Muslim Devotions

Pages: 344
Subject: Religion: Islam
Imprint: Oneworld Academic
Illustrations: black & white illustrations

Muslim Devotions

A Study of Prayer-Manuals in Common Use

Constance E. Padwick

This is a collection of prayers and devotional writings in contemporary worship in the Muslim world. Drawing on a range of sources representing the spiritual influence, this book traces and analyzes the evolution of Islamic theological thought from the early saints and mystics to the present day.

The Book

Drawing on a wide range of sources, Muslim Devotions traces the stages in the evolution of Islamic theological thought from the first century of Islam to the present day.

Additional Information

Subject Religion: Islam
Pages 344
Imprint Oneworld Academic
Illustrations black & white illustrations


About the Author

Constance E. Padwick studied Arabic and Arab folklore at the University of London. She spent her life working for the Church Missionary Society, principally in Cairo. Her other notable works were her biographies of Henry Martyn and Temple Gairdner.