Prolegomena to a History of Islamicate Manichaeism - John C. Reeves

Prolegomena to a History of Islamicate Manichaeism - John C. Reeves

Testimonia about Manichaean Teachings

Prolegomena to a History of Islamicate Manichaeism - John C. Reeves

John C. Reeves [+-]
University of North Carolina
John C. Reeves, Blumenthal Professor of Judaic Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, specializes in the study of the history of religions of the Near East in late antiquity and the medieval era. He is the author of Jewish Lore in Manichaean Cosmogony (HUC Press, 1992), Heralds of That Good Realm (Brill, 1996), and Trajectories in Near Eastern Apocalyptic (Society of Biblical Literature, 2005); editor of Tracing the Threads (Scholars Press, 1994) and Bible and Qur’ān (Society of Biblical Literature, 2003); and has published numerous articles exploring aspects of the literary and historical relationships among the varieties of indigenous, Jewish, Christian, Zoroastrian, Gnostic and Muslim communities.

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The present chapter subdivides the most important Islamicate testimonia into groupings bearing the religious labels Jewish, Mandaean, Christian, Zoroastrian, and Muslim, wherein the entries under each heading exhibit a roughly chronological arrangement.

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Reeves, John C.. Testimonia about Manichaean Teachings. Prolegomena to a History of Islamicate Manichaeism. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 133 - 224 Nov 2011. ISBN 9781781790380. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=19747. Date accessed: 11 Aug 2020 doi: 10.1558/equinox.19747. Nov 2011

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