Islamism and Islam
Despite the intense media focus since 9/11, many Western policymakers have little understanding of the distinction between Islam as a religion and the political movement known as Islamism. Drawing on three decades of research in 20 Muslim countries, this courageous study subjects Islamism's political ideology to trenchant analysis and warns of its dangers, while demonstrating how Islam as a religion and culture is open to tolerance and coexistence with other faiths.
The Correspondence of Henry Edward Manning and William Ewart Gladstone
The Complete Correspondence 1833-1891 (Four volumes)
Between 1833 and 1891, Manning and Gladstone maintained a correspondence, broken significantly only for the decade from 1851 up to 1861 and from 1875 to 1882. Presented here with introductions, notes and index, the letters provide substantial insights into debates on Church-state alignments; entanglements of Anglican Old High Churchmen and Tractarians from the Oxford Movement to 1851; and relationships between Roman Catholics and the British Government over issues including Ireland, Italy and education in the later 19th century.
Britain's Chief Rabbis & the Religious Character of Anglo-Jewry, 1880-1970
Benjamin J Elton presents a radical reinterpretation of Britain's Chief Rabbis from Nathan Adler to Immanuel Jakobovits; and by placing them in their intellectual context, reveals their impact on the religious life of Anglo-Jewry.
The Church of England in Industrialising Society
The Lancashire Parish of Whalley in the Eighteenth Century
Through a close study of the parish of Whalley in Lancashire, Snape examines the fortunes of the Church of England during the 18th century, raising issues such as parochial charities and the Church's relationship with folk religion. No jacket.