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If readers do that, they will have learned more about the Sunni creed than those who have read thirty or forty books on the subject, he claims.

Catechisms and Catechizing in England, c.

In the present times, there is no one left who does not know all this, but in previous times there were many Muslims like this. The fact that they themselves identified their target audience as the already nominally Sunni population would suggest some limitations in this regard.

İman ve İbadetler (İlmihal, #1)

Religion and Power in the Safavid Empire London,58—9. Evidence from the prescriptive literature indicates that these lay, vernacular readers were perceived by the learned elites as both a liability and an opportunity. These three catechism sources are reviewed and the concepts of fiqh and mystisicism are identified. Conversion and Conquest in Ottoman Europe Oxford,6. In Downloaded from http: Even diyqnet most conservative commentators deemed it permissible for women to venture outside their homes to seek religious instruction if they had no means of obtaining it at home.

They were subjected to persecution by the Ottoman authorities first during the reign of Mehmed II —6, — For similar views expressed by other Ottoman writers,esp. Yet [at the present time] non-Muslims see that all these men who appear outwardly as Muslims with white turbans subscribe to a myriad different beliefs, sects and orders, and, because they [mistakenly] think that all these people are Muslim and because they see that the beliefs and acts of these Muslims are at odds with the shariah, they conclude that the religion of these men cannot be true, and they do ilmijali convert to Islam.

Ilmihai, Catholics and Sultans: While these creeds had initially developed in a context of sectarian polemics, over time polemics had given way to doctrinal elucidation as their organizing principle, and by the late medieval period they had also begun to incorporate some discussion of ritual practice.

Hillerbrand and Anthony J. Hence it seems particularly important to address the convergences be- tween Islamic and Christian attempts to educate their laity in the fundamentals of their faith within valf larger frame of shared trajectories. After they died, during the times of their sons and the sons of their sons Islam spread, and there was no one left who did not know what is diyanwt and what is forbidden, [and the rules regarding] ablution and the ritual prayer.


They blamed many of the military and political setbacks of the time on the growing worldliness of Ottoman society, as manifested in the craze for new stimulants such as coffee and tobacco and for new social institutions such as coffee-houses, and they recommended a regime of religious and moral instruc- tion in response.

Unlike the mainstream political advice writers, however, the shariah-minded reformists perceived the late sixteenth and early seventeenth-century crisis as also a moral and spiritual one. In addition to providing basic religious instruction to the people of the neighbourhood, these religious functionaries were also assigned important roles in com- munity surveillance.

On the other hand, it is still important that some of them were already envisioning and calling for more ambitious and state-led efforts to ensure n. Typically, knowledge of these developments was brought by the Sunni scholars of Iran who immigrated to the Ottoman lands. Hess, The Forgotten Frontier: Dursteler, Venetians in Constantinople: Catholic and Protestant proselytizing in the Ottoman lands also prompted Downloaded from http: First, the ulema, even in their highly bureaucratized form under the Ottomans, lacked the institutional formality of a church hierarchy.

Even though the Ottoman writers do not comment on the mass expulsions in Europe, they must have known of at least some of them, since many Jews and Muslims expelled from the Iberian peninsula many of whom had been nominal converts to Catholicism prior to iljihali expulsion had settled in Ottoman cities such as Salonika and Istanbul.

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Throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Catholics were intensely aware of Protestant catechisms, and often wrote theirs in re- sponse, and the same goes for the other side. For instance, they were expected to report on Muslims who habitually failed to perform the canonical prayers and especially the Friday noon prayer at the neighbour- hood mosque, or who upset public morality by their licentious or immoral behaviour.

Help Center Find new research papers in: Even infidels can be presumed knowledgeable, let alone Muslims. Journal of International Social Research.

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Istanbul in the Eighteenth Century Seattle, A well-known instance of this policy was the expro- priation of Jewish and Christian property in intra-mural Istanbul following the Great Fire of and the construction of a new sultanic mosque Yeni Cami in an area heavily populated by Jews.


Remote access to EBSCO’s databases is permitted to patrons of subscribing institutions accessing from remote locations for personal, non-commercial use. Then their numbers were few, but God was their helper. Indoctrination of the Young in the German Reformation Baltimore, Because latter-day Muslims have become ex- cessively this-worldly and even downright impious, because they have no inborn fear of God and consider Paradise and Hell to be fables, one such writer wrote, they can be made to do the right thing only through coercion, whether it be by pious Muslims or by the state authorities.

Ottoman Nomads, Migrants and Refugees Seattle,18—19, 46—8. Some have also begun to explore the parallels and interconnections between the changing understandings and uses of religion in the Ottoman empire and Europe during this period, most recently with re- course to the concept of confessionalization.

Remapping the Empire Cambridge, ; Cornell H. On this translation and the later sequels to it, see Michael A. Finally, we should remember that, as similar as the sensibilities of some pious Muslims and Christians were during the late six- teenth and early seventeenth centuries, they operated under rather different institutional constraints.

Zilfi, The Politics of Piety: This article initiates discussion on this question 5 For an overview of the relevant historiography, see Thomas A. They were also evident in a number of social and cul- tural developments in the Ottoman lands, including the mush- rooming of new social institutions such as coffee-houses, and with them a whole range of pleasurable activities, some new, such as smoking, and some not so new but increasingly popularized, such as shadow theatre, and the diversification of the types of text read and written by Ottoman literati.

However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution. They did not understand the reason for this. It is almost certain that further research in other library catalogues as well as in the actual library collections, many of which are poorly catalogued, would reveal further copies.

The rush to compose catechisms by both Protestants and Catholics constitutes the best-known example of this phe- nomenon. Since it is common to think of secularization as a process that Downloaded from http: