Sufism, Pluralism and Democracy - Clinton Bennett

Sufism, Pluralism and Democracy - Clinton Bennett

Sufism, Pluralism and Democracy: Contexts, Comparisons and Critiques

Sufism, Pluralism and Democracy - Clinton Bennett

Clinton Bennett [+-]
State University of New York, New Palz
Clinton Bennett divides his teaching between SUNY New Paltz, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY and Cambridge, UK. He is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society and the Royal Anthropological Institute. A Baptist missionary in Bangladesh 1979-1982, he maintains close personal and professional ties with South Asia. Director of interfaith relations for the British Council of Churches 1986-1992, he has served on not-for-profit management committees, local, national and international ecumenical agencies, chaired a school governing body and represented an NGO at the UN.   He has written ten books, numerous articles, reviews, chapters, editorials, and encyclopedia and dictionary entries. He is editor of the Continuum Studying World Religions series.

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This chapter defines the research, introduces Sufism, makes a note on methodology, and summarizes the salient findings from the chapters.

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Bennett, Clinton. Sufism, Pluralism and Democracy: Contexts, Comparisons and Critiques. Sufism, Pluralism and Democracy. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 1-21 Jul 2017. ISBN 9781781792216. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=27384. Date accessed: 25 Jun 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.27384. Jul 2017

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