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Toward a Quranic Understanding of the Divine: Perspectives from three thinkers Paperback – December 12, 2017
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Abdur Rab is a professional economist. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics from Dhaka University and received his doctorate from Harvard. He has served in government and nongovernment organizations in Pakistan and Bangladesh and worked for numerous international organizations.
The author of Rediscovering Genuine Islam: The Case for a Quran-Only Understanding, Rab regularly writes articles on Islamic topics. His work can be read at www.quranonly.com. He lives with his family in Houston, Texas.
Farouk A. Peru was born in Malaysia and is pursuing a doctorate at King’s College, London, with a thesis centered on Islam and postmodernity. His academic interests include the authentic philosophy of the Quran without cultural biases and the study of Islam as a civilization, culture, and identity.
Peru regularly comments on Malaysian politics and writes for the Malaysian Insider, the Malay Mail Online, and Free Malaysia. His thoughts as a Quranic Muslim are available at www.farouk.name.
Siraj Islam is a medical doctor who was born and raised in Bangladesh and now lives in London. In addition to his clinical and research work, he is interested in science, philosophy, sociology, history, literature, and comparative theology.
Islam edited two Bengali social studies journals and has authored several Bengali books. His Quran-centric reformist views are available at www.lampofislam.wordpress.com.
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