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Title: Some early Islamic sermons
Authors: Marshall, David R.
Keywords: Sermons, Arabic -- History and criticism
Islamic Sermons -- Early works to 1800
Islamic sermons, Arabic
Islamic literature -- History and criticism
Issue Date: 1972
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Arts
Citation: Marshall, D. R. (1972). Some early Islamic sermons. Journal of the Faculty of Arts, 5(2), 91-110.
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to look at some of the early sermons of Islam from the point of view of their ethical and historical content, and the light they throw on the various personalities who delivered them. The sermons are taken from Ibn Qutaiba’s ‘Uytin al-’Akhbar (‘Sources of Information’). Obviously no more than a very small fraction of the sermons delivered is represented in ‘Uyun al-’Akhbar, but the selection given affords an interesting cross-section of the differing forms of content and different historical personalities.
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