Doing Cross-Cultural Da’wah in Southeast Asia

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By: Dr. Imtiyaz Yusuf

SKU: 978-983-065-233-7
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Description

Cross-cultural da’wah is a contemporary approach to da’wah relevant to the age of globalization. The main feature is engagement between societies and cultures. It aims at presenting the message of Islam to humanity in a comprehensive manner not restricted to the politics of religions, cultures and civilizations. The cross-cultural dimension also requires Muslims to expose themselves to learn about other religions and cultures they encounter every day.

Contents

1. Cross-cultural Da’wah: Need, Scope and Method for Trainers and Trainees

2. History of Islamic Da’wah in Southeast Asia: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

3. Religious Environment in Southeast Asia from Historic Times

4. Hindusim

5. Buddhism

6. Confucianism

7. Taoism

8. Christianity

9. Religious and Cultural Aspects of the Thai way of life

10. Religious and Cultural Aspects of the Philippine way of life

11. Religious and Cultural Aspects of the Chinese way of life in Southeast Asia

12. Religious and Cultural Aspects of the Indian way of life in Southeast Asia

13. Conclusion

Additional information

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 12 × 1 × 18 cm

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