Annie Besant 1847-1933Book
Mysticism in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam : searching for oneness / Ori Z. Soltes.
Lanham, Md : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Introduction: what is mysticism? -- The birth and development of the Abrahamic faiths -- The roots of Judaism and Christianity -- The emergence of Jewish mystical thought -- Early Christian mysticism -- A third player on the stage: Muslim mysticism from the Qur'an to Ibn 'Arabi -- Medieval Jewish mysticism form Merkavah to Kabbalah -- Medieval Christian mysticism from Assisi to Avila -- The spread of and variety within Sufism -- Variations within Jewish and Christian mysticism from the Renaissance through emancipation -- Still searching: the persistence of mysticism in the modern era -- Unfinished epilogues.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-326) and index.
xi, 339 pages
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