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Resurgence of Apocalyptic in Modern Islam
Title of item
| Resurgence of Apocalyptic in Modern Islam|
|Parent publication || The Encyclopedia of Apocalypticism, vol. III: Apocalypticism in the Modern Period and the Contemporary Age|
Publisher of this ed.
|New York: Continuum|
|Date of this edition|| 2000|
|Permission|| Fair use (see notes on copyright)|
|Typed|| 2002-08 by Vahid Brown|
|Posted|| 2002-09-01 by Jonah Winters|
|Proofread|| 2002-08 by Vahid Brown|
|Formatted|| 2002-09 by Jonah Winters|
|Classified in|| Book excerpts and Encyclopedia articles|
|Abstract|| Shi'i Mahdism, beliefs on the end of time, and overview of the rise of the Babi Faith.|
|Notes|| Full article comprises pages 230-254; included below are pages 237-246. The first 7 pages are devoted to modern neo-Sufi messianic movements in Africa — Tijaniyya, Sanusiyya, etc. — and the Sudanese Mahdi. The final sections of the article survey the Ahmadis, "Islamic utopianism" in the thought of Iqbal, Abduh and Rida, Hasan al-Banna and Sayyid Qutb, and then the Iranian revolution.|
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|Format quality||high: well formatted|
|2002-09-01. See previous versions [archive.org].|
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