scripturalist

scripturalist

(ˈskrɪptʃərəlɪst)
n
a literalist or translator obedient to the Scriptures
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Asad also rejects the dichotomy of folk Islam versus scripturalist Islam, a notion popularized by Ernest Gellner and Clifford Geertz.
11) Salafi reformers, insisting on scripturalist interpretations of Islam that any literate person could discover, generally attacked religious orders as superstitious saint worship because they prescribed intermediaries.
Scripturalist Islam; the history and doctrines of the Akhbari Shi'i School.
However, upon arrival in Canada's multicultural community, they tended to engender more scripturalist interpretations of Islam (Gibbs et al.
Upon the dawn of European-led colonialism on the world, Islamic world's response, the scripturalist movement, (which espoused an ultimate return to the original sources of religion to avoid pitfalls of colonialism) had different echoes in the two countries.
And, regardless of what is said above, it may not be that King believes in the revolutionary capability or evolutionary agency of stories; he may have a much more fundamentalist, scripturalist view.
Hindu militancy is not scripturalist and does not emphasize the goal of liberation as set forth in the Upanisads.
9) In "Discerning God's Voice, God's Hand: Scripturalist Moderation in Donne's Devotions," I take issue with Narveson's term "soliloquy" and also suggest that poetry like Herbert's should be considered along with the genre she identifies.
175); and, in Egypt, the scripturalist and rationalizing reformer Rashid Rida (Jane Dammen McAuliffe, "Chosen of All Women: Mary and Fatima in Qur'anic Exegesis," Islamochristiana, vol.
1090/1697), equally scripturalist in jurisprudence, clearly subscribed to a "philosophical mysticism adopted from his teacher Mulla Sadra" (p.
In many instances reasoning was replaced by scripturalist orientations to Islamic law.
Scripturalist Islam: The History and Doctrines of the Akhbari Shi'i School.