Formation of Hanbalism: Piety Into Power Nimrod Hurvitz

ISBN: 9781283642989

Published: May 10th 2014


211 pages


Formation of Hanbalism: Piety Into Power  by  Nimrod Hurvitz

Formation of Hanbalism: Piety Into Power by Nimrod Hurvitz
May 10th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 211 pages | ISBN: 9781283642989 | 3.30 Mb

Ahmad Ibn Hanbal (d. 855) was the eponymous founder of a school of law, and an influential intellectual who led the Baghdadi masses during the Inquisition. Owing to his status as a jurist, to the religious ideas he propounded and to his model way of life, he is perceived as one of the pivotal figures in the history of Islam and a revered hero to this day.

The ninth-century juror Ahmad Ibn Hanbal was a central figure in early Islam whose influence on succeeding generations is widely recognized. Drawing on historical anthropology and micro-history, this study moves beyond conventional biography to integrate the story of Ibn Hanbals life with the main events during a crucial formative period in Islamic history. The main theme of this study is Ibn Hanbals prestige, the disciples he drew to his study circle and the political power that evolved from it. It proposes new approaches and novel interpretations that call into question prevalent views about moral outlook, school formation and the dynamics of the Inquisition.

In the inquiry into the formation of the Hanbali school of law, it takes into consideration a wide variety of issues such as jurisprudence, theology and social networks.

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