers such as the Egyptian Said Ayyub and many of his followers, states that this happened because of the forces of.

The author uncovers the role of apocalypse in Islam over the centuries, and highlights its extraordinary resurgence in recent Identifying as a decisive year in the rise of contemporary millenarian speculation, he stresses the ease with which subsequent events in the Middle East have been incorporated into the intellectual universe of apocalyptic propagandists.

Islam (Muslims) In Bible Prophecy, In the Book of Revelation "In fact, when the classic historicist position is studied, the fulfillment in the case of Islam and Revelation chapter nine is seen to be so striking and well attested that 'even advocates of other approaches who are adamant in their rejection of the historicist system of interpretation have admitted the convincing nature of this.

Apocalypse in Islam is a challenge to all who want to advance a new alliance of civilizations rather than an endless combat of fundamentalisms."and#;Bruce Lawrence, editor of Messages to the World: The Statements of Osama bin Laden "An absolutely fascinating book by an author whose expertise joins the fields of scholarship, diplomacy and culture.

Islam holds that Jesus was given an actual book or dictation from God, and that Christians don't have that book. Here's how the concept of divine revelation in Islam. The final apocalyptic battles will take place north of Israel in the land of Magog (Rev.

) during the reign of the final caliph, the Mahdi (the rough Muslim equivalent of the pope), who will rule over all of Islam. The Mahdi will wear a crown and ride a white horse, matching the description in Revelation.

Muslims believe that Islam is the oldest of the monotheistic religions because it represents both the original and the final revelation of God to Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus, and Muhammad.

[47] [48] Likewise, Muslims believe that every prophet received revelation in their lives, as each prophet was sent by God to guide mankind.The nations of Asia will revolt against him, sending an army of million to overthrow him (RevelationRevelationand Daniel ).

So, in summary, I would contend that Islam will suffer its judgment during the Tribulation when it refuses to accept the Antichrist as the world’s leader.

Revelation to John, also called Book of Revelation or Apocalypse of John, last book of the New is the only book of the New Testament classified as apocalyptic literature rather than didactic or historical, indicating thereby its extensive use of visions, symbols, and allegory, especially in connection with future tion to John appears to be a collection of separate.